Issuing a transit permit for protected plants and plant remnants

  1. An ID card or passport (1 original copy)
  2. Certificate of incorporation (in case of legal entities)
  3. Import/Export Application Form (Form Por Por 13) with a list of protected plants or plant remnants
  4. CITES Import Permit for protected plants and plant remnants
  5. A letter of authorization (in case authorization is granted to another individual)
    • Stamp duty of 10 Baht in case of authorization for a single action
    • Stamp duty of 30 Baht in case of authorization for more than one action

     Criteria, method, and conditions for issuing a transit permit for protected plants and plant remnants:

  1. The protected plants to be transited must come from a protected plant nursery registered with the Department of Agriculture or have import evidence or evidence showing the origin of the protected plants.
  2. The entire process, as per the manual, takes no more than one hour, starting from the submission of complete and correct documents to the signing of the transit permit for protected plants and plant remnants. 
  3. One hour timeframe is for up to 10 types of protected plants.
  4. If officials have any doubts about the submitted evidence, they can request additional explanations from the applicant.
  5. In case the application or supporting documents for consideration are incomplete or incorrect and cannot be amended immediately, both the receiver of the application and the applicant must sign a record of deficiencies and a list of supporting documents, with a deadline set for the applicant to make additional corrections. If the applicant fails to make the corrections within the specified period, the receiver of the application will cancel the application.

     Procedures for issuing permit for transferring protected plants and plant remnants:

  1. Submit the application form for the Import, Export, or Transit Permit for Protected Plants or Plant Remnants (Application Form Por Por 13) along with supporting documents
  2. Officials will verify the documents for correctness and accept the application.
  3. Officials will inspect and ensure the protected plants align with the permit details and consider issuing the permit.
  4. The authorized person will sign the permit.
  5. Officials will inform the applicant about the payment of the fee.
  6. Receive the permit.

     Fee:
     The fee for one permit is 100 Baht.

Data updated on May 17, 2023.
Source: The Digital Government Development Agency
Tel. +66 2612 6060 


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