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Value limits for declarations of origin

As a general rule an exporter in Norway or one of our free trade partner countries can issue a declaration of origin as long as the value of the originating goods does not exceed EUR 6,000 or the equivalent. If the originating products exceed the value limit, the exporter must either be an approved exporter or have a movement certificate in order to obtain preferential custom treatment.

The value limits at current exchange rates can be found below. The limit applies for the currency in which the invoice is issued and must not be recalculated.

CountryCurrencyInvoice declaration (6000 Euro) 
Albania Lek 739 300
Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible mark 12 000
Botswana Botswana pula 82 000
Bulgaria  Lev  11 700
Croatia Croatian kuna 45 000
Czech Republic Koruna 159 000
Denmark/Faroe Islands Danish krone  45 600 
Egypt Egyptian pound 108 768
Eswatini Swazi lilangeni 115 887
Georgia Georgian lari 22 000
Hungary Forint 2 200 000
Iceland Icelandic  krona 1 110 000 
Israel Israeli Shekel 30 000
Jordan  Jordanian dinar 4 974
Lebanon   Lebanese pound 10 668 000
Lesotho Lesotho loti 117 434
Liechtenstein   Swiss franc 10 300
Morocco  Morocco dirham 70 100 
Namibia Namibian dollar 115 054
North-Macedonia Denar 370 125
Norway  Norwegian krone  65 000 
Palestine Shekel  22 393
Poland  Zloty  28 000 
Romania  New Leu  31 170
Serbia Serbian dinar 705 470
South Africa South African rand 118 885
United Kingdom* Pund sterling 5 700 
Switzerland  Swiss franc 10 300
Sweden  Swedish krona  64 000 
Tunisia Tunisian dinar 17 000
Tyrkey New Turkish lira 61 200
Ukraine Hryvnia 184 939

* As of 1 December 2021, there is no value limit for origin declarations in the trade with the UK due to the entry into force of the new Free Trade Agreement with the UK.