DGFT issues procedure for refund of application fees deposited for Restricted Import Authorisation of Pulses for FY 2021-22

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Procedure for refund of application fees

Trade Notice 17/2021-22 Dated September 14th, 2021

The Government has issued notification to revise the Import policy for Tur /Pigeon Peas, Moong and Urad from “Restricted” to “Free” with immediate effect for the period up to 31st October 2021 vide Notification S.O. 1858(E) Dated May 15th, 2021.

The applicants who have already applied for the restricted import authorisation for Moong, Tur and Urad for period 2021-22 have paid the application fees. Now, such persons may apply for refund of application fees as DGFT has revised Import policy from “Restricted” to “Free”. In this regard, trade notice has been issued for prescribing procedure for refund of application fees deposited and applicants are requested to withdraw their restricted import authorisation application after logging onto the DGFT Website.

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