CBIC issued an Advisory for AEM for delayed Bill of Entry under Faceless Assessment

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The CBIC has issued an Advisory dated August 02, 2022 for Anonymised Escalation Mechanism (“AEM”) for delayed Bill of Entry under Faceless Assessment.

The CBIC has endeavored to provide an Anonymized Escalation Mechanism for ICEGATE registered users where they submit their grievance for delay in Bill of Entry clearance under faceless assessment. The delay in clearance would subsequently be escalated to the concerned Faceless Assessment Officers.

The Anonymised Escalation facility also enables users to track the status of grievances submitted by them till the eventual resolution.

Please note that grievance can be logged for delay in Bill of Entry clearance if the below criterias are met:

a. There should be a minimum 24 hours gap after filing of BE for the registration of grievance request

b. Grievance can be logged for Bill of Entries in which IGM number and date has been mentioned.

The following step wise guide is to be followed for logging a grievance and tracking a previously logged grievance through Anonymised Escalation Mechanism available post login on ICEGATE.

The Complete Advisory can be accessed at: https://www.a2ztaxcorp.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/5_6294303670691432291-1.pdf

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