In keeping with a statement, appearing in social media spaces recently, pertaining to the importation of contaminated rice in Jamaica, the Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) is advising the public that the Agency has no proof that the rice referred to in the statement, has come through Jamaica’s controlled ports/borders (Customs).
The JCA wishes to advise that our ePayment Services will be taken offline for urgent maintenance. Until the service has been fully restored, we request that you make use of alternative means of payment for the further processing of your declarations by the Agency.
Please note payments can be tendered at the nearest Customs Cashier using the Point of Sale terminals in this regard.
The option of RTGS allowing direct funds transfer may also be used with the completion and submission of the attached form. The instructions for use are as follows:
The Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) recognises the contribution and crucial role charitable organisations play in the development of Jamaica, and the ease at which they do business with the entity, is in keeping with the Agency’s mandate to facilitate trade through the implementation of efficient and effective processes.