(IND) Extend the authorization period for a DFIA license [AX 2012]

Updated: July 16, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

Use this procedure to extend the authorization period for a Duty Free Import Authorization (DFIA) license.

  1. Click General ledger > Common > EXIM Authorization schemes. Select the authorization to extend, and then, on the Action Pane, in the Maintain group, click Edit.

  2. In the EXIM Authorization schemes form, in the Authorization type field, select DFIA.

  3. On the Overview FastTab, select the authorization to extend, and then, on the Lines FastTab, click Extension.

  4. In the Create extension form, click the Authorization extension FastTab. Then, in the Identification field group, in the Extension letter number field, enter the number that appears in the extension letter that the customs authority issued to grant the extension.

  5. In the Issue date field, select the date on which the extension letter was issued.

  6. In the Import field group, in the Import assessable value field, enter the extended cost, insurance, and freight (CIF) value for the authorization.

  7. In the Extension and Value fields, define the extension period. For example, to extend the authorization by 18 months, select Months in the Extension field, and then enter 18 in the Value field.

  8. On the Tax information FastTab, in the Tax ledger posting group field, select the ledger posting group for the saved tax amount.

  9. In the IEC number field, select the Importer-Exporter Code number for the company.

  10. In the Transaction date field, select the posting date.

  11. On the Tax tab, press CTRL+N, and then, in the Tax component field, select the tax component that applies to the incentive scheme.


    A receivable account for the incentive scheme must be defined for the tax component in the Tax ledger posting groups form. The receivable account appears in the Ledger account field.

  12. In the Amount field, enter the amount that is exempt from customs duty.

  13. By default, the Offset account field displays the ledger account that is associated with the incentive scheme in the Benefit account field in the Incentive scheme parameters form. To override the default, select a different account.

  14. In the Tax code field, select the tax code that is updated by the amount that is exempt from customs duty.

  15. Click OK. When a message prompts you to confirm that you want to approve the authorization, click Yes.

The validity period for the authorization is extended, and in the EXIM Authorization schemes form, on the Lines FastTab, the License status field displays Extended.

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