Tobacco Enforcement Unit - Forms


Forms:

The Forms below should be filled out and submitted by Participating Manufacturers, Nonparticipating Manufacturers, Importers, or anyone shipping, transferring, shipping or delivering product into the State of Nevada.

    In order to sell cigarettes and/or roll-your-own tobacco in Nevada, the manufacturer of the tobacco product must submit an initial Certificate of Tobacco Product Manufacturer to the Office of the Attorney General. If the certificate is approved, the tobacco product manufacturer and its certified brands will be placed on the Nevada Tobacco Directory.”

      Annual Letters

        Certificates of Compliance

        Participating Manufacturers:

        On or before April 30th of each year, PMs that sold cigarettes and/or roll-your-own product in the preceding year, or that are currently selling cigarettes and/or roll-your-own product in Nevada, are required to submit an Annual Certificate of Compliance. This form should also be used when filing an initial or supplemental certification.

        Non-Participating Manufacturers:

        On or before April 30th of each year, NPMs that sold cigarettes and/or roll-your-own product in the preceding year, or that are currently selling cigarettes and/or roll-your-own product in Nevada, are required to submit an Annual Certificate of Compliance. This form should also be used when filing an initial or supplemental certification.
        The law requires that all NPMs make the escrow payment required by NRS Chapter 370A on a quarterly basis.  The NPM Quarterly Certificate of Compliance is to be used by NPMs when filing their quarterly escrow payment certification.
        This form should be used by the NPM if changes are needed from the original Quarterly Certificate of Compliance.  This form must be submitted if any escrow deposit is made after that which is reported on the Quarterly Certificate of Compliance.
        NRS 370.682 requires all NPMs to post a bond approved by the Office of the Attorney General, at least 10 days before the beginning of each calendar quarter.
        NPMs located outside of the United States must provide a declaration from each of its importers to the United States that such importer accepts joint and several liability with the NPM.

          PACT Act and State Reporting

          Submission of the monthly report form below is required under the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking Act (PACT) of 2009, for any entity shipping, transferring, or delivering cigarettes, RYO tobacco or smokeless tobacco products, such as chew, snuff, or snus, into the State of Nevada through interstate commerce.

          This completed form should be submitted via email by the 10th of the month following interstate commerce activity to both the Nevada Attorney General’s Office and the Nevada Department of Taxation. The email addresses for both Offices are found in the two documents hyperlinked above. A hard copy of the emailed report submission is not required.