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EU Customs Reform: What will change in the import process?
02-05-2024

This article continues the overview of certain aspects of the EU Customs Reform. In a previous article, the author described why and how the Commission intends to impose the obligations for importing goods on a single person, the importer in three variants: the regular importer, the deemed importer (for e-commerce) and the indirect customs representative representing both types of importers. In this article, the author focuses on the proposed import procedure, which consists of several consecutive steps.

Michael Lux

customs clearance
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EU Customs Reform: What will change in the import process?
02-05-2024

This article continues the overview of certain aspects of the EU Customs Reform. In a previous article, the author described why and how the Commission intends to impose the obligations for importing goods on a single person, the importer in three variants: the regular importer, the deemed importer (for e-commerce) and the indirect customs representative representing both types of importers. In this article, the author focuses on the proposed import procedure, which consists of several consecutive steps.

Michael Lux

customs clearance
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Can a direct customs representative amend what he has declared, if he erroneously indicated the wrong person instead of the actual importer who empowered him?
21-04-2024

Human beings are prone to making mistakes. Mistakes in customs declarations are no exception. Customs law allows them to be corrected. But it is not that simple. Does it apply to all mistakes and to all people who make them? Read the details in the article below.

Michael Lux

customs clearance
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Can a direct customs representative amend what he has declared, if he erroneously indicated the wrong person instead of the actual importer who empowered him?
21-04-2024

Human beings are prone to making mistakes. Mistakes in customs declarations are no exception. Customs law allows them to be corrected. But it is not that simple. Does it apply to all mistakes and to all people who make them? Read the details in the article below.

Michael Lux

customs clearance
Filling out the customs declaration
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Customs data requirements in the EU – latest changes
24-03-2024

The Union Customs Code and related regulations set out, among other things, the requirements for the data to be submitted to customs. Normally, these regulations are not often amended. However, this has not been the case recently, see ‘EU law news February 2024’. In this article, we provide an overview of some of the latest changes to the data elements and invite readers who are new to the subject to familiarise themselves with the data tables and the new definitions such as sub-elements, sub-classes and attributes.

Jurgita Stanienė

customs clearance
Filling out the customs declaration
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Customs data requirements in the EU – latest changes
24-03-2024

The Union Customs Code and related regulations set out, among other things, the requirements for the data to be submitted to customs. Normally, these regulations are not often amended. However, this has not been the case recently, see ‘EU law news February 2024’. In this article, we provide an overview of some of the latest changes to the data elements and invite readers who are new to the subject to familiarise themselves with the data tables and the new definitions such as sub-elements, sub-classes and attributes.

Jurgita Stanienė

customs clearance
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Saudi Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) introduces Clearance Within Two Hours Initiative
23-02-2024

Five years ago, clearing shipments imported through Saudi ports of entry was a lengthy process that could take importers up to 12 days, and 8 days on average. To facilitate reporting and the exchange of data between all parties involved in the clearance of goods, whether private or governmental, 2017 saw the introduction of a national electronic system for the management of cross-border trade operations, called FASAH.

Saudi Zakat Tax and Customs Authority

customs clearance
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Saudi Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) introduces Clearance Within Two Hours Initiative
23-02-2024

Five years ago, clearing shipments imported through Saudi ports of entry was a lengthy process that could take importers up to 12 days, and 8 days on average. To facilitate reporting and the exchange of data between all parties involved in the clearance of goods, whether private or governmental, 2017 saw the introduction of a national electronic system for the management of cross-border trade operations, called FASAH.

Saudi Zakat Tax and Customs Authority

customs clearance
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Videos

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What happens if you make a mistake in a customs declaration?
01h 00min
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Jeffrey L. Snyder

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What happens if you make a mistake in a customs declaration?
01h 00min
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Jeffrey L. Snyder

customs clearance
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Customs clearance in the EU: basics for the container shipping and logistics industry
46min
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Customs Knowledge Institute

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Customs clearance in the EU: basics for the container shipping and logistics industry
46min
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Customs Knowledge Institute

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Customs registrations and authorisations
01h 07min
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Anthony Buckley

customs clearance
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Customs registrations and authorisations
01h 07min
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Anthony Buckley

customs clearance
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What documents are required for customs clearance?
08min
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Muita UAB

customs clearance
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What documents are required for customs clearance?
08min
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Muita UAB

customs clearance
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Courses

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Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU course
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Customs Knowledge Institute (CKI)

€2,400.00
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Customs clearance and trade compliance in the EU course
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Customs Knowledge Institute (CKI)

€2,400.00
customs clearance
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Customs authorisations - EU AEO status in focus
01h 23min
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Anthony Buckley

€245.00
customs clearance, trusted trader, AEO
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Customs authorisations - EU AEO status in focus
01h 23min
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Anthony Buckley

€245.00
customs clearance, trusted trader, AEO
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Customs IT systems in a company
02h 42min
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Michael Tomuscheit

€377.00
IT systems, databases, customs clearance, export control, sanctions
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Customs IT systems in a company
02h 42min
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Michael Tomuscheit

€377.00
IT systems, databases, customs clearance, export control, sanctions
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Customs declaration in the EU
01h 57min
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Enrika Naujokė

€295.00
customs clearance
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Customs declaration in the EU
01h 57min
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Enrika Naujokė

€295.00
customs clearance
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Glossary

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EORI number in EU
09-06-2024

An EORI number means an identification number, unique in the customs territory of the European Union, assigned by a customs authority to an economic operator or to another person in order to register that person for customs purposes.

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EORI number in EU
09-06-2024

An EORI number means an identification number, unique in the customs territory of the European Union, assigned by a customs authority to an economic operator or to another person in order to register that person for customs purposes.

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Customs status of goods in EU
11-01-2022

Customs status means the status of goods as Union or non-Union goods. Union goods can be moved within the EU without any customs formalities, which is not the case for non-Union goods.

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Customs status of goods in EU
11-01-2022

Customs status means the status of goods as Union or non-Union goods. Union goods can be moved within the EU without any customs formalities, which is not the case for non-Union goods.

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EORI number in UK: GB and XI
10-01-2022

Economic Operators Registration and Identification (EORI) number is a unique identification number assigned by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to an economic operator or to another person in order to track and register customs information in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK).

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EORI number in UK: GB and XI
10-01-2022

Economic Operators Registration and Identification (EORI) number is a unique identification number assigned by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to an economic operator or to another person in order to track and register customs information in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK).

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Union goods
31-01-2020

All goods in the customs territory of the Union shall be presumed to have the customs status of Union goods, unless it is established that they are not Union goods. Union goods are not subject to customs supervision.

CustomsClear ㅤ

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Union goods
31-01-2020

All goods in the customs territory of the Union shall be presumed to have the customs status of Union goods, unless it is established that they are not Union goods. Union goods are not subject to customs supervision.

CustomsClear ㅤ

customs clearance
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