Declaration in Customs
To declare your merchandise, check here how you should do it, the news and regulations
Any merchandise that is to be included in a customs procedure will be the subject of a customs declaration appropriate for the specific procedure. Consequently, a customs declaration will be submitted to link goods to any of the following regimes:
- Release for free circulation. Confers the customs status of Union merchandise to third-country merchandise, following the collection of import duties and other charges and the application of commercial policy measures. The dispatch will be for consumption when indirect taxes are also settled ( VAT , II. EE. , etc.)
- Export. Union goods that are going to go to third territory must be the subject of an export declaration.
Depending on the characteristics and destination of the goods, you may be interested in other special customs regimes such as: Temporary import, Final destination, Active or passive processing, transit or customs warehouse.
All customs declarations can be submitted in person or through a representative, and it is necessary to have the necessary means for their submission by appropriate electronic means.
The goods subject to a customs declaration will be subject to one of the following controls:
- Green circuit. You can dispose of the merchandise without any further procedures than the payment of the debt owed or its guarantee.
- Orange circuit. You must present the relevant documents and certificates to the customs office of clearance for control.
- Red circuit. In addition to presenting the relevant documents and certificates to the customs office of clearance, a physical examination of the merchandise will be carried out.