Customs one-stop shop (COSS)
Learn about the advantages of the VUA and how it works
Find out what the Customs one-stop shop is for and why it is being introduced.
Main benefits of using the COSS
Here's why it makes sense to use the Customs one-stop shop
COSS operating scheme
Here are some brief details on the steps to follow
Single Point of Entry (SOP) ROHS/RAEE and forms
If you want to import electrical and electronic equipment, batteries and accumulators from third countries, find out about the new control here.
- Technical project description(2930 KB - pdf)
- AEAT SOIVRE Developer's Guide(2937 KB - pdf)
- Application development guide for direct debits Z(1170 KB - pdf)
- ANIMAL HEALTH
- FOREIGN HEALTH:Inspection request (Notification or pre-notification of items)
- FOREIGN HEALTH:List of products subject to health or veterinary checks at the border
- EXTERNAL HEALTH Border facilities for the sanitary control of goods for human use and consumption from third countries
- EXTERNAL HEALTH Requirements for the introduction and importation of the different products
- FOREIGN HEALTH Fee for official controls on imports of certain foods of non-animal origin (Fee 071)
- FOREIGN HEALTH:Payment of fee 060- Animal products for human consumption (Managed by the State Secretariat for Public Administrations).
- PLANT HEALTH
- SOIVRE - CITES
- SOIVRE - Safety and Quality
- SOIVRE - SAFETY AND QUALITY (with digital certificate)