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UK EORI and EU EORI

22/03/2019 18:19:41
We already have a UK EORI for import goods from the rest of the world

Do we need a EU EORI No. to export from UK to Europe or is the UK EORI OK?
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Re:UK EORI and EU EORI

22/05/2019 11:42:26
Hi,

Thanks for your question.

In the event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal an EORI number is required for traders who wish to continue to import or export goods to the EU after the UK leaves.

If you already hold a UK EORI number then you do not need to take any action. However, if you only import goods from Ireland to NI, or export goods from NI to Ireland, across the land border between NI and Ireland an EORI number is not required.
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UK EORI and EU EORI

29/07/2019 17:03:44
Hi Thanks for your response to the EORI question...
I understand that as a UK company I would use a GB EORI to export to EU27 [post Brexit) but if there is a corresponding import declaration in any one of the EU27, would we also require an EU EORI number registered in the country in which the import declaration os made?
If so...can this EU EORI , say for instance registered with French customs, be used for subsequent imports of our material into the EU?
many thanks
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Re:UK EORI and EU EORI

01/08/2019 17:37:09
Hi,

Yes, you will need an EU EORI number to make import (and export) declarations to EU27 countries where you are importing into an EU member state and making the customs declaration to that member state.

We understand that once obtained, your EU EORI can be used to make import/export declarations to any member states customs authorities.

For more information and to obtain an EU EORI please contact the relevant member state authorities.

For example the link below is to the French government website which contains information for UK businesses on applying for an EU EORI now:

Businesses, check your EORI number

Please note this information is correct at the time of writing, however the position may change before the UK leaves the EU.

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