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Customs procedures – inward processing
The selected organisation: VALSTS IEŅĒMUMU DIENESTS
Short description:
Customs procedure - inward processing - allows you to non-Union goods the customs territory of the Union to use one or more processing operations without such goods import duties, charges under other relevant provisions in force, trade policy measures, insofar as they do not prohibit the importation of goods into the customs territory of the Union or exportation from it, as well as goods intended to undergo operations to ensure their compliance with technical requirements for their release for free circulation of goods which have to undergo usual forms of handling (Commission 2015 of 28 July Delegated Regulation (EU) No 2015 / 2446, supplementing the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 952 / 2013 concerning detailed rules relating to some of the Union Customs Code provisions laid down in Annex 71-03), the preservation of the goods, improve their appearance or marketable quality or prepare them for distribution or resale.
The inward processing procedure may be used in cases other than repair or destruction, without prejudice to the use of production accessories, only if the goods placed under the procedure, the processed products.
Beneficiaries:
Individual, Private law legal persons
The person established within the Community, which can guarantee the proper conduct of operations.
Maximum duration (days):
30
Process description
Other information
1. solis / Service requests
To place goods under customs procedure - inward processing:
1. The import of goods – placing the goods in one of the processing operations:
(a) the working of goods, including erecting or other goods;
(b) the processing of goods;
(C) the destruction of goods;
(d) the repair of goods, including restoring them and arranging;
(e) the use of goods which are not processed products, but which allow or facilitate the production of such products, even if this process is wholly or partly used (production accessories) (European Parliament and of the Council of 2013 in October 9 of Regulation (EU) No 952 / 2013 establishing the Union Customs Code, Section 5).
2. The transfer of goods for processing shall be subject to authorization (European Parliament and of the Council of 2013 in October 9 Regulation (EU) No 952 / 2013 establishing the Union Customs Code, Section 211) of the customs authorities:
• Simplified procedure - customs declarations to customs control point (this procedure shall apply in cases where goods are imported with a view update (repair), restore, organize, destroy).
Applying the inward processing customs declarations in accordance with simplified procedures, in addition to those obliged to submit the following information (Commission 2015 of 28 July Delegated Regulation (EU) No 2015 / 2446, supplementing the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 952 / 2013 concerning detailed rules relating to certain provisions of the Union Customs Code, Section 2 Paragraph 8):
- the type of use of goods;
- the technical descriptions and their means of identification;
- the expected settlement period;
- the proposed closure of the customs authority;
- place of processing (in the case of destruction State Environmental Service in the opinion of the destruction of goods);
- KODU economic conditions in the Commission on 2015 July 28 of Delegated Regulation (EU) No 2015 / 2446, supplementing the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 952 / 2013 concerning detailed rules relating to some of the Union Customs Code provisions in Annex 12 (in the case of repair, - 30.4, in the case of destruction - 47); - estimated rate of yield or method, as defined by – indicate in the case of destruction incurred residues.
• general procedures - the authorisation shall be granted to the SRS customs board on the basis of an application (the Commission's 2015 first quarter of 28 July Delegated Regulation (EU) No 2015 / 2446, supplementing the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 952 / 2013 concerning detailed rules relating to certain provisions of the Union Customs Code, Section 2 Paragraph 7) a licence (shall apply in all cases where an authorisation shall not receive the simplified procedure).
3. Submission of a guarantee for covering the potential customs debt (European Parliament and of the Council of 2013 in October 9 of Regulation (EU) No 952 / 2013 establishing the Union Customs Code, Section 211).
The customs authorities shall determine the period within which the inward processing procedure should be completed, taking into account the time required to carry out the processing operations and to discharge the procedure (European Parliament and of the Council of 2013 in October 9 of Regulation (EU) No 952 / 2013 establishing the Union Customs Code, Section 257).
The inward processing procedure is completed when the goods placed under the procedure, or the processed products are placed under a subsequent customs procedure, they have left the customs territory of the Union or destroyed, leaving leftovers, or are abandoned to the country (European Parliament and of the Council of 2013 in October 9 of Regulation (EU) No 952 / 2013 establishing the Union Customs Code, Section 215).
Merchants in the customs procedure - inward processing - presentation of the merchant uses EMDAS module.
Payments: View payments
An e-service in authorities home page The SRS electronic declaration system
On the spot
SRS customs board Airport MAB
SRS customs board Daugavpils MAB
SRS customs board Grebņeva MAB
SRS customs board Indra MAB
SRS customs board Jelgava MAB
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2. solis / Receipt of services
The service is received in accordance with the application of choice.
Payments: View payments
An e-service in authorities home page The SRS electronic declaration system
On the spot
SRS customs board Airport MAB
SRS customs board Daugavpils MAB
SRS customs board Grebņeva MAB
SRS customs board Indra MAB
SRS customs board Jelgava MAB
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