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The 10 key steps to keep your imports up to speed when the UK leaves the EU

The UK is leaving the EU, so the way the UK imports goods is changing. This video talks about the 10 key steps you’ll need to take to keep your imports up to speed. From where you can get expert advice and an EORI number, to classifying commodities with the right commodity code, to checking the value of the goods and if they are allowed in the country, to how to declare goods and paying the right duty and VAT. You can find further details on each of these steps and how you might be affected in the Step-by-step guide to importing. Search for ‘EU Exit partnership pack’ on GOV.UK today. Start preparing your business now.

Leaving the EU with a deal remains the UK’s top priority. This has not changed. The UK Government has accelerated no deal preparations to ensure the country is prepared for every eventuality. Businesses and citizens should ensure they are similarly prepared for EU Exit and visit https://www.gov.uk/euexit for guidance.

Exporting goods from the UK to the EU in a no deal EU Exit in 10 steps

Prepare for EU Exit – Exporting goods across the UK-EU border changes on 29 March, when the UK leaves the EU. Here are the 10 key steps you’ll need to take to keep your exports up to speed.

The UK is leaving the EU, so the way we export goods is changing. In this video HM Government talks about the 10 key steps you’ll need to take to keep your exports up to speed. From where you can get expert advice and an EORI number, to classifying commodities with the right commodity code, to accessing the National Export System and presenting goods to customs. You can find further details on each of these steps and how you might be affected in the Step-by-step guide to exporting. Search for ‘EU Exit partnership pack’ on GOV.UK today. Start preparing your business now.

Leaving the EU with a deal remains the UK’s top priority. This has not changed. The UK Government has accelerated no deal preparations to ensure the country is prepared for every eventuality. Businesses and citizens should ensure they are similarly prepared for EU Exit and visit https://www.gov.uk/euexit for guidance.

Brexit partnership pack: preparing for changes at the UK border after a no deal EU Exit

March 29th 2019 UK leaves the EU. To make the transistion easier HM Government has devised a Brexit partnership pack.

This pack provides a high-level guide to processes and procedures that are likely to apply to cross-border activity between the UK and the EU in a no deal scenario. Leaving the EU with a deal remains the government’s top priority. This has not changed. However, a responsible government must plan for every eventuality, including a no deal scenario.

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