WHAT IS AN EUR1 MOVEMENT CERTIFICATE AND WHY DO I NEED ONE?
An EUR1 Movement Certificate is used to support claims for preferential (usually zero) rates of duty in the country of importation. To qualify the goods must 'originate' in the UK or EU and be supported by a correctly completed and endorsed EUR1. The preference system only applies to countries where certain trade agreements exist with the EU. These countries are listed below:
|Ceuta and Melilla (828)
||Faroe Islands (828)
||South Africa (828)
||West Bank/Gaza Strip (828)|
|CARIFORUM COUNTRIES (828) - Antigua&Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Christopher&Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent&the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad&Tobago, Haiti. GSP beneficiary countries.|
Notice numbers shown for each country above are only applicable if the goods were manufactured by the exporter (exporters who have bought in goods for export in the same state should make reference to the Notice 827 in their Declaration). When completing an EUR1 form it is advisable, the exporter or authorised agent consults HM Revenue and Customs Notices 827, 828, 832 to ensure that the goods 'originate' in accordance with origin rules.
HOW LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CAN HELP?
We are able to certify EUR1 Movement Certificates:
- Over the counter from our Queen Street, London, EC4R 1AP office or at one of our export document branch offices
- By post
HOW DO I APPLY FOR AN EUR1 MOVEMENT CERTIFICATE
- Obtain a Blank Original EUR1 Form from the London Chamber of Commerce
- Read Completion Instructions (below)
- Apply over the counter, by post, or electronically
Please refer to the links below for further information.
Members receive up to 50% discount on most export documents. For more information on Certificates of Origin, EUR1 and ATR Movement Certificates or any other export documents give us a call on T: +44 (0)20 7203 1863 or E: Export Documentation.
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