Updated: Page 3 of the postal application form has been updated - 'Authorised consignor status (Transit NCTS)' is now 'Authorised consignee status (Transit NCTS)'.
Use the online service or postal form to apply for:authorised consignor for transit, union status or control copy T5 purposes authorised consignee for transit or Transport Internationaux Routiers (TIR) purposes other transit simplifications When to use the online form service
Use the online service if you don’t need to send HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) any documents to support your application.When to apply by post
You must send HMRC copies of your contracts or other evidence of the contractual relationship if you use a transport carrier or intermediary bound to a carrier. You may also need to send a complete specimen copy of your invoice or transport document or a complete copy specimen of your manifest.
If you need to send these attachments, you’ll need to fill in the postal application for transit and other simplifications and send it with your attachments to:
HMRC Central Community Transit Office National Simplifications Team BT-CCTO HM Revenue and Customs BX9 1EHWhat you need to hand to fill in this form
You’ll need:your EORI reference number your VAT registration number your comprehensive guarantee reference number, if applying as an authorised consignor for transit name and date of birth of the nominated person in your organisation who may have to account for the actions of the organisation HMRC office details
If you use Union Transit authorisation you’ll need:the date you started using Union Transit how often you use it how many Union Transit operations you carry out each year
If you use Proof of Union Status (PoUS) authorisation, you’ll need:the date you started using PoUS how often you use it how many PoUS operations you carry out each year
If you use Transport TIR authorisation, you’ll need:the date you started using TIR how often you use it how many TIR operations you carry out each year
If you use T5 declaration authorisation, you’ll need:the date you started using T5 declaration how often you use it how many T5 declaration operations you carry out each year
Additionally:your Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) certificate number, if you have one details of any offences committed against customs or tax legislation in the UK or any other countries your comprehensive guarantee number, if you have one Related forms and guidance
Notice 760: Customs Freight Simplified Procedures explains the purpose of Customs Freight Simplified Procedures, the procedures available and guidance on the authorisation conditions.
Notice 205: official customs seals and trader sealing explains how to recognise official customs seals, and how authorised traders can use their own seals in place of official customs seals.
Local copy of C1343-03-18.pdf seen at 16:32, 13 March in Publications on GOV.UK.
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