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Customs Clearance Types
Depending on the country of destination and the parties to the trade agreement, the appropriate type of declaration shall be used to complete the customs declaration.
Import declaration (IM)
Declaration for imports from third countries (eg United States, China, Taiwan, India, etc.)
Export declaration (EX)
Declaration for export of goods outside the customs territory of the Union and dispatch of non-Union goods (eg re-export from a customs warehouse).
Import and Export declaration (EU)
Declaration for the export and import of goods between the countries of the European Free Trade Association as: Switzerland (CH)
Iceland (IS)
Norway (NO)
Liechtenstein (LI)
Turkey (TR)
Andorra (AD)
San Marino (SN)
Macedonia (MK)
Serbia (XS)
Import and Export declaration (CO)
Declaration for the export and import of goods between parts of the customs territory of the Union as:
Åland Islands (FI)
Mount Athos (GR)
French Overseas Department (FR) French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Reunion, Mayotte
Channel Islands (GB) Channel Islands: Alderney, Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Herm, Les MinquiersCanary Islands (ES), Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, La Gomera, El Hierro, La Palma
Delivery Terms
The Terms of Delivery or Incoterms are rules published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), officially known as the International Terms of Trade. The first regulations were published in 1936, updated periodically to reflect changing trade practices. Globally, Incoterms removes ambiguities in foreign trade agreements that define the responsibility of the seller and the buyer for the delivery of goods. Thus, Incoterms only apply to the seller and the buyer, who indicate the place where the responsibility passes from the seller to the buyer.
From the factory (name of place of transfer).
Free carrier (name of place of transfer).
Price and freight (name of port of destination).
Price, insurance and freight (name of port of destination).
Shipping paid to (name of destination).
Transportation and insurance paid by (name of destination).
Delivered to place (destination name).
Delivered with payment (name of destination).
Delivered to terminal (name of destination or port terminal).
Franco along the side of the ship (name of port of loading).
Franco on board (name of port of loading).
Origin of Goods
Non - preferential origin of goods
Used to implement the commercial policy measures laid down in the European Union concerning the origin of goods, such as quantitative restrictions, anti-dumping duties, non-preferential tariff quotas and the application of statistical and common agricultural policy measures. The Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is the one authorized in Latvia to issue the Certificate of Origin..
Preferential origin of goods
Applies to goods to benefit from tariff preferences on imports (reduced or eliminated customs duties) as well as preferential tariff quotas governed by trade between the countries between which an agreement has been concluded.
Proof of origin text
The exporter of the products covered by this document (Exporter Reference Number) declares that, except where otherwise clearly indicated, these products are of… preferential origin.

REX declaration of origin
REX (Registered Exporter) allows the exporter to independently prepare a proof of origin in order to benefit from import duty relief in the country of destination of the goods for which the REX system is intended.
Certificates of origin
The customs office shall endorse the proof of origin for the purposes of granting relief from import duties in the country of destination.
Commercial Postal Deliveries
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If price is less than 150 EUR
Import duties and VAT
If price is higher than 150 EUR
Non-commercial Postal Deliveries
No fee
If price is lower than 45 EUR
If price is higher 45 EUR, but lower than 150 EUR
Import duties and VAT
If price is higher than 150 EUR
Imports of goods may be subject to restrictions and prohibitions not permitted without certificates. Exemption from customs duties shall not apply to alcoholic products, perfumes and toilet waters. If the product is food, medicine, medicines, food supplements, etc., weighing more than 1 kilogram must be inspected by the Food and Veterinary Office (FVS).
The mersing is applicable to confectionery and other foodstuffs, the percentage of which determines the amount of import duty.
Milk fats
Milk proteins
Starch / Glucose
Sucrose / Invert sugar / Isoglucose
Fiscal Representative' 4200
A fiscal representative is a special VAT regime for foreign companies that are registered for VAT in an EU Member State but are not registered in the EU Member State of importation of the goods. The fiscal representative is responsible for the correct calculation, reporting and subsequent delivery of VAT to another EU Member State.

  • Delivery of goods within 30 days after the application of the procedure
  • Preservation of goods from release to delivery
  • Receipt of goods at final destination without additional procedure
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