A Customs Declaration, CN22, is a customs document form completed by you in order to declare to Customs authorities the content of your package consignment , i. When is a Customs Declaration used? If your goods are being transported outside of the European Union and have a value up to Euro you must attach a signed and dated CN The CN22 document informs Customs of the contents of your consignment and helps them to check for banned or restricted items.
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You can get all the customs forms you need in-branch. But to speed the process up, you can also print these forms at home. In the event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal, we expect the rules which apply to non-EU countries to be extended to EU countries, which means customs forms will be required for all countries outside the UK. Letters and large letters containing only correspondence, commercial invoices or shipping documents do not require a customs form.
The Guide to CN22 and CN23 Customs Declarations for International Shipping
They assist the process customs go through when checking packages, and they detail important information about the contents of anything being posted. Why are they needed? They assist customs in checking the contents of packages leaving the EU via the Royal Mail. They help customs to assign the correct duties and charges that need to be applied. The forms aid in the monitoring of prohibited goods being shipped.