Use the dual location code for all exports declarations from GB to EU, when the goods will be moved through the border locations of Dover
Yes, the Commission has produced a FAQ which sets out some answers to questions relating to tax and customs. It is available here
If you encounter any difficulties and you or your customs agents are unable to generate an IPAFFS or PEACH reference number, what can I do?
You can enter the document status code XW (waiver) into box 44 on your CHIEF customs declaration, in line with the guidance below: For products
Is there any way we can check on the status of ports which should be GVMS that are currently not? We have a lot of confused hauliers trying to create GMRs when they are not necessary.
The list of ports using GVMS can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/list-of-ports-using-the-goods-vehicle-movement-service
On IPAFFS the system is asking for a phytosanitary certificate to be uploaded that isn’t required until 1 July 22?
If you can encounter this, simply upload a blank Phytosanitary certificate
Similar characters in Goods Movement Reference(GMR) numbers I and 1, 0 and O. Can these be removed for accurate entry?
This issue has been escalated to the HMRC GVMS IT team for review. HMRC will provide further information in due course.
Complete your pre-notification but leave box 44 blank in your customs declaration.
From 1 January 2022, anyone moving goods between Great Britain (GB) and the European Union (EU) through a Goods Vehicle Movement Service (GVMS) border location
When will CHIEF start recognising IPAFFS codes for notifications? Can we get an email sent out? Until then, I submit pre-notifications as I don’t see any benefit behind it? Plus, it is causing double work with the upload to CHIEF?
You must still pre-notify however leave Box 44 blank if it is not recognising the IPAFFS code. This is a known issue affecting a very