Obtain a status of an authorised consignee You are an entrepreneur and you want to receive in your company the goods covered by transit, without presenting them to the customs office (customs office of destination)? Such possibility gives you the status of authorised consignee for Union transit. How to obtain it and the conditions you must meet can be found below. How to proceed This procedure can be completed: at an office by post electronically Complete the procedure online Send a letter online using a free e-signature What you should know and who can use this service Normally the goods placed under the transit procedure together with the accompanying documents to the customs office of destination *. You may be granted the status of authorised consignee for Union transit, which allows you to receive the goods at the premises of company or any other location approved, without presenting the goods at the customs office of destination. * Branch, who ends the customs transit procedure. To obtain the status of authorised consignee for Union transit, you must: be established in the customs territory of the European Union; declare that you will regularly receive goods placed under the Union transit procedure; have an adequate system for data processing and communication with the customs authorities (NCTS2); demonstrate that you have a high level of control of your operations and of the flow of goods ensured by means of a system of managing commercial records; meet practical standards of competence or professional qualifications directly related to the activity carried out. In addition, if in the past you infringed in serious or repeated way the provisions of customs law and tax legislation, and you have been convicted of a serious criminal offence linked to the economic activity - you will not receive an authorisation. Note Acting as the authorised consignee shall require the prior determination of the approved place in which will be implemented the completion of transit procedure. You must meet Identical conditions if you want to close the transit procedure under a TIR carnet. When you should complete this procedure Before receiving in the simplified procedure of goods placed under the Union transit procedure. Where you can complete this procedure You can complete this procedure at: Tax Chambers Submit the application to the National Revenue Administration competent for the seat of applicant. Choose a location To find out where to complete service enter Choose What to do step by step Submit application for a status of authorised consignee in Union transit Until the launch of electronic application on PUESC portal you can submit application in paper form or electronically through biznes.gov.pl. Documents 1. Application for a status of authorised consignee in procedure of Union transit Download: Wniosek o pozwolenie na korzystanie ze statusu upoważnionego odbiorcy w procedurze tranzytu unijnego PDF Wniosek o pozwolenie na korzystanie ze statusu upoważnionego odbiorcy w procedurze tranzytu unijnego DOCX You can submit a document as: Oryginał Time limit Before receiving in the simplified procedure of goods placed under the Union transit procedure. You will obtain a status of authorised consignee in Union transit The authorisation is valid indefinitely If the Chamber intends to issue a negative decision, it should give you already the right to be heard. You will then have 30 days in order to persuade the Chamber to your case. Documents 1. Authorisation concerning status of authorised consignee in Union transit You will receive a document as: Oryginał How much you will have to pay The service is free of charge How long you will have to wait You will be granted the authorisation within 120 days from the date the application was delivered to the office. How can you appeal You can appeal against a negative decision issued by the head of National Revenue Administration. In the appeal describe what you do not agree with, what you demand and what proofs you have for that. Submit the appeal to the same head who had issued the decision within 14 days from the receipt of the decision. Good to know Obligations of the authorised consignee in Union transit When the goods arrive at the place an authorised consignee must: mmediately notify the customs office of destination of arrival of the goods and inform of any irregularities or incidents that occurred during transport; unload the goods only after obtaining the permission from the customs office of destination; after unloading, without delay, take note of the results of the inspection and any other relevant information relating to the unloading into your records; notify the customs office of destination of the results of the inspection of the goods and inform of any irregularities at the latest within 3 days of the date on which he has received the permission to unload the goods. Closure of the TIR carnet Authorised consignee for Union transit may not make any entries in the TIR carnet, TIR carnet - he is obliged to give TIR carnet to the customs office of destination at the time specified in the authorisation. However, he must close the transit procedure in the NCTS system; Place approved and the status of temporary storage facility The place where the authorised consignee for Union transit will receive goods must: have the status of place recognised by the customs authority for presentation of the goods, or have the status of temporary storage facility, if the goods are declared for another customs procedure within 24 hours after their presentation, i.e. sending notification of their arrival to NCTS (message IE07). At that time must be made: 1. sending to NCTS system IE44 message - unloading remarks; 2. sending IE06 message - termination of transit; 3. sending IE25 message - release of goods for a subsequent procedure. The status of temporary storage facility, and place approved also require submission of customs guarantee. More about the temporary storage facilities and can be read in the publications Temporary storage of customs goods. Proof of delivery of the goods At the carrier’s request the authorised consignee for Union transit may issue a proof of delivery of the goods. The receipt shall be provided using the form set out in Annex 72-03 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2447. Was this page useful? × Your opinion is important Send Legal basis Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) No 952/2013 of 9 October 2013 laying down the Union Customs Code Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/2446 of 28 July 2015 supplementing Regulation (EU) No 952/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards detailed rules concerning certain provisions of the Union Customs Code Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2015/2447 of 24 November 2015 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of certain provisions of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 952/2013 laying down the Union Customs Code Regulation of the Minister of Finance of 31 May 2016 on jurisdiction of customs authorities Act of 19 March 2004 "Customs Law"