There are 6 simple steps to take to clear customs for Brexit with Declaron. If you have any questions, get in touch.
1. Getting started
The first step is to ensure you are clearance ready and our product meets your unique business needs. Our 5 minute self-assessment checks both your business readiness and if our product will meet your unique business needs (as in some rare cases, you may need to take additional steps).
2. Register with Declaron and input your company details.
Registering is simple once you have all the info you need. But don't worry, we are here to guide you through the rest of the process. This includes access to our customer care team, live demos and Q&A sessions.
Before submitting your first Declaration for 2021, you will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org. with the a form permitting Declaron to submit declarations on your behalf. Revenue require you do this, regardless of who you choose to represent you.
4. Create your master list of items / products you intend to import or export.
Upload your product details and create your product master list of items and classification codes. Once created, you can then update your products with relevant licences, measures and economic procedures. Our system will know ask you about each product, so that you're fully prepared in advance of doing your first declaration.
5. Create and submit your declaration
Now that the hard work is done, our platform allows you to create a new import or export declaration much quicker. It's true that there is quite a bit of information required by Revenue, but don't worry we've made it as simple as possible. And if you get stuck we are always here to help.
6. Approve and move your goods
Once submitted, Revenue inspects your declarations electronically. Our system sends you a notification as soon as there is a status update. In some cases, Revenue will request more information. However, our system will have already made sure to ask you for any relevant document which might be requested! Our customer service team will be therefore able to act on your behalf for any customs issues. All documentation will be stored for 4 years after a declaration is submitted to support any audit requirements.
Still unsure what's next? Start your 5 minute business assessment...