Are you aware of the changes to the Border Operating Model for 2022 ?
From January 1st 2022 full Customs Declarations will be required – you will not be able to use EIDR and defer declarations.
There will need to be pre-notification of Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) goods.
Live animal physical checks will take place at designated border control posts where a facility is operational at the point of entry.
Where there is no designated BCP, checks will remain at destination for other ports of entry until sufficient BCPs are operational. Checks at Sevington inland BCP & designated airport BCPs will commence from 01 July 2022.
From the 1st July Safety and Security Declarations will be required plus Certification and Physical Checks will be introduced for:
– All remaining regulated animal by-products
– All regulated plants and plant products
– All meat and meat products.
– All remaining high-risk food not of animal origin.
High-priority plants and plant products checks will transfer from place of destination to designated BCPs and control points
From 01 September 2022, Certification and Physical checks will be introduced for all dairy products
From 01 November 2022, Certification and Physical checks will be introduced for all remaining regulated products of animal origin, including composite products and fish products
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