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EORI number (6)

As of 1 July 2009, the EORI number must be assigned to persons whose activities are related to customs activities, ie activities related to the Customs Code and its implementing provisions.

Category: EORI number
Tags: EORI, Estonia, EU
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You can check the validity or invalidity of the EORI number on the “Confirmation of EORI Number” web site. If a person has consented to the disclosure of his / her information, the name and address of that company or person can also be searched.

Category: EORI number
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EORI stands for the Economic Operators Registration and Identification System and is needed when your company exports (or imports) goods from (to) non-EU countries to (from) the EU. EORI code should be applied in the country where your company is established.

For example, if you have an Estonian company, but import the goods directly to Germany, then you still have to apply for the EORI number in Estonia.

Category: EORI number
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Allowed are:

  • Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Belgium ID-Card/Estonian e-resident card/Estonian and Lithuanian Mobile-ID
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For this, you have to give us the right of representation in the Estonian Tax and Customs Board.

That is, either by authorizing us directly with the ID card through the Estonian Tax and Customs Board e-environment or giving us the Power of Attorney.

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An authorization is a collection of rights within the limits of which a representative may act on behalf of the principal. It is essential for the Estonian Tax and Customs Board that the content of an authorization would be understandable and the person granting the authorization and authorized person would be identifiable. An authorization may be granted orally or in written form (by a power of attorney).

The Estonian Tax and Customs Board shall accept:

  • an oral authorization – is valid on procedural acts only together with party to the proceedings;
  • an unattested written authorization, unless the legislation states the different obligatory form of authorization;
  • an authorization attested by a notary;
  • an authorization signed digitally;
  • an authorization granted by the legal representative of a legal person personally via the e-MTA (the menu item ‘Communication’ → ‘Correspondence’);
  • an authorization confirmed by a sworn advocate.
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