EORI Registration in Austria
EORI Registration in AustriaUpdated on Wednesday 14th June 2017
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EORI registration in Austria is needed for those businesses that operate within the European Union. The Economic Operators Registration and Identification number is released upon the company’s registration in the system and is allows for easy identification with every trade exchange performed by that company, especially for customs statements.
There are several offices in various locations in Austria where economic operators can register to obtain an EORI number. Our team of lawyers in Austria can help you register with a customs office in the country.
EORI registration process in Austria
The company in Austria that needs an EORI number to engage in EU trade and economic activities must fill out an EORI application form with the Customs office. Upon application, the EORI registration notification is sent electronically and/or in print.
The data needed for registration are included in the application form, with requires the same information as the economic agent would enter if it would log-in to the website. The application can be submitted for legal persons, including the available types of companies in Austria and for natural persons. In this case, the applicant may be required to provide proof of residence during the application procedure.
Our lawyers in Austria can give you further details of the date required for registration and the duties and responsibilities for companies in Austria that engage in trade.
EORI use in Austria
The EORI number is used to easily identify economic operators that perform business activities throughout the EU. This streamlines the customs processes and allows for an easy exchange of information.
All companies that engage in activities related to customs, such as importers or exporters in Austria, have to be registered with the Austrian customs in order to obtain an EORI number. This will not apply to foreign companies in Austria that are already registered in another EU country and have an EORI number.
The experts at our law firm in Austria can give you more details on the EORI registration process and the customs duties and laws applicable in the country.
Contact us for more information on EORI registration and other legal assistance.