I posted before about the international border on the island of Ireland.
Exit day is 12th April 2019.
[A] From Ireland (EU) to Northern Ireland (UK) after 12th April 2019
* No new requirements or checks on goods moving between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.
* Northern Irish traders must make declarations if they trade in dangerous chemicals, ozone depleting substances or F-gases (as the rest of UK – rUK).
* Northern Irish traders must use Belfast International Airport as the designated point of entry into Northern Ireland for endangered species.
* Northern Irish companies must have a licence to export dual-use goods (as rUK).
* Northern Irish companies must make declarations if they import animals and animal products from outside the EU that have not been checked in the EU. [this is different to rUK – for rUK see here]
* Northern Irish companies must follow rUK rules for importing plant products from Ireland – see here.
These are the only new processes which will be introduced.
Information on the temporary special Customs arrangements is here. This Blog does not focus on Customs, Tariffs or VAT aspects of borders.
[B] From Northern Ireland (UK) to Ireland (UK) after 12th April 2019
No announcements are yet made on the Irish Border specifics.
Follow this site for information on the Irish arrangements for its trade with the UK – here.
[the exit day may change, please keep following this Blog]
I will Blog again on this subject when further information is available.