MOVING FROM THE UK TO THE CZECH REPUBLIC

1) Required Documentation

– copy of your ID/ phone number/ other contact is helpfull

– proof that you have lived in the UK for longer than 12 months (tenancy agreement, council tax, payslips,  and similar.)

– affidavit that the items are yours

– confirmation of your permanent/ temporary stay in the Czech Rep. (at least a verified lease agreement)

– list of all the items you are moving (items should be older than 6 months, shall not be sold just after)

– if you are not travelling with us in the van (missing out on a ton of really funny stories!), we would need a verified power of attorney stating that we can represent you at customs

– application for remission of duties and taxes (the value of your items should not exceed 1000 EUR if you do not want to pay duties and VAT)

– EORI number

2) After Arriving at Customs in France 

I. You need to show:

– the list of items
list of items for customs LibreOffice, list of items for customs template LibreOffice
List of items for UK/FR customs Excel, Template list of items for UK/Fr Customs Excel 
PDF example list of items for customs PRINT, Template pdf list of items for customs Print 

– EORI registration

– Czech custom office number, for example CZ123456 (where the declaration will be completed –  list of  customs offices and map are here https://www.celnisprava.cz/cz/aplikace/Stranky/scu.aspx)

II. Request a T1 form and pay deposit for your goods


3) After Arriving in The Czech Republic 

You need to go to the custom office that you declared at the French border. You should arrive at least 2 hours before closing, and keep in mind that the process could take up to 3 hours. Needs to be done in Prague or Brno only. They don’t need to see goods, just the papers.

  • Monday: 07:00 – 17:00
  • Wednesday: 08:00 – 17:00
  • Tuesday + Thursday: 08:00 – 15:00
  • Friday: 08:00 – 14:00