Tell HMRC that you’re going to be attending an inland border facility
Last updated 29 December 2020
You can use this service to tell HMRC in advance that you’re attending an inland border facility because the goods you’re moving:
- are going to an office of departure or office of destination (starting or ending a transit movement)
- are covered by an ATA Carnet
- need a CITES permit
This will help you get processed on-site as quickly as possible.
If there is another reason why you need to attend an inland border facility, you should tell the onsite marshals the reason when you arrive.
Before you start
You’ll need to know your:
- arrival date and time
- reason for attending
- Local Reference Number (LRN) (for outbound transit movements)
- Movement Reference Number (MRN) (for inbound transit movements)
- the reference number you’ll discharge your movements against
If your a haulier or freight forwarder, you’ll also need to know the driver’s:
- mobile phone number
- vehicle registration (front number plate) of the HGV
To end the movements of goods in transit you’ll need either:
- an EORI number
- a CHIEF entry number
- a Customs Declaration Service (CDS) movement reference
How to tell HMRC
Before you can tell HMRC you’re attending an inland border facility, you’ll need to create an account. You can create an account the first time you use the service.
Alternatively, you can download the free HMRC app from the:
If you do not have a signal
If you cannot tell HMRC that you’re going to attend an inland border facility before you arrive, you must report to the front office.
More information about inland border facilities
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