All operators and ATLAS users need to have an EORI number because without it they could not be identified in ATLAS. This is why, in the past, an EORI numbers were also assigned to a company’s branches, operating sites, or permanent establishments, that is unincorporated divisions which do not have their own legal capacity. The EU has been tolerating this practice for a transitional period.
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- Who must have an EORI number?
- How can I obtain an EORI number?
- Can I decline the use of an EORI number?
- Do I, as a foreign economic operator, need an EORI number?
- Do I, as a private individual, need an EORI number? What if I have an indirect/direct representative or a data transmission service provider (DÜD) represent me in customs matters?
- Do I need an EORI number for postal services or when travelling?
- Do I need the EORI number if I use the ATLAS procedure?
- How can I retrieve validation of my EORI number?
- How many EORI numbers may an economic operator have?
- Why have I as an unincorporated division (branch or operating facility) of a company been given an EORI number, which contradicts the above principle?
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