Circular 56/2019/TT-BTC Amending Circular 49/2015/TT-BTC Stipulating Customs Procedures for Letters, Packages, Packages of Export and Import Goods Sent by Enterprises’ Postal Services Designated and Circular 191/2015/TT-BTC Stipulating Customs Procedures for Export, Import, Transit Goods Sent via International Courier Service Issued by the Minister of Finance
|Model number:||56/2019/TT-BTC||Type of document:||Circular|
|Issued place:||Ministry of Finance||Signed by:||Vu Thi Mai|
|Date issued:||23/08/2019||Effective date:||15/10/2019|
|Notice day:||Updating||Publication number:||Updating|
|Status:||Not yet in effect|
06 cases of canceling electronic customs declaration with import-export goods of group 1
This is the featured content mentioned in Circular 56/2019/TT-BTC amending Circular 49/2015/TT-BTC dated 14/4/2015 and Circular 191/2015/TT-BTC November 24,2015.
Accordingly, when carrying out e-customs procedures for packages and goods of group 1 exported or imported via postal service, enterprises must cancel customs declarations in the following cases:
– Cases prescribed in Clause 11, Article 1 of Circular 39/2018/TT-BTC;
– Declare multiple customs declarations for the same package or goods parcel (duplicating the declaration information);
– Packages and packages of imported goods have declared customs declarations and completed destruction procedures in Vietnam according to regulations;
– Customs declarations are declared according to groups of packages and packages not in compliance with regulations after handling violations;
– Low-value customs declarations that misrepresent information are not allowed to be amended, supplemented as prescribed;
Except for cases where customs clearance or release of goods and goods has passed through customs supervision areas or has been exported;
– The consignee refuses to accept the package, the package of imported goods has registered the declaration but not yet cleared.
=> Circular 56/2019/TT-BTC takes effect from October 15, 2019.