Use form HM1 to apply to be a part of the Registered Consignee scheme and import duty-suspending goods into Northern Ireland from an EU member state.
Applies to Northern Ireland
This service is only relevant for goods being delivered from an EU member state into Northern Ireland. You cannot use this service where goods are delivered to a location in Great Britain from an EU member state.
The scheme applies to:
- alcohol and alcoholic drinks
- manufactured tobacco (for example, cigarettes, cigars and smoking tobacco)
- energy products, such as mineral oils
Find more information on moving excise goods as freight under the Northern Ireland protocol.
When to complete this form
You must send this application 45 days before you place any orders or enter into any agreements affected by this scheme.
What you will need
To complete this form you will need to tell us the:
- date you want to be registered from
- type of goods you want to import
- details of any excise activities you, or any key personnel, have been involved with in the last 6 years
You will also need your:
- business details
- VAT registration number
- company number and date of incorporation (if you have a limited company)
Deferment arrangements must be in place before you apply for approval as a Registered Consignee. If you intend to use someone else’s, you will need to get authority to use another trader’s deferment approval number for each deferment account you intend to use.
If you’re a member of a partnership
You will also need to complete and return form EXCISE 102 along with your completed HM9 form to HMRC.
How to complete this form
You need to open and complete this form online. As you cannot save your progress, you may want to get all your information together before you start.
Fill in form HM1.
Print and post it to HMRC, using the postal address shown on the form.
Email HMRC to ask for this form in Welsh.
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