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Red channel (Red corridor)

RED CHANNEL (RED CORRIDOR) FILL IN THE DECLARATION AND CHOOSE THE RED CHANNEL (RED CORRIDOR) IF:

WHILE ENTERING THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

1) you import dutiable goods, including:

-goods which value exceeds € 500 in equivalent and weight is over 25 kg (€10,000 in equivalent and weight is over 50 kg for aviatravelers only) ;

- over 3 liters of alcoholic beverages and beer per one individual over the age of 18;

- indivisible  goods;

- ethanol.

2) you bring in goods is prohibited or restricted to import.

3) you import Russian rubles, foreign currencies, travelers’ cheques in equivalent exceeding U.S. $10,000 and (or) securities.

The entire amount is subject to declaring.

4) you carry unaccompanied luggage (even if the luggage or some part of it has not arrived) or goods have arrived via freight delivery or express delivery.

5) you want to declare imported goods.

6) you import products, which can be exempted from customs duties only upon presentation of relevant documents (for example, resettlement to permanent residence, inheritance of the goods, re-import of the goods previously exported from the territory of the Russian Federation, etc.)

7) you import transport vehicles.

WHILE DEPARTING FROM THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

1) you export the goods prohibited or restricted for export.

2) you export Russian rubles, foreign currencies, traveler’s cheques in the amount exceeding U.S. $10,000 in equivalent and (or) securities.

The entire amount is subject to declaring.

3) you want to declare exported goods.

4) you export transport vehicles.

Customs declaration of goods for personal use

Import of goods for personal use - goods intended for personal, family, home and other needs of individuals not engaged in business activities –to the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is exempt from customs duty.

Goods moved across the customs border of the EAEU are acknowledged by the customs authority as goods for personal use on the basis of:

1) statement of an individual about goods moved across the customs border of the EAEU in oral or written form using a passenger customs declaration;

2) nature and quantity of goods;

3) frequency of crossing of the customs border of the EAEU and (or) transportation of goods across the customs border of the EAEU by an individual or to their address.

Categories of goods not related to goods for personal use are determined by the list (Appendix No. 6 to the Decision of the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission dated December 20, 2017 No. 107)

DECLARED GOODS:

1) goods for personal use moved across the customs border of the EAEU in unaccompanied baggage, or goods for personal use delivered by a carrier;

2) goods for personal use subject to prohibitions and restrictions, and requiring the provision of documents and (or) information confirming compliance with such prohibitions and restrictions (Annex No. 2 to the Decision of the EEC Board No. 30 dated April 21, 2015);

3) goods for personal use moved across the customs border of the EAEU in accompanied baggage, in respect of which customs duties and taxes are payable (Annex No. 2 to the Decision of the EEC Board No. 107 dated December 20, 2017);

4) goods for personal use, imported with exemption from customs duties, taxes in accompanied baggage (Annex No. 3 to the Decision of the EEC Board No. 107 dated December 20, 2017);

5) vehicles for personal use, transported across the customs border of the EAEU by any means, with the exception of vehicles for personal use, registered in the EAEU Member States (List of certain types of automotive and motor vehicles and trailers to automotive and motor vehicles for personal use);

6) temporarily imported vehicles for personal use, located on the customs territory of the EAEU in cases of their export from the customs territory of the EAEU, release for free circulation before the expiry of the temporary import and transfer of temporarily imported vehicles in cases other than those specified in paragraphs 7-9 of article 264 of the Customs Code of the EAEU;

7) cash and (or) traveler’s checks, if the total amount of such cash and (or) traveler’s cheques for their one-time import into the customs territory of the EAEU or one-time export from the customs territory of the EAEU exceeds an equivalent of 10 thousand US dollars at the exchange rate valid on the day of submission of the passenger customs declaration to the customs authority;

8) cash instruments other than traveler’s cheques;

9) cultural values in respect of which prohibitions and restrictions apply;

10) goods for personal use sent by international mail.

An individual has the right, on their own volition, to declare goods for personal use not subject to customs declaration, for the purpose of accounting for cost, weight and (or) quantitative limits, subject to which goods for personal use are imported into the EAEU customs territory without paying customs duties and taxes.

ATTENTION! In order to avoid criminal liability under Art. 226.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, it is mandatory to declare goods for personal use of the total cost of 1 million rubles and more, including items made of precious metals and stones, as well as natural pearls; pocket and wrist watches with cases of precious metals; cases, straps, ribbons and bracelets for watches made of precious metals.