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Carry out international road haulage

What UK goods vehicle operators need to do to carry out international road haulage.

Import firewood into England, Scotland or Wales

Find out how to import firewood, such as logs and kindling, into England, Scotland and Wales (Great Britain).

How to check if you can delay customs payments and declarations

If you’re a business that currently buys goods from or sells goods to countries outside the UK, or are planning to trade with Europe from January 2021, HMRC’s new tool can help you identify ways you might be able to make the customs process easier for cheaper for your business. This short video shows you how to use the tool.

How can a customs intermediary or agent help me?

If you’re a UK business thinking about moving goods into or out of the UK , this video is here to help you understand how customs intermediaries or agents can help you. For more information have a look at the guidance available on gov.uk.

What are commodity codes?

If you're buying or selling goods abroad, you need to work out the amount of duty or VAT you owe. This short video tells you how to find out the ‘commodity code’ classification for your goods, using our Trade Tariff tool. Find out more on GOV.UK

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Advice for British people living in Singapore, including information on health, education, benefits, residence requirements and more.

Employment and recognised qualifications

British nationals must obtain visas to study, workt, train, invest, or reside in Singapore.

The Ministry of Manpower (MOM) is the authority that handles employment pass applications including dependant’s passes.

The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) is responsible for visit passes and permanent resident passes.

Entry and residence requirements

Any British national coming to Singapore for the purpose of study, employment, training, investment or residence must obtain a visa from the relevant Singaporean authority.

Information on entry requirements to Singapore.

Immigration and Checkpoint Authority (ICA) issues visas for visitors, student visas and permanent residents.

Ministry of Manpower (MOM) is responsible for issuing employment passes, dependant’s passes and long term visit passes.


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