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This guidance note covers the GB EORI number. This is a unique number assigned by HMRC to businesses and individuals that import / export goods into or out of the UK. The GB EORI number should be used in all communications with HMRC where applicable.
Any business that is involved in the import / export of goods to from Great Britain will need a GB EORI number. Persons who are not registered for VAT who import and / or export goods will still require a GB EORI number. Businesses only providing services do not require a GB EORI number. EU resident businesses that import or export goods into / out of the UK will require a GB EORI number, as an EU EORI number is not valid in the UK.
A GB EORI number can only be issued to a legal person, which is:
a partnership, or
a sole proprietor
A GB EORI number cannot be allocated to individual branches or divisions within a legal entity. Only one number can be issued per legal entity.
For GB EORI purposes, all members of a VAT group are treated as legal entities in their own right, but it is only group members who import or export commercial goods that will require a GB EORI number. The representative member will have the VAT number with a 000 suffix; whilst other group members who apply for a GB EORI number will have the VAT number but a different suffix. If members of the VAT group require their GB
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