The Ordinary Procedure is used to process imports into Ceuta whenever the shipments are valued at over € 150 or contain goods subject to para-customs controls on entry into Spain or Special Taxes.
There are two options:
Via Correos, the addressee selects Correos as their customs agent for intermediation with the Spanish Tax Office (AEAT):
Once we receive the documentation, we will proceed to clear the goods through Customs and deliver the shipment to the home address of the addressee.
At the time of delivery, the addressee must pay our fee and will only have to pay the IPSI if they are not registered for the deferred payment system.
These can be paid by the recipient in cash on delivery of the shipment (soon available through the Correos App).
Via another Customs agent or by completing the customs procedures yourself (self-clearance). If the addressee in Ceuta decides to process clearance themselves, they will need to provide us with a Form 090 stamped by the Treasury Office and the invoiced stamped by Customs so that we can deliver the shipment, as well as the Release Document if you processed clearance with another customs agent.
Remember that, if you choose to contract a customs agent other than Correos or to process clearance yourself, you will need to pay the Document Transfer fee upon delivery of the shipment by Correos.