The Ordinary Clearance procedure will be applied to shipments addressed to companies or legal persons which contain goods that are subject to border safety controls, or to shipments that Correos is unable to clear through customs because they do not have the required invoice or because the NIF is incorrect.
You will receive a communication entitled “Customs Delivery Notification which will inform you of the two possible alternatives for carrying out customs clearance procedures for your shipment:
Through Correos, you can choose us to be your indirect representative before the Tax Office (AEAT):
Through another Customs agent, or carrying out the customs formalities yourself. If you have decided to carry out the customs clearance procedures yourself, you will need to give us form 090, stamped by the Ministry of Finance and the invoice stamped by customs so we can deliver your shipment. Otherwise, if you have decided to use a Customs Agent other than Correos, they must provide the 090 form and Customs Release Form.