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  • Notarial and documentary services guide for Switzerland

    Part ofAbroad ,Living abroad ,Help for british nationals living overseas

    Documents, certificates, ceremony and services available at the British Embassy in Switzerland.

  • Exportability team

    Part ofWorking ,State pension

    Disability benefits claims for people outside the UK – moving, working, retired to the EEA or Switzerland

  • Driving in Great Britain on a non-GB licence

    Part ofDriving ,Driving licences

    Use this tool to see if you can drive in Great Britain with your non-GB driving licence

  • Claiming benefits if you live, move or travel abroad

    Part ofBenefits ,Entitlement

    Benefits you can claim if you go abroad and countries with social security arrangements with the UK

  • Liechtenstein travel advice

    Part ofForeign travel advice

    Latest travel advice for Liechtenstein including safety and security, entry requirements, travel warnings and health

  • Winter Fuel Payment

    Part ofBenefits ,Heating

    Winter Fuel Payment helps older people with their heating bills – claim form, how much you get, eligibility

  • Driving abroad

    Part ofAbroad ,Living abroad

    You’ll need a Great Britain or Northern Ireland licence to drive abroad and an International Driving Permit in some non-EU countries

  • Christmas Bonus

    Part ofBenefits ,Jobseekers allowance

    The Christmas Bonus is a one-off tax-free £10 payment to people who get certain benefits – what you’ll get, eligibility, how to claim

  • National Insurance if you go abroad

    Part ofTax ,National insurance

    Contact HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to find out if you need to pay National Insurance when you work abroad

  • Tax credits if you’re outside the UK

    Part ofBenefits ,Tax credits

    Tax credits if you live abroad, go travelling, are a cross-border worker or subject to immigration control

  • Over 80 Pension

    Part ofWorking ,State pension

    If you’re over 80 you can get your State Pension topped up to £66 a week in 2013 to 2014

  • Benefits if you’re abroad

    Find out what benefits you might be able to get while abroad and how to claim them

  • Child Tax Credits when your child reaches 16

    Part ofBenefits ,Tax credits

    Tax credits for children aged 16 or over – approved education, approved training and when Child Tax Credits stop or continue

  • Importing and exporting food

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports

    How to import and export food, including organic produce and GM foods

  • Bringing food, animals or plants into the UK

    Part ofAbroad ,Travel abroad

    Bringing animals, plants or food into the UK – pet passports, plant health certificates, the rules around meat, dairy and fish products

  • State Pension if you retire abroad

    Part ofWorking ,State pension

    State pension if you’re overseas – how to claim, rates, payment and tax, contact the International Pension Centre

  • Phytosanitary certificate (England, Scotland & Wales)

    You may need a phytosanitary certificate if you export certain goods to countries outside of the European Union (EU)

  • Exchange a foreign driving licence

    Part ofDriving ,Driving licences

    Find out if you can exchange your foreign driving licence for a British licence

  • Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG)

    Part ofCitizenship ,International development ,Development funding business

    Aims to encourage private infrastructure investment in developing countries that contributes to economic growth and poverty reduction.

  • Drivers’ hours

    Part ofDriving ,Drivers lorries buses

    EU and GB Domestic rules for drivers of goods vehicles and passenger-carrying vehicles

  • Air passenger or freight services in the UK: regulations for operators

    Part ofDriving ,Businesses ,Transport regulations and safety

    Regulations for domestic aviation in the UK, permits for non-EU registered aircraft, and the roles of the regulatory bodies CAA, DfT, EASA

  • Oil and gas: OSPAR EMS Recommendation

    Part ofBusiness ,Generating energy ,Oil and gas environmental reporting

    The recommended environmental management system (EMS) designed to achieve the general objectives of the OSPAR Offshore Strategy.

  • France travel advice

    Part ofForeign travel advice

    Latest travel advice for France including safety and security, entry requirements, travel warnings and health

  • Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

    Part ofBenefits ,Disability

    Personal Independence Payment (PIP) replaces Disability Living Allowance (DLA) – how and when to claim, rates, eligibility

  • European territorial cooperation programmes

    Part ofBusiness ,Funding debt ,European regional development funding

    Guidance about the 9 European programmes in which the UK takes part that promote cooperation and economic development across member states.

  • Mutual recognition of conformity assessment

    Part ofCitizenship ,Government ,Compliance with european union laws and regulation

    Details of how the EC was mandated by the General Affairs Council to negotiate agreements on the mutual recognition of conformity assessment with several third countries.

  • Residency requirements in Spain

    Part ofAbroad ,Living abroad ,Help for british nationals living overseas

    Advice for British nationals planning to live or living in Spain.

  • How to claim tax credits

    Part ofBenefits ,Tax credits

    Claim tax credits – get a claim form, how to claim, joint claims, backdate a claim

  • Passport renewals if you’re registered as British National (Overseas)

    Part ofAbroad ,Passports

    Renew your British passport if you registered as a British National (Overseas) before July 1997 – forms, cost, how to apply

  • Living in Bulgaria

    Part ofAbroad ,Living abroad ,Help for british nationals living overseas

    How to stay safe in Bulgaria while living and working there and what UK benefits you’re entitled to.

  • Set up a business in the UK

    Part ofBusiness ,Setting up

    Setting up business if you’re new to the UK – registering, financing, employing staff and paying tax

  • Entering the UK

    Part ofAbroad

    UK border control – passport checks, visas for entering, transiting and layovers

  • Child Benefit

    Part ofBenefits ,Child

    Child Benefit – child benefit rates, eligibility, how to claim, child benefit claim form CH2

  • Disability Living Allowance (DLA) for children

    Part ofBenefits ,Disability

    Help with the extra costs of looking after children under 16 with disabilities – rates, eligibility, how to apply, claim form, assessment

  • Collective (group) passports

    Part ofAbroad ,Passports

    Collective (group) passports – who they’re for, how to apply and how to get a collective passport changed

  • Export insurance policy

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Export finance

    Find out about the Export Insurance Policy – how it works, its benefits, and its main features.

  • Foreign travel advice for people with mental health issues

    Part ofAbroad ,Travel abroad ,Help for british nationals travelling overseas

    How British travellers with mental health issues can prepare for their journey and get help when abroad.

  • Organic systems and standards in farming

    Part ofBusiness ,Farming ,Organic farming

    Operators in the European Union who produce, process, package, label or import organic food or feed must comply with EU rules on organic production.

  • Export finance and insurance – an overview

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Export finance

    Find out about UK Export Finance products and services, and how export credit guarantees can help your business.

  • Regional Trade Agreements (part 2)

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Transporting goods

    Regional Trade Agreements with Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela (Mercosur), EU member states, Chile, Mexico, the Caribbean (CARIFORUM), South Africa, the Gulf states and other Mediterranean states (Euromed).

  • Customs clearance for animals and animal products

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export controls

    The Trade Control and Expert System (TRACES) is an online system that makes it easier for importers and exporters to provide health certification and track consignments of animals or animal products.

  • Temporary storage for imports

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export procedures

    Using temporary storage to defer duty payments until you move goods out of Customs control when you’re importing from outside the EU

  • Removing trade barriers for UK exporters

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export controls

    How to overcome certain tariffs, taxes and trade restrictions if you export goods and services to non-EU countries.

  • Living in Norway

    Part ofAbroad ,Living abroad ,Help for british nationals living overseas

    Advice for British nationals planning to live or living in Norway

  • Driver CPC for lorry, bus and coach drivers

    Part ofDriving ,Drivers lorries buses

    Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) – qualifications, training, fees, exceptions or ‘acquired rights’

  • Personal food, plant and animal product imports

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export controls

    Guidance for individual travellers bringing food or other products with a plant or animal origin into the UK for personal use, or receiving such products by post.

  • Organic produce: how to become an importer

    Part ofBusiness ,Farming ,Organic farming

    Find out what organic products can be imported into the UK, how to register as an importer and how to get import authorisation.

  • Vehicle documents required for international road haulage

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Transporting goods

    Vehicle documents drivers need to legally cross international borders in a UK-registered vehicle.

  • Extradition: processes and review

    Part ofJustice ,Rights ,Policing

    Extradition processes and agreements between the UK and other countries, role of the Secretary of State, High Court and Supreme Court and the extradition review

  • Customs procedures when transporting goods by road

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export procedures

    If you are transporting goods by road across borders then you will need to understand the processes and customs documentation that apply

  • Audit, accounting and reporting: guidance for UK companies

    Part ofBusiness ,Limited company ,Business auditing accounting and reporting

    Introduction It is vital that the UK economy has efficient and effective capital markets and there is confidence in the corporate framework…

  • Driver documents required for international road haulage

    Part ofDriving ,Businesses ,Traffic and road management

    Documents you need to carry if you’re the driver or a passenger in a commercial transportation vehicle that crosses international borders

  • International authorisations and permits for road haulage

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Transporting goods

    Information on the authorisations and permits required to operate Gross Vehicle Weight vehicles above 3.5 tonnes on international journeys

  • Wood packaging: requirements for imports and exports

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export controls

    Legal and environmental rules and requirements for wooden crates, drums and pallets being used to import and export goods.

  • Rules of origin for imported and exported goods

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export procedures

    Rules to establish the country of origin of imported and exported goods and to help identify those which qualify for lower or nil customs duty.

  • Funding for fruit and vegetable sellers

    Part ofBusiness ,Farming ,Grants and payments for farmers

    How to apply for subsidies and grants if you grow fruit, nuts or vegetables; funding for producer organisations and the industry levy.

  • Foreign travel for disabled people

    Part ofAbroad ,Travel abroad ,Help for british nationals travelling overseas

    How disabled travellers can prepare for an overseas holiday free from trouble.

  • Living in Romania

    Part ofAbroad ,Living abroad ,Help for british nationals living overseas

    What UK benefits are available to Britons living in Romania, information on working in Romania and earthquake advice

  • Dispatching your goods within the EU

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Transporting goods

    What’s involved in selling or dispatching goods to EU member states, including VAT, figures for Intrastat, licensing and controls.

  • Agriculture, horticulture and fisheries: international trade regulations

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export procedures

    Import and export regulations for the agriculture, horticulture and fisheries industries and how to apply for relevant licences and permissions.

  • Community transit: moving goods between two EU territories

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export procedures

    How to use Community Transit to move non-EU goods within the EU and to move goods to or from special territories.

  • Gap year foreign travel advice

    Part ofAbroad ,Travel abroad ,Help for british nationals travelling overseas

    Information on how to stay safe and healthy during your gap year overseas.

  • Border Inspection Posts for live animals and animal products

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export controls

    Details of the veterinary certificates needed and the procedures at BIPs for the import of live animals and products of animal origin (POAO).

  • Imports from outside the EU

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export procedures

    Goods imported from outside the EU require you to pay import duty and VAT, and make a declaration to customs.

  • Using the New Computerised Transit System to move goods across the EU and Common Transit countries

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export procedures

    Access to and use of the New Computerised Transit System (NCTS) to submit community transit declarations electronically, for traders.

  • Pet travel: information for pet owners

    Part ofAbroad ,Travel abroad ,Pet travel and welfare

    Information on pet passports, microchipping, vaccination and routes for people bringing pet dogs, cats or ferrets into the UK.

  • EU General Export Authorisations

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export controls

    How EU GEA licences authorise the export of specified controlled dual-use goods to certain countries outside the EU.

  • Preparing for and responding to energy emergencies

    Part ofBusiness ,Generating energy ,Energy security

    How DECC has planned for emergencies potentially affecting oil, gas and electricity production and supply, and the civil nuclear establishment.

  • Trade preference agreements: import and export

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export procedures

    High level trade agreements between countries mean importers and exporters can pay less or no duty on certain goods traded with these countries.

  • Innovation funding for low-carbon technologies: opportunities for bidders

    Part ofCitizenship ,Government ,Government funding programmes

    How to enter open competitions or bid for upcoming contracts in government-funded low-carbon projects up to 2015.

  • The Single Administrative Document for import and export

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Import and export procedures

    The SAD (form C88) is recognised by customs around the world and is essential for trade outside the EU, or of non-EU goods: it details your goods and their movement.

  • Country cover policy and indicators

    Part ofBusiness ,Imports exports ,Export finance

    Find out about cover policy and indicators for countries that are covered by UK Export Finance.

  • Ministry of Defence art collection

    Part ofBusiness ,Premises rates ,Management and use of the ministry of defence estate

    The MOD looks after over 1,500 important works of art and antiques which it protects, conserves and displays across a wide range of locations.

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