Changes to how you submit your Intrastat declarations in 2022
Moving goods between Northern Ireland and the EU
In 2022, Intrastat declarations for both arrivals and dispatches will only cover goods movements between Northern Ireland and the EU. More information about this is available on our UK Trade information website.
How you can submit
If you move goods between Northern Ireland and the EU, how you submit your Intrastat declarations will change in 2022.
If you are required to provide Intrastat dispatches or arrivals declarations for goods moving between Northern Ireland and the EU that move on or after 1 January 2022, you can use two methods of completion:
- Keying data directly onto an online form
- By using an offline CSV (Comma Separated Variable) file
Find out more about these options.
Both the online form and offline CSV file options are secure and simple to use, and the CSV file option has been improved to make it the appropriate option if you submit large amounts of data.
From 2022 you cannot use Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) for movements between Northern Ireland and the EU. The last month you can use EDI to submit declarations for is December 2021.
Importing goods into Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) from the EU
If you import goods into Great Britain from the EU, you won’t need to provide Intrastat declarations in 2022.