MOVING HOME TO OR FROM CROATIA
All GB Liners’ branches have the facility to know how to quote for and arrange and operate, European move. We recognise, however, that not every branch can be expert for every European destination and so we have therefore chosen to designate our London branch as our “centre of expertise” for Croatia. You can contact them by phoning 020 8574 1285 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you require specialist advice. Alternatively, of course, you can contact your local branch if you don’t think you need specialist help.
Living in Croatia
Advice on living in Croatia can be obtained from:
Customs Formalities for Moving To Croatia
Most Customs regimes have several factors in common:
You will need to be able to supply any required information or documentation before the move is packed, to allow us to have it checked by our agent in the destination country for confirmation that everything is in order. This is essential to ensure that there are no delays at the destination border due to missing or incorrect documentation.
For a move to an EU country being made for any reason other than a transfer of residence, then you should ask us to check the specific Customs requirements for your circumstances and this should be done as early in the process as possible. If, for example, your circumstances were such that carrying-out the move would incur a significant duty or tax liability then that may influence your decision to move altogether. It is essential therefore, that such issues are raised as early as possible.
If you are furnishing a holiday or secondary home in an EU country (that is a home other than your main place of residence), then usually you will have to pay duty or tax on the items that you are moving.
The following information outlines the documentation required for importing household goods moves to Croatia, to the best of current knowledge and belief. This is a summary of the documents required for household goods moves from the UK to Croatia on a transfer of residence basis.It does not cover cars, secondary homes, inheritances, or any other exceptional circumstances and for any moves falling into these categories, it is essential that you advise us of your circumstances so that we can check requirements with a local agent in the destination country.
Customs regulations and document requirements for Croatia
Antiques, Artefacts, Carpets, Paintings:
Shippers (Foreign or Croatian citizens) who do not meet these conditions must pay customs duties 25% VAT on the value of the goods and customs duties for the importation of household goods and/or motor vehicles. It is recommended to avoid the importation of electric devices, powers adapters, and toys without the CE mark. Personal motor vehicle cannot be imported by Croatian citizens without paying customs duties and VAT and a special tax called TROŠARINE on motor vehicles. These forms must be original, and they must be written in the Croatian language.
Documents required for export clearance out of Croatia (for UK bound moves)