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 What should we do if we travel with a portable musical instrument?
 According to the new customs legislation, applied on the customs territory of the European Union (EU) since 1 May 2016, customs declaration for temporary admission and re-export for portable musical instruments temporarily imported by travellers and intended to be used as professional equipment can be lodged orally. The oral customs declaration that is considered as an application for an authorisation for temporary admission shall be supported by the document as set out in Annex 71- 01 of the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/2446 of 28 July 2015 supplementing Regulation (EU) No 952/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards detailed rules concerning certain provisions of the Union Customs Code, presented by the declarant; Where not declared using other means, the above goods shall be deemed to be declared for temporary admission and consequently for re-export through: a) going through the green or ‘nothing to declare’ channel in a customs office where the two-channel system is in operation; (b) going through a customs office which does not operate the two- channel system; (c) affixing a ‘nothing to declare’ sticker or customs declaration disc to the windscreen of passenger vehicles where this possibility is provided for in national provisions; (d) the sole act of the goods crossing the frontier of the customs territory of the Union; Alternatively, another possibility to declare the goods in question is the use of A.T.A. Carnet (temporary admission papers used for temporary admission of goods), the latter issued in accordance with the Convention on Temporary Admission (Istanbul, 26 June 1990).
 How long car registered in third country (outside the EU) can stay in Bulgaria?
 Bulgaria is a part from the customs territory of the European Union (the EU). You can request the customs procedure temporary importation with total relief on a vehicle temporarily imported for private use if: - your normal place of residence is outside EU; - the vehicle is registered in the name of a person established outside EU or, if it is not registered, it should be belong to a person established outside the territory of EU; - you reexport the vehicle from EU within 6 months. However if you are a non EU student or a non EU person fulfilling assignment with a specified duration the vehicle can remain in EU for the period of your study or until the end of your assignment.
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