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All goods moving between the statistical territory of the Member States of the European Union are subject to the INTRASTAT system. Consequently, in the case of Spain, all shipments of goods moving between the statistical territory of Spain and the statistical territory of any of the other Member States of the European Union are subject to intra-Community statistics, except for the possible exceptions included in the INTRASTAT regulations.
Specifically, within the aforementioned scope are included:
However, operations that are classified as services in accordance with the definitions contained in Articles 11 and 12 of Law 37/1992 on Value Added Tax are not included within the scope of the INTRASTAT system.
As mentioned above, the INTRASTAT system includes all goods moving from one Member State of the European Union to another, whether or not they are the subject of a commercial transaction.
The territorial scope of the INTRASAT system is therefore that of the Member States which, for these purposes, are France, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Denmark, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Finland, Austria, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Malta, Cyprus, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania.
Notwithstanding the above, there are certain exceptions to the above, i.e. territories of Member States that are not included in the INTRASTAT system.
In the case of Spain, the Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla are not part of the "INTRASTAT territory". For the rest of the Union, the exceptions are the Territory of Büsingen (Germany), the Municipality of Livigno (Italy), the French overseas departments, the Island of Heligoland (Germany), Campione D'Italia (Italy), the Italian waters of Lake Lugano, the Channel Islands (Great Britain) and Mount Athos.
Statistical obligors are persons who are obliged to submit INTRASTAT declarations, i.e. to supply statistical information, and this obligation is determined by two factors which must be considered together:
Therefore, those intra-Community operators whose total invoiced amount of introductions into Spanish statistical territory or dispatches from Spanish statistical territory in the previous year did not exceed, respectively, 400,000 euros, are exempt, for the introduction and dispatch flows considered independently.
In both cases, if an operator exceeds the figure of 400,000 euros during the tax year, he will be obliged, in the month in which this amount was exceeded, to submit a statistical return including all the operations carried out during the year and, from that moment onwards, he will have to submit INTRASTAT returns on a monthly basis.
Notwithstanding the above, there are certain persons who are exempted from submitting statistical returns, namely:
Finally, those operators who are obliged to file INTRASTAT returns for a given year and who foresee not carrying out intra-Community dispatches or introductions of goods during that year, may request to be excluded from the obligation to file the statistical returns corresponding to that year, for which they must submit the corresponding request in accordance with the provisions of Annexes VIII or IX of the INTRASTAT Resolution.
Finally, it should be noted that when the operator is a natural or legal person not established in the Spanish statistical territory, who due to their nature and the volume of their operations must submit the corresponding INTRASTAT declarations, said declarations must be submitted by their tax representative.