Revenue is introducing the Export Release Verification Service
(ERVS), which is part of the new process flow to confirm the exit of goods from
What is the purpose of the Export Release Verification Service
The ERVS verifies if a given MRN is
in a status which permits movement of the goods, allowing the carrier or agent
to act accordingly.
- The ERVS can act as an arrival confirmation (IE507 – arrival at
exit) for LoLo and Air movements. This allows the user to notify Revenue that
the goods have arrived at the point of exit and fulfils the arrival at exit
- The ERVS can also act as a departure confirmation (IE590- exit
notification message). Where goods are exiting the EU from an Irish Customs
Office, the ERVS will advise the user if an Exit notification message must be
lodged. Where an Exit notification message is required, the carrier or agent
can use the ERVS to fulfil this requirement.
use of the Export Release Verification Service (ERVS) by the Trader at Exit is
not mandatory. However, where traders use the ERVS, they will not need to
submit and Arrival at exit (IE507) message or an Exit notification (IE590)
message. Revenue will re-use the data provided to fulfil this requirement.
- Read more about the Export Release Verification Service (ERVS) here.