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Information for non-residents for using the e-services of the Estonian Tax and Customs Board

Non-residents who can use the e-services of the Estonian Tax and Customs Board


As a non-resident, you can sign in to the Estonian Tax and Customs Board’s self-service environment and use the e-services if you have:

  • the eID of one of the following EU Member States:
    • Germany (National Identity Card, Electronic Residence Permit)
    • Italy (Carta di identità elettronica)
    • Spain (DNIe)
    • Belgium (Belgian Citizen eCard, Foreigner eCard)
    • Luxembourg (Luxembourg eID card)
  • Lithuanian Mobile-ID
  • Latvian or Lithuanian Smart-ID (except Smart-ID Basic)

NB! The assurance level of a means of authentication must correspond to the assurance level ‘high’ in order to use the e-services of the e-MTA.


Entering the Estonian Tax and Customs Board's self-service environment
 

  1. To sign in to the Estonian Tax and Customs Board's self-service environment, click on the button “Enter e-MTA” on our website or follow the link https://maasikas.emta.ee/login/?lang=en.
    Button Enter e-MTA
  2. Please select a method for signing in and follow the instructions.
    Select a method for signing in
  3. After signing in, the following text will appear.
    Information about opening e-services
    To open the e-services, please contact the customer support of the Estonian Tax and Customs Board: by e-mail e-maks@emta.ee or by telephone +372 880 0815.
     

Applying for Estonia's e-Residency


If you are unable to use the above-mentioned authentication methods, we recommend you apply for Estonia’s e-Residency. E-Residency offers foreigners secure access to Estonia’s e-services. Holders of the e-resident’s Digi-ID card can digitally sign documents and use the Digi-ID to sign in to all portals and information systems that recognise the Estonian ID-card.

You can apply for an Estonian e-resident's Digi-ID electronically at https://e-resident.gov.ee/. Consult the same web page for additional information on e-Residency and instructions on how to submit an application.
 

18.02.2020