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Form Owner, importer USGR declaration

A declaration by the owner, importer, consignee, or agent having knowledge of the facts regarding the claim for free entry. Click to download

Form Owner, importer repair declaration

A declaration of manufacturer, producer, exporter or importer of textiles and textile products. This form should be completed by those involved with the manufacturer or shipment of textile products.   Click to download

Form Non-reimbursement certificate

Importers Blanket Statement of Non-Reimbursement. This is a statement advising CBP whether the importer has been reimbursed, or has entered into any agreement or understanding to be reimbursed, for Anti-Dumping Duty (ADD). Click to download

Form NAFTA Certificate of Origin (shipping to the U.S.)

North American Free Trade Agreement Certificate of Origin. For purposes of obtaining preferential tariff treatment, this form must be completed  by the exporter and be in the possession of the importer at the time the declaration is made. It may... Read more >

Form ISF-5 cover sheet

Importer Security File. This form requires you to  provide details about your shipment including port of landing and place of delivery.     Click to download

Form ISF-5 amendment cover sheet

The amendment form is used to provide corrected or added information for an ISF that has already been filed. Click to download

Form ISF-10 cover sheet

Importer Security File. This form requires you to  provide details about your shipment, including the name and address of the buyer, seller and consolidator.   Click to download

Form ISF-10 amendment cover sheet

The amendment form is used to provide corrected or added information for an ISF that has already been filed. Click to download

Form Interim Footwear Invoice

Interim Footwear Invoice. This form requires detailed information about the type of footwear being shipped.   Click to download

Form General Agency Agreement

Looking for a customs brokerage service provider? Once you’ve found your brokerage partner, you need to establish a General Agency Agreement (GAA) with them. The GAA is a legal requirement of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). Without an original... Read more >

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