You will need two copies of the Commercial Invoice, one must accompany the freight from the point of pickup to the point of customs clearance, the other should be attached to the Bill of Lading. This document is simply an invoice with a complete description of the goods being shipped, along with the proper valuations and currency information.
Pre-arrival Review System (PARS)The Pre-arrival Review System (PARS) is one option of the line release process which is available to importers. The PARS release information contains the shipment's estimated time and date of arrival, the invoice data and the original copy of any required permits.You can submit PARS documentation/data up to 30 days before the goods arrive in Canada, so Canada Customs can process the documentation and enter the cargo control number and either a recommendation for release or examination into our computer system. The release recommendation will be ready when your goods arrive if you submit your PARS request at least:
When your shipment arrives, Canada Customs will release it in minutes unless an examination is required. For further information on PARS please contact your customs broker. Message Us Today & discover the SHIPNORTHAMERICA advantage.
Download the Canadian customs invoice template to send a package outside the country into Canada. The document should be attached to the package and list a description of the item in addition to its quantity, price, and weight. All taxes will be paid by the individual/business to whom the package is being sent.
Brokerage Questionnaire This is a form that collects data from importers about their products, how they operate and interact with customs and other government agencies. Applicable to Air & Sea Freight.
The entry must be accompanied by evidence that a bond has been posted with CBP to cover any potential duties, taxes, and charges that may accrue. Bonds may be secured through a resident U.S. surety company, but may be posted in the form of United States currency or certain United States government obligations. In the event that a customs broker is employed for the purpose of making entry, the broker may permit the use of his bond to provide the required coverage. 2b1af7f3a8