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BROKERAGE CONSULTATION

  • 1 hour
  • Online

Service Description

Documentation Preparation: Customs brokers help clients prepare and organize the necessary documentation required for customs clearance. This includes preparing and submitting customs declarations, commercial invoices, packing lists, bills of lading, and other relevant paperwork. HTS Classification: Assist in determining the correct tariff classification for goods being imported or exported. We have in-depth knowledge of the Harmonized System (HS) codes and can accurately classify products according to the applicable customs tariffs and regulations. ISF Filing: ISF stands for Importer Security Filing. It is a requirement imposed by the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for importers or their authorized agents to submit specific information about cargo being imported into the United States. The purpose of ISF filing is to enhance the security of the international supply chain and enable CBP to identify high-risk shipments before they arrive in the country. Entry Filing: Entry filing involves submitting various documents to the customs authorities, which may include the commercial invoice, packing list, bill of lading or airway bill, import license (if applicable), certificates of origin, and any other relevant documents required by the customs regulations of the importing country. Customs Bonds: Let us help you determine the appropriate type and amount of bond required to meet the customs regulations of the importing country. TIB (Temporary Imports Under Bonds): We can help facilitate the temporary importation of goods for specific purposes without incurring the full duties, taxes, or fees that would typically apply to permanent imports. This allows you to showcase their products, conduct testing, or perform repairs or modifications without the burden of permanent importation costs. Valuation Assistance: Provide guidance on the valuation of goods for customs purposes. They help clients determine the appropriate customs value, ensuring compliance with the valuation methods specified by customs authorities. Trade Compliance: Customs brokers keep abreast of changes in customs regulations, trade agreements, and other trade-related requirements. They advise clients on compliance matters, such as import/export restrictions, licensing requirements, trade sanctions, and product certifications.


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