Determining the correct tariff for textile and apparel can be a daunting task. Here's how the classification process for a T-shirt works.
Do you have Reason to Believe that the information in your import declaration is incorrect? Read on to learn about what you can do when this happens.
As an importer or exporter, you need to understand the difference between HS Codes, HTSUS Codes, and Schedule B Codes. Here is what you need to know.
As a Canadian exporter, you must report your export information using the new Canadian Export Reporting System (CERS). Here is what you need to know.
If you're importing goods to Canada or the USA, a Certificate of Origin (CO) is one of the documents you will need to provide. This document assists Customs in the assessment of the Rules of Origin and verification of the duties and taxes required on your imported goods. Here's everything you need to know about this documentation requirement for Customs.
Do you understand what products are considered cosmetics by CBSA? Importing cosmetics into Canada can be complex because of strict regulations and acts imposed by the Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) and Health Canada. Understand all the rules related to importing cosmetics into Canada and ensure you do not face any issues or penalties during the process here.
Did you know that you have the option to file an appeal with Canada Customs/CBSA regarding their assessment on your import(s)/entry if you believe it to be inaccurate or incorrect? Here's everything you need to know on filing a post-entry appeal on your import(s).
Did you know, as an importer you can correct discrepancies in the information provided to CBSA at the time of release of your goods? Filing a request is mandatory to amend discrepancies that result in either duty payable or a nil amount owed to CBSA. Here's everything you need to know on filing a post-entry correction on your import(s).