A FIRM report is important for every Canadian importer. Read on to understand FIRM reports, why they matter to you, and how to request them from CBSA.
If you’re shipping and importing goods into the United States, you may be responsible for filing an Importer Security Filing (ISF). ISF is required for all ocean shipments coming in by vessel to the United States. Don’t be caught off guard by the complexity and cost of the process. Read on to learn everything you need to know.
As an importer, are you related to your vendor? Read on to understand the concept of related persons and its impact on determining the valuation method that best applies to your business.
De minimis thresholds with respect to customs duty and taxes for courier imports have changed under CUSMA. Read on to find out everything you need to know on how these new de minimis thresholds can impact your business.
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).
The NCBFAA Educational Institute (NEI) is looking for importers and exporters to take a quick survey about their experience with their customs brokers and offer their thoughts on the industry overall.