Any shipment that enters any of United States Ports must be reported to US Customs at the time of arrival for Customs clearance. Bear in mind that there are thousands of regulations and tariffs, therefore choosing an experienced customs brokerage will help facilitate your shipment. CIL Freight will make sure all necessary regulations and certifications are met for your shipment, such filing the ISF prior to your shipments departure and ensuring your documents are in order. For us, all shipping/transportation services whether simple or complex, your shipment will always be our priority.
To make or file an entry the following documentation are required. (Some products might be request additional information, certificate or document, and it depends on the products and Customs regulation.)ISF filing:
On January 26, 2009, the new rule titled Importer Security Filing and Additional Carrier Requirements (commonly known as "10+2") went into effect. This rule applies to import cargo arriving to the United States by vessel. Failure to comply with the rule could ultimately result in monetary penalties, increased inspections and delay of cargo.
ISF Form templet , G.I.A from for late ISFImport:
For any further information to help you successfully manage your import management, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information can be found on the Customs website at www.customs.gov
CBP Form download: httT://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/publications/forms
Harmonized Tariff Schedule : httT://www.cbp.gov/document/guidance/harmonized-tariff-schedule#