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Once a customs broker reviews your import details you will be contacted
with any additional requirements to complete your import properly.
These links connect you to the most common shipping documents.
A commercial invoice is the basic document from which the buyer or importer pays the vendor or exporter. On import shipments, the commercial invoice generally serves a dual purpose: to enable the exporter to collect his/her money and to assist the importer in clearing the goods through customs.
The bill of lading is a document, issued to a shipper/exporter by a carrier or trucking company, that describes the goods to be shipped, acknowledges their receipt and states the terms of the contract for their carriage.
The North American Free Trade Agreement is a preferential tariff program, which allows zero or decreased duty for products that qualify under the provisions of the agreement. Not all goods crossing the U.S.-Canada border qualify for NAFTA treatment.
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