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CBP434 NAFTA Certificate of Origin (CBP Form)

Instructions for preparing CBP434 NAFTA Certificate of Origin (CBP Form)
Adobe Adobe format: file size - 125 KB

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Purpose and Use:
Form 434 is required by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for imports from Mexico or Canada and for exports from the U.S. to Mexico or Canada for which the importer of record is seeking preferential tariff treatment under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).  Article 502 of NAFTA provides that only importers who present a valid Certificate of Origin may claim preferential tariff rates.

Regulatory Facts:

  • Regulatory Agency :  U.S. Customs and Border Protection
  • Agency Form No. : CBP 434
  • OMB No.: 1651-0098
  • Form Rev. Date: 4/97
  • Unz. Stock No.: W19-765

Compliance Tips

Common Errors to Avoid:

  • Use of incorrect preference criterion to establish duty deferral

Price:

CBP434 NAFTA Certificate of Origin (CBP Form)

CAT. No. Description  
W19-765 5-part snap set - Carbonless Pricing

CBP7501 Entry Summary

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Purpose and Use:
CBP Form 7501 Entry Summary is used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to establish duty rates on imported goods, record statistical data, and provide a summary of the import transaction by classification and value. Generally, imported goods are released via CBP Form 3461 (Entry/Immediate Delivery) and the Entry Summary Document follows. The Entry Summary must be presented to CBP within 10 work days of the release of the goods along with the entry documentation package. This package consists of the CBP 3461, commercial invoice, packing list copy, bill of lading and any other certificates required to determine admissability.

Regulatory Facts:

  • Regulatory Agency:  U.S. Customs and Border Protection
  • Agency Form No.:  CBP 7501
  • OMB No.: 1651-022
  • Form Rev. Date:  4/05
  • Unz Stock No.:  W16-755

Compliance Tips

Common Errors to Avoid:

  • Incorrect classification and Harmonized Tariff System number

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CBP7501 Entry Summary

CAT. No. Description  
W16-755 5-part continuous - Carbonless
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CBP19 Protest

Instructions for preparing CBP19 Protest


Adobe Adobe format: file size - 2.60 MB

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Purpose and Use:
CBP Form 19 is used by the importer to protest certain actions by Customs, related to the import of merchandise. Part 174 of the Customs Regulations allows for this alternative whenever the importer of record believes that Customs should reconsider dispositions on the import of merchandise concerning either the appraised value of the goods, liquidation of an entry, exclusion of merchandise, or refusal by Customs to pay a duty drawback claim. The Protest must be submitted within 90 days after a demand for payment or notice of liquidation has been received from Customs. The Form CBP 19 must be submitted in quadruplicate to the Customs Port Director whose decision is being protested.

Regulatory Facts:

  • Regulatory Agency: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
  • Agency Form No.: CBP 19
  • OMB No.: 1651-0017
  • Form Rev. Date: 12/95
  • Unz Stock No.: W15-190

Compliance Tips

Common Errors to Avoid:

  • Use of form for protest on Customs actions other than those permitted by regulation

Price:

CBP19 Protest

CAT. No. Description  
W15-190 Pad - Single Sheets
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CBP3311 Declaration for Free Entry of Returned American Products


Instructions for preparing CBP3311 Declaration for Free Entry of Returned American Products
Adobe Adobe format: file size - 959 KB

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Purpose and Use:
CBP Form 3311 is used by the importer to claim duty free privilege for the return of goods of  United States origin which were previously exported from the U.S. The goods may not have been previously exported under the benefit of a drawback program, must be wholly of U.S. origin, and may not have been advanced in value or improved in condition by any process while outside of the U.S. 

Regulatory Facts:

  • Regulatory Agency: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
  • Agency Form No.: CBP 3311
  • OMB No.: 1651-0011
  • Form Rev. Date: 6/96
  • Unz Stock No.: W15-200

Compliance Tips

Common Errors to Avoid:

  • Duty free entry claimed for goods modified while abroad
  • Failure to provide formal entry number

Price:

CBP3311 Declaration for Free Entry of Returned American Products
CAT. No. Description  
W15-200 3 Part Carbonless Snap Set (100/pack)
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CBP3495 Application for Exportation of Article under Special Bond


Instructions for preparing CBP3495 Application for Exportation of Article under Special Bond
Adobe Adobe format: file size - 1.03 MB

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Purpose and Use:
CBP Form 3495 is used for the export of articles previously entered into the U.S. temporarily and without the payment of duty. This would include articles entered under a Temporary Importation Bond (TIB) and may also include articles entered under the benefit of a carnet. The exporter must assure and verify that the Temporary Importation Bond, if used,  is properly closed at exportation. Failure to do so will result in severe penalties and liquidated damages assessed by Customs.  

Regulatory Facts:

  • Regulatory Agency: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
  • Agency Form No.: CBP 3495
  • OMB No.: 1651-0004
  • Form Rev. Date: 8/99
  • Unz Stock No.: W15-210

Compliance Tips

Common Errors to Avoid:

  • Failure to file form in a timely manner as required by regulations
  • Failure to attach a copy of export commercial invoice as required

Price:

CBP3495 Application for Exportation of Article under Special Bond

CAT. No. Description  
W15-210 3 Part Carbonless Snap Set (100/pack)
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CBP4455 Certification of Registration


Instructions for preparing CBP4455 Certification of Registration
Adobe Adobe format: file size - 845 KB

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Purpose and Use:
CBP Form 4455 is used to register articles and defer payment of duty on articles which will be exported temporarily and  subsequently returned to the U.S. . The articles may be either for personal use while abroad, being sent for repair or alteration, or of foreign origin which will be returned unaltered or not advanced in condition. Duty deferral is determined by Customs upon re-importation with the Form 4455 submitted as proof of registration of the goods prior to temporary export. Costs of any foreign alterations, repairs, or processing of the goods if applicable are subject to customs duties on return of the goods to the U.S.

Regulatory Facts:

  • Regulatory Agency: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
  • Agency Form No.: CBP 4455
  • OMB No.: 1651-0010
  • Form Rev. Date: 6/00
  • Unz Stock No.: W15-215

Compliance Tips

Common Errors to Avoid:

  • Failure to list any serial numbers of articles if applicable

Price:

CBP4455 Certification of Registration

CAT. No. Description  
W15-215 3 Part Carbonless Snap Set (100/pack)
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CBP7553 Notice of Intent to Export, Destroy, or Return Mechandise for Purposes of Drawback


Instructions for preparing CBP7553 Notice of Intent to Export, Destroy, or Return Mechandise for Purposes of Drawback

Adobe Adobe format: file size - 1.13 MB

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Purpose and Use:
CBP Form 7553 is used to apply for duty drawback. The form certifies to Customs that certain actions will take place in accordance with a previously approved drawback agreement between Customs and the U.S. importer.

Regulatory Facts:

  • Regulatory Agency: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
  • Agency Form No.: CBP 7553
  • OMB No.: 1515-0213
  • Form Rev. Date: 8/01
  • Unz Stock No.: W15-220

Compliance Tips

Common Errors to Avoid:

  • Failure to provide original Harmonized Tariff Schedule Number
  • Failure to specify applicable drawback filing information reference disposition of merchandise

Price:

CBP7553 Notice of Intent to Export, Destroy, or Return Mechandise for Purposes of Drawback

CAT. No. Description  
W15-220 3 Part Carbonless Snap Set (100/pack)
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I-408 Application to Pay Off/Discharge Alien Crew

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Purpose and Use:
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency requires that airlines and ocean shipping companies document the discharge of alien crewmembers. This document must be filed in triplicate at the nearest office of ICE at the U.S. port of call at which crewmembers disembark and are discharged.

Regulatory Facts:

  • Regulatory Agency: U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
  • Agency Form:  I-408
  • OMB No.: 1115-0073
  • Form  Revision Date: 5/00
  • Unz Stock No. :  W15-115

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I-408 Application to Pay Off/Discharge Alien Crew

CAT. No. Description  
W15-115 3-part snap sets
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Customs In-bond Warning Label


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Purpose and Use:
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) requires that merchandise moving in-bond within the Customs Territory of the United States be prominently labeled to indicate in-bond status.  This label indicates that the merchandise is under bond and must be delivered intact and untampered to the CBP officer in charge at the port of destination for entry processing.

Regulatory Facts:

  • Regulatory Agency: U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
  • Agency Form No.:  None
  • OMB No.: None
  • Unz Stock No. :  W40-070R

Price:

Customs In-bond Warning Label

CAT. No. Description  
W40-070R 5" x 2 3/4" Fluorescent Orange 
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U.S. Customs Import Forms

 


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