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ISBN:
0894990772
Author:
United States Custom Service
Category:
International
Language:
English
Publisher:
Books For Business (September 3, 2003)
Pages:
132 pages
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1761 kb
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1792 kb
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1725 kb
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Importing into the United States A Guide for Commercial Importers. 13 States currency or certain United States government obligations

Importing into the United States A Guide for Commercial Importers. 1. A Notice To Our Readers. 13 States currency or certain United States government obligations. In the event that a customs broker is employed for the purpose of making entry, the broker may permit the use of his bond to provide the required coverage. Entry Summary Documentation Following presentation of the entry, the shipment may be examined, or. examination may be waived.

This publication provides an overview of the importing process and contains general information about import requirements.

The Customs modernization provisions has fundamentally altered the process by shifting to the importer the legal responsibility for declaring .

The Customs modernization provisions has fundamentally altered the process by shifting to the importer the legal responsibility for declaring the value, classification, and rate of duty applicable to entered merchandise. Chapters cover entry of goods, informed compliance, invoices, assessment of duty, classification and value, marking, special requirements for alcoholic beverages, motor vehicles and boats, import quotas, fraud, and foreign trade zones. Lists with This Book.

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Importing into the . can be a difficult process. Assessment of Duty All goods imported into the United States are subject to duty or duty-free entry depending on the HTS classification

Importing into the . Clearit USA provides a step by step guide to answer all of your questions when working with a Customs Broker. Assessment of Duty All goods imported into the United States are subject to duty or duty-free entry depending on the HTS classification. Duty Can be eliminated through trade agreements such as NAFTA.

Shipping to the United States of America. Import Customs Clearance. Transit Documents Q:What do I need to import goods into the USA? Answer : The USA allows commercial imports b. . Standard full import customs clearance process. Full range of trade advisory services. We can also provide services to help importers obtain CTPAT status as well as manage requalification. FTZ. Foreign Trade Zone Specialists as well as bonded warehousing. Q:What do I need to import goods into the USA? Answer : The USA allows commercial imports by individuals, by US companies and by foreign companies. Goods may be entered by their owner, purchaser or a Customs Broker designated by such parties.

United States Custom Service. ISBN: 0894990772; Издательство: Books For Business. This publication provides an overview of the importing process and contains general information about import requirements. The Customs modernization provisions has fundamentally altered the process by shifting to the importer the legal responsibility for declaring the value, classification, and rate of duty applicable to entered merchandise.

How To Import Commercial Goods into the United States

How To Import Commercial Goods into the United States. How To Import Commercial Goods into Canada. We also have an excellent guide on How to Import from China. What is Clearing Customs? Clearing customs is two-pronged. I recommend most new importers to use a customs broker on their first shipment as there are a lot of other obstacles to deal with and a customs broker is an inexpensive mentor along the way. However, I also recommend all importers, after a couple of successful imports, to clear customs at least once on their own so they can get a true taste for how the entire process works.

This publication provides an overview of the importing process and contains general information about import requirements. This edition contains much new and revised material brought about because of changes in the law, particularly the Customs Modernization Act. The Customs modernization provisions has fundamentally altered the process by shifting to the importer the legal responsibility for declaring the value, classification, and rate of duty applicable to entered merchandise.

Chapters cover entry of goods, informed compliance, invoices, assessment of duty, classification and value, marking, special requirements for alcoholic beverages, motor vehicles and boats, import quotas, fraud, and foreign trade zones.

  • Kupidon
If you import you must have this book. It covers all the aspects and helps you understand the problems you will encounter. It isn't expensive, and it containes all the basic data you must know. It doesn't replace a good customs broker, but read it before you start importing.
  • Drelajurus
All of the information in this book is available through the US customs website. Don't waste your money.

The bonus chapter is a shameless plug for you to use the services of a couple Hong Kong firm's who the author apparently is associated with. Skip this book.
  • Olelifan
A great resource for first time and experienced importers who do not fully understand their responsibilites as an importer.