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CBPbrokers' Customs Clearance Service

CBPbrokers have a team of licensed customs brokers certified by US Customs and Border Protection, CBPbrokers can strictly follow the US customs regulations and the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States, make the correct HTSUS classification, and file relevant required documents to other specific government agencies in a timely manner, and determine the total duties and fees, so that whether it is ocean shipments or air shipments, your goods will get release approval by CBP on the same day that the goods arrives the port of destination. CBPbrokers clearance services include, but not limited to:

  •  ISF 10+2 Import Security Filing
  •  HS Code Classification
  •  Customs Tariff Consultation
  •  Automatic Notification of Cargo Clearance Information
  •  Remote Location Filing
  •  Annual Bond
  •  Drawback
  •  Handling CBP seizure and forfeiture of goods
  •  Post Entry Summary Correction
  •  Anti-dumping and countervailing duty declarations
  •  CBP ACH account application
  •  Customs clearance of goods in CFS warehouses or other bonded warehouses
  •  Temporary Importation Declaration
  •  Consultation on customs import regulations
  •  Consultation on customs export regulations
  •  Border clearance services in Mexico and Canada
  •  Other Government Agencies (OGA) declaration services:
     US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
     US Department of Agriculture (USDA ) )
     U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (F&W)
     U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
     U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
     U.S. Federal Communications Administration (FCC)
     U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)
     U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

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The importer/exporter is solely responsible for his act of importation/exportation, and he is solely liable for the the duties, fees, and penalties upon his act of importation/exportation. The information provided on is to our best knowledge and experiences and it is not your definitive source for information. If you have any doubts or need additional clarifications, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and other US government agencies are the definitive sources for your questions.