Canada Customs Invoice
The primary form that is legally required for importing goods into Canada. All information must be true, accurate and complete. SAMPLE Canada Customs Invoice Form
Canada Customs Invoice Requirements (CBSA)
This Memorandum explains the customs invoice requirements for commercial goods imported into Canada.
CUSMA / USMCA / T-MEC Certification of Origin
The CUSMA Certificate of Origin is strictly for eligible goods from Canada, the U.S. and/or Mexico and valued over $3,300 CAD. It is used to request a lower duty rate for eligible commercial goods entering Canada under the new North American Free Trade Agreement. If eligible, it's important to note that this program replaces the previous NAFTA. It remains non-mandatory for your imports, and assistance is still highly recommended. If you do not wish to use our template, you may use this guide to providing the required data elements.
Confirmation of Sale
Modified Canada Customs Invoice for use with fruits and vegetable products being imported into Canada. (Updated January 2006)
Pro Forma Invoice
Standard Pro Forma Invoice that can be used for less than $1600 Canadian.
CFIA Import Declaration
Food Products used for Human Consumption
CFIA Attestation Letter and Guidelines
For food imported with an insignificant quantity of meat. This form must be completed on the Canadian importer's letterhead.
Please feel free to contact ABC Customs Brokers Client Services Team at 604.538.5877 if you require assistance.
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