CUSTOMS BONDS FOR USA IMPORTERS
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What is a customs import bond?
A customs clearance bond is a type of surety bond that is required by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for certain imports. The bond guarantees that the importer will comply with all applicable customs regulations, including paying all applicable duties and taxes.
The amount of the bond is based on the value of the imported goods. For example, if the value of the goods is $10,000, the bond will be for $10,000.
There are two types of customs clearance bonds: single entry bonds and continuous bonds.
How is my import bond used?
A continuous import bond is good at any U.S. port and can be used by any Customs Broker or Freight Forwarder you choose to clear your entries. An Importer may only have one continuous import bond on file with U.S. Customs at a time. When a bond is placed, U.S. Customs issues it a unique bond number tying the bond to the company’s Importer Number (aka Tax ID). The broker/FF then files the import documents providing the bond number upon entry. Regardless of where the bond is purchased, it remains a policy of the surety and there is no ownership of this bond by a third party (broker/FF). TRG’s Clients enjoy the freedom of utilizing multiple brokers/FF while purchasing the customs bond direct.
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