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Step-by-Step Guide to Importing Commercial Goods into Canada
This guide provides you with an overview of the commercial importing process for businesses importing goods into Canada. It is intended to complement and not replace existing regulations, acts and references.

U.S. Classification Reference Codes
U.S. Classification Reference Codes (ATP, IATA, NAICS, Schedule C, D, K, SIC)

U.S. Customs Border Protection (CBP) Forms Global Agricultural Trade System (GATS)
Customs Declaration forms in different languages, Air Cargo Manifest, Declaration of Free Entry of Unaccompanied Articles, Certificate of Origin etc.

U.S. Customs Office
U.S. Customs and Border Protection encourages importers/exporters to become familiar with the applicable laws and regulations. This information promotes the understanding of this responsibility, as there may be specific requirements related to a particular commodity, such as those set by Partner Government Agencies (PGA). The information includes:

* Importing Into the United States
* Information on Centers of Excellence and Expertise
* Internet Purchases
* Non-Resident, Returning Military and Returning Official Government Employee Importations of Personal Vehicle for Personal Use
* Change in Non-Compliant Mini-Truck Importations
* Importing a Motor Vehicle
* Foreign Trade Zones

* Electronic Export Information
* Export Licenses
* Exporting a Motor Vehicle
* Changes to the Foreign Trade Regulations Export Requirements
* Interim Final Rule on Social Security Number

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