Customs self-assessment program for carriers: Rv55-5/23-2-1-2017E-PDF
"This memorandum outlines and explains the policies and procedures relating to the reporting and transportation of goods into Canada by a carrier authorized under the Customs Self-Assessment (CSA) program. The memorandum also provides information on how to apply for a CSA authorization under the program, as well as information relating to the refusal, suspension or cancellation of a CSA authorization. Under the CSA program, an authorized carrier may report eligible goods to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) using a CSA clearance process and, before release, deliver those goods in Canada directly to the place of business of an authorized importer, the owner of the goods, or a consignee of the importer. A glossary of terms used in this document is included at the beginning of this memorandum"--p. [1-2].
|Department/Agency||Canada Border Services Agency.|
|Title||Customs self-assessment program for carriers|
|Series Title||Customs D memoranda. D23, Trusted traders,|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Programme d’autocotisation des douanes pour les transporteurs. Caption title. "Superseded Memorandum D: D3-1-7 dated December 10, 2010"--p. 59.|
|Number of Pages||59 p.|
|Subject Terms||Imports, Transport, Customs and excise|
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