Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)

D8-2-8, Samples of Negligible Value (Tariff Items 9990.00.00 and 9991.00.00)

September 26, 2016

This memorandum outlines the conditions under which imported goods may be classified under tariff items. 9990.00.00 or 9991.00.00 of the Customs Tariff, and may qualify for a remission of the goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) and any other taxes owing under the Excise Tax Act.

This memorandum has been revised to reflect changes to paragraphs 26 and 31. An omission in paragraph 14 of the French version only was rectified in this version as well.

E669, Declaration of Minor Processing in US

February 8, 2010

8 February 2010

E669, Declaration of Minor Processing in the United States (CIFTA)

The CBSA has updated the form E669, Declaration of Minor Processing in The United States (CIFTA).

Form E669 is used as additional proof of origin for certain CIFTA originating goods that have entered into the territory of the United States for minor processing or for any processing that does not increase the transaction value of the goods by greater than 10%.

CBSA/CFIA Data Elements: Province/State Code Elem

February 5, 2010

5 February 2010

CBSA/CFIA Data Elements: Province/State Code Elem - Postal/Zip Code

The following message is from CBSA (EDI10-010). We understand that the following message relates to a procedure outlined in an earlier message: http://www.cscb.ca/050/rs_prev_e.cfm?ID=23297. Although it appears that a fix will be in place later today, please advise the ECU and the CSCB if the port you are dealing with will not accept paper. The CSCB will be following up with CFIA.

D8-1-1, Amendments to Temporary Importation Regs

February 3, 2010

3 February 2010

D8-1-1, Amendments to Temporary Importation (Tariff Item no. 9993.00.00) Regulations

This memorandum outlines the conditions under which goods may qualify for duty-free entry under tariff item No. 9993.00.00. It also identifies those circumstances where temporarily imported goods are entitled to full or partial relief of the goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST).

Revisions

An alternative way to enter Canada

February 3, 2010

3 February 2010

An alternative way to enter Canada

The new Automated Border Clearance kiosks are a secure and innovative service designed to accelerate passenger screening and border processing. Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada who have a valid Canadian passport or permanent resident card now have the option of using an Automated Border Clearance kiosk to clear the border upon returning to Canada.

The two-year pilot is now under way at Vancouver International Airport.

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