Customs | Customs Brokers

Customs brokers assist importers in “clearing” their imported goods through the border into the US. This involves preparing documents and/or electronic filings, calculating (and usually paying) taxes, duties and excises to Customs on behalf of the importer, and facilitating communication between the importer/exporter and governmental authorities.

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Customs brokers in the US also submit documentation for obtaining clearance from other government agencies, such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Fish and Wildlife Service, and many others.

Knowing the requirements of each type of import helps companies avoid costly delays or Customs seizure of improperly declared merchandise.  Difficulties may arise during the importation process because of some innocent miscommunication between Customs brokers and FDA officials. These difficulties can result in costly delays, detention, or rejection of imported articles.  If the miscommunications are not corrected, FDA may refuse admission to the imported goods., LLC has a team of experienced consultants and affiliated attorneys to help you resolve any problems that may result during the importation process., LLC is a full-service regulatory consulting firm with consultants and affiliated attorneys having substantial experience in the field of customs brokerage regulations and requirements.

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At, LLC we make certain our importing clients understand the importation process and assist our clients in identifying appropriate actions and responses should Customs demand redelivery of a conditionally released product, or should that agency issue a demand for payment of liquidated damages pursuant to the importation bond. It is important for your company to know and follow the laws, regulations, and procedures when importing products into the United States. Get Started.