Service Agreement:   ISF filing // Customs Entry Filing // Single ISF Bond // Single Entry Bond.
Encompasses the terms, conditions and languages as specified in CBP-5291 (POA Form) and satisfy the requirements of 19 CFR 149.5(c)

i/Consignee/buyer/Importer/Submissioner/as-submitter hereby referred to as the Importer: By clicking Submit or viewing it, Importer(s) is/are NOT obligated to use
USCustomsClearing.com service(s) for any Current or Future or Past import/imported/importing shipment(s) as US
Custom Clearance or  ISF filing or  Single ISF Bond
or  
Single Entry Bond or  Continuous Bond  or  any services.  However, if  Importer / Consignee does use(d) the service(s), This Service agreement (ISF Filing, Customs
Entry filing, Bonds & etc) encompasses the terms, conditions and languages as specified in  
CBP-5291 (Power of Attorney Form) and satisfy the requirements of  19
CFR 149.5(c) and shall be retained by USCustomsClearing.com for as long as applicants/importer/consignee continues to use our services.

IF Importer-id  (SSN# or EIN/IRS# or CAN# or ITIN#) or ANY info is off-by-one-digit/letter,  US Customs/Agencies can/will Confiscate/Seize/Penalize/Fines/Examine/
ISF-
Hold/ISF-Penalty/Re-File-ISF/ Re-File-Entry/add-to-DPL & etc.   Consigne/Importer  is fully  RESPONSIBLE:  Laws/permits/fees/etc.   US Federal Attorney (click here)
For more details, call  
213-270-1930  // Disclaimer / Terms / Conditions / Agreement  will be in effect  &  US Customs/Agencies  (Import  requirements)
Importer Name (First, Middle & Last)
Your Position/Title of  Company
IF Other
Your Name, ONLY IF your are importing under your Name (First, Middle & Last)  OR
Company Name, ONLY IF you are importing under company Name
Importer is importing with & paying duty/tax with:
- Inc / Corp / LLC Company / 147c (Ex: 12-3456789 = FEIN / EIN / Tax-id / IRS #) (NOT NOT a state sales tax number)
-
Individual / Sole Proprietorship (Ex: 123-45-6879 = S.S.N # ) (Only if you are importing under your name)
-
Non-Resident / Foreigner  (Ex: 123456-12345 = CAN  / Custom Assigned Number CBP)
Do you currently
have
Import Bond?
IF YES, type of Bond,
IF NOT, type in NO
IF (SSN# / Tax-id/EIN/IRS# / CAN#) &/or ANY INFO is off-by-one-digit/letter,  US Customs/Agencies can/will  Confiscate/Seize/Penalize/Fines. (Please DOUBLE CHECK)
Importer is?
Years in Business
IF Inc  /  Corp. State of?
(IF NOT inc.  leave blank)
IF  LLC State of?
(IF NOT inc.  leave blank)
Shipment is coming to:  Address, City, State and Zip (No PO. Box)
IF any Other address's (No PO. Box)
E-mail:
Phone #  Ex: (123) 456-7890
Cell#  Ex: (123) 456-7890
General Description of Merchandise you are/will be importing
Countries you are/will be Importing From:
mm/dd/yyyy of Departure from Foreign Port (IF unknown type in unknown)
mm/dd/yyyy of arrival at US  Port (IF unknown type in unknown)
Estimated Import Value of this Shipment (in U.S. Dollars)
Name of US  Port arriving at (IF unknown type in unknown)
Have you imported it before?? (No  or   Yes)    IF yes (yyyy)
SCAC code with HBL #  (House Bill Lading)
IF unknown type in unknown (HBL info given by your Shipper)
SCAC code with MBL #  (Master Bill Lading)   or   AWB  (Air Way-Bill)
IF unknown type in unknown (MBL / AWB info given by your Shipper)
SCAC code with AMS #  (Automated Manifest System)
IF unknown type in unknown (AMS info given by your Shipper)
All Sea/Ocean shipment to US Sea Port has 2 (two) parts of process by us/US Customs,  ISF Filing & Customs Clearing. (click here to understand 2 parts)
IF you did
NOT understand the 2 parts of process, do NOT click submit, call or email us.
This Shipment is being
Transported to US Port by?
Are you importing any  ADD /
Anti Dumping Duties Goods
How Did You Hear About Us:
What is your Incoterms with your
Supplier / ShippER /
Bill-of-Lading
Questions / Comments / or Feedback:
MUST review before clicking Submit:
Disclaimer /Terms/Conditions/Agreements:  (
ISF filing // Customs Entry Filing  // Single ISF Bond  //  Single Entry Bond)
i/Consignee/buyer/Importer/Submissioner/as-submitter hereby referred to as the Importer: By clicking Submit or viewing it, Importer(s) is/are
NOT obligated to use
USCustomsClearing.com service(s) for any Current or Future or Past import/imported/importing shipment(s) as US
Custom Clearance or  ISF filing or  Single ISF
Bond or  Single Entry Bond or  Continuous Bond  or  any services.  However, if  Importer / Consignee does use(d) the service(s), This Service agreement (ISF Filing,
Customs Entry filing, Bonds & etc) encompasses the terms, conditions and languages as specified in  
CBP-5291 (Power of Attorney Form) and satisfy the
requirements of  
19 CFR 149.5(c) and shall be retained by USCustomsClearing.com for as long as applicants/importer/consignee continues to use our services
For more details, call  
213-270-1930  // Disclaimer / Terms / Conditions / Agreement  will be in effect  &  US Customs/Agencies  (Import  requirements)


IF Importer-id  (SSN# or EIN/IRS# or CAN# or ITIN#) or ANY info is off-by-one-digit/letter,  US Customs/Agencies can/will  Confiscate/Seize/Penalize/Fines/Examine/
ISF-
Hold/ISF-Penalty/Re-File-ISF/ Re-File-Entry/add-to-DPL & etc.   Consigne/Importer  is fully  RESPONSIBLE:  Laws/permits/fees/etc.   US Federal Attorney (click here)
For more details, call  
213-270-1930  // Disclaimer / Terms / Conditions / Agreement  will be in effect  &  US Customs/Agencies  (Import  requirements)


If you PAID your supplier/factory for shipping cost,  99% are CIF / CNF, meaning you still need to pay for ISF,  Entry,  Bonds,  AN,  AWB,  warehouse,  port,  Trucking & etc
a.
Export  Freight  Forwarder (EFF) =  ISSUER  Bill  of  Lading (BL) = PRE-ARRANGED  BEFORE leaving  FOREIGN Port, to warehouse//port//Issuer-of-(AN) (AWB) & Etc,
b.
Import  Freight  Forwarder (IFF) =  ISSUER  Arrival  Notice (AN) / Air way Bill (AWB) (5-7 days BEFORE cargo is in US):  OVERSEER of cargo to  CFS  warehouse//port.
c.
Import  Customs  Broker (ICB)  =  Messenger (ie: intermediary)  between  US Customs/CBP & Importer:  (NOT between your Forwarders/Shipper/Supplier/ETC)
d.
Import  Customs  Broker (ICB) =  Four Basic Services to Importer:  To File your  ISF,  Entry,  Bonds & if any, arrange  DOMESTIC  Trucking.    
e.
Domestic  Freight  Broker (DFB) =  Messenger (ie: cargo travel agent)  between Importer  &  your Trucker  &  your warehouse//port.  
f.  To estimate domestic trucking arrangement cost, we must have your  
Arrival  Notice  from your  IFF.    All trucking is to your Curbside  or  unloading dock / ramp.


If ISF was Filed LATE,  EXPECTED Four-Other-Extra-Step:  
(a
) AFTER your cargo is US,  21 days of DELAY.    (b) Exam by US Customs//Agencies.   (c) Exam / Storage fees are average $100-$6500  Pre-shipment  &  Etc.
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Disclaimer, Terms & Conditions (click here)
Dale Dong Young Park, dba A Plus Customs Broker
(Filer Code AEF)

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Normally on SEA LCL International shipping: As importer, there are 10 party involved with 9 vendor payments:
BEFORE any shipment arrangement, you should negotiate your shipping terms (
click here) with your supplier/factory & shipping company.
1. You/importer/Consignee.  
2. Your factory/supplier payments.
3. Your foreign freight forwarder payment.  
4.
Your Cargo Insurance/all risk/total lost).
5.
Your SF Filing Agent (SEA Shipment ONLY).
6.
Your Customs Clearing Agent payment.
7.
Your US freight agent / freight forwarder / Carrier payment.    
8.
Your Exam US Customs Exam Site. & US Government Agencies.
9.
your CFS warehouse payment/LCL SEA shipment.
10.
Domestic trucking arrange payment or Pick-up your shipment yourself.
Normally on SEA Full Container International shipping: As importer, there are 10 party involved with 9 vendor payments:
BEFORE any shipment arrangement, you should negotiate your shipping terms (
click here) with your supplier/factory & shipping company.
1. You/importer.  
2. Your factory/supplier payments.
3. Your foreign freight forwarder payment.    
4.
Your Cargo Insurance/all risk/total lost).
5.
Your ISF Filing Agent (SEA Shipment ONLY).
6.
Your Customs Clearing Agent payment,
7.
Your US freight agent / freight forwarder / Carrier payment,
8.
Your Exam US Customs Exam Site. & US Government Agencies.   
9.
Your Sea Terminal Port payment/FULL Container,   
10.
Domestic trucking arrange payment or Pick-up your shipment yourself.  
Normally on AIR International shipping: As importer, there are 9 party involved with 8 payments:
BEFORE any shipment arrangement, you should negotiate your shipping terms (
click here) with your supplier/factory & shipping company.
1. You/importer.  
2. Your factory/supplier payments.
3. Your foreign freight forwarder payment.  
4.
Your Cargo Insurance/all risk/total lost).
5.
Your Customs Clearing Agent payment,
6.
Your US freight agent / freight forwarder / Carrier payment,     
7.
Your Exam US Customs Exam Site. & US Government Agencies.
8.
Your Airport Terminal Port payment,    
9.
Domestic trucking arrange payment or Pick-up your shipment yourself.