Just Forward all attachment/documents (Invoice,  Packing-list,  Bill-of-lading / BL,  ISF Form)  + Photos-of-Import-items   + materials that is made out of, (on all doc's).  + if
any,
Country-of-Origin,  +  if any, Quantity of Pallet(s). . +  Fumigation-Certificate/Report   + other related documents to your shipment (if any).  that you received from your
suppler(s).  Within few hours you will be receiving your ISF Transaction Number/US Customs Conformation report.  IF shipment is your personal
USED items, US Customs
will need your
Pass-Port & Visa with Foreign address & how long you had lived in that address.

After/Before we have filed ISF with US Customs, you will be receiving our ISF Filing Invoice &/or ISF Transaction # (US Customs Confirmation #) that is issued by US
.   Customs, within 3-4 hours.  Payment can be made by company or personal check (if invoice is lower than $300), made payable to  ISF Customs Broker  &   SCANNED-
.    email to (isf@isfCustomsBroker.com )  a check copy  BEFORE mailing the original check to 2018 Pacific Coast Hwy #200,  City of Lomita, CA.  90717
.    As we receive your emailed/faxed check, we will electronically scan (deposit) the check to our bank. Otherwise, payment MUST be with Wire-Transfer or Direct-
.    Deposit-to-Our-Bank or Western-Union. (NO credit cards, NO money-order, NO bank check, NO E-check, NO others)   All payment MUST be cleared with our bank & our
.    accounting office, + US Customs (if any) +  all US Government Agencies (if any) + Etc.(if any). (click here) details


Summary: Service Agreement,  Each ISF Filing is $95  + Your Continuous Bond  OR  Single ISF Bond,  +&/or  (IF ANY) Late ISF Filing & Bond.  For more details (click here)

Also, we could help you with Customs Clearing: Contact us 7 days before your shipment is in US port.  (
click here) & look Part 2-2
Customs and Border Protection to Begin Enforcing Import Security Filing on July 9, 2013
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that they will begin full enforcement of Importer Security Filing (ISF) regulations on July 9, 2013 and will start issuing
liquidated damages against ISF importers and carriers for ISF non-compliance.

LATE OR INACCURATE ISF TRANSMISSIONS
CBP will assess liquidated damages in accordance with the relevant mitigation guidelines which were published in the CBP Bulletin on July 17, 2009. There can be multiple
errors on an ISF transmission and in accordance with the guidelines, CBP may assess / fines a claim for liquidated damages as follows:

$5,000 per late ISF,
$5,000 per inaccurate ISF, and
$5,000 for the first inaccurate ISF update.

Additional Statutory Penalties may be assessed for serious or repetitive violations.

FAILURE TO FILE AN ISF
Because liquidated damages cannot be assessed for the failure to file an ISF if no bond is in place, CBP will withhold the release or transfer of the cargo until CBP receives
the required ISF information and has had the opportunity to review the documentation and conduct any necessary examination. CBP also reserves the right to not permit
unlading of merchandise for which no ISF has been filed, and, if such cargo is unladen without permission, it may be subject to seizure.

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS:
Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2415, the statute of limitations for ISF liquidated damages is six years from the date of the breach of the bond. CBP will not limit its authority to enforce
the ISF requirements.


MITIGATION GUIDELINES:
First violation: If an ISF Importer incurs a liquidated damages claim for filing a late or inaccurate ISF or an inaccurate ISF update, the liquidated damages claim may be
cancelled upon payment of an amount between $1,000 and $2,000, depending on the presence of mitigating or aggravating factors, if CBP determines that law enforcement
goals were not compromised by the violation.

Subsequent Violations: If an ISF Importer incurs a subsequent liquidated damages claim for filing a late or inaccurate ISF or an inaccurate ISF update, the liquidated
damages claim may be cancelled upon payment of an amount not less than $2,500 if CBP determines that law enforcement goals were not compromised by the violation.

No relief will be granted if CBP determines that law enforcement goals were compromised by the violation.

ADDITIONAL MITIGATION FOR C-TPAT PARTICIPANTS:
An ISF Importer which is a certified Tier 2 or Tier 3 C-TPAT member may receive additional mitigation of up to 50% of the normal mitigation amount, depending upon tier of
C-TPAT participation.
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