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U.S Import Process


 I  ie: Background

isf aka visa

ISF aka Visa must be file by

Import Customs Broker.






 II  ie: Declaration

entry aka customs clearance

Single Entry Bond

aka Passport must be file by Import Customs Broker.






 III  ie: Manufacturer

manufacturer aka factory

Manufacturer aka Seller / Factory / Supplier / Vendor / Shipper




 IV  ie: Cargo Travel Agent

freight forwarder will dispatch your cargo

Manufacturer will contact export freight forwarder to get the export file with their gov. and dispatch your cargo right away.




 V  ie: Travel Ticket

bill of lading aka travel ticket

Bill of Lading

BL - Bill of Lading from Export Freight Forwarder with CIF, Telex, AN info & many more when importer paid the seller.




 VI  ie: Taxi

final document arrival notice

Arrival Notice

AN - Arrival Notice from Import Freight Forwarder to dispatch your cargo going to your warehouse.




 VII  ie: Hotel

where your cargo stay

Warehouse aka Hotel where your cargo will stay, either LCL cargo or full container cargo.




 VIII  ie: Pick-up

pick up cargo to target destination

Pick up cargo, either you self pick-up, with designated Individual, hire your own trucker or sit back and we arrange a domestic trucking for you going to your target destination.

  1. Whether it's a Foreign Person or Foreign-cargo, U.S import process is VERY SIMILAR. Also, just like any business, they all have their own Lingo (Terminology) fyi: Let it, read it for you.
  1. Visa (ISF). Passport (Entry). Airline-Ticket to CLOSEST destination port (Bill of Lading). Taxi from Port to Hotel (Arrival Notice). Hotel bill are pay, as you check-out (Warehouse).
  2. Before PAYING some Foreign Person in Foreign Country (10,000 miles away), do your homework, by contacting all US Agencies (FDA, USDA & Etc), otherwise do NOT import.
  3. By PAYING your supplier, you're authorizing a Shipping, Manufacturing & EXPORT out of their country. You're HIRING us, to submit (IMPORT) ISF, Entry & Bond's (Nothing More).
  1. AFTER 911: Customs/Agencies (DHS/IRS/Etc) REQUIRES your Cooperation/Patience: Email photo-picture of your Driver-License or Passport (otherwise, do NOT import)
  1. Also, all Importer MUST identify with Importer-id (aka: SSN or EIN number from IRS). IF you're importing with your personal-name/sole-p, importer-id is SSN, all others are EIN
  2. ISF filing is like a visa to your cargo (aka back-ground-check Supplier/Shipper/Etc). Customs Entry filing like a passport to your cargo (aka Stander/Compliance of Agencies/Etc)
  3. Since manufacturing & shipping is DONE by Seller/Supplier/Buyer/You/etc, only other thing, it must be compete is, ISF (ie; visa), Entry (ie; passport) & Bond's (ie; register to Import)
  4. We can COORDINATE with you & your-supplier/shipper, email your supplier info (email & contact name, &/OR forward last email communication with your supplier), No extra cost.
  1. ISF (visa) filing Cost (two type): ISF must be file, otherwise Customs / Agencies will/could penalize you, up-to $5000 & etc.
  1. ISF filing: 24 hours (our time Zone) BEFORE leaving foreign port: $95 + Single ISF Bond. USED Household Good (HHG & Etc) ISF ($176)
  2. Late ISF filing: 23 hours & 59 minutes (our time Zone) BEFORE Leaving Foreign port or HAS left Foreign port: $159 + Import Bond ($876.33). USED (HHG/Etc) Late ISF ($373)
  3. For us to file your ISF, email all doc's (ISF-info, Invoice & Etc) from your Supplier/Shipper & email your photo-picture of driver-license or passport. For ISF Self-file / Up-load
  4. As an owner of cargo, you're RESPONSIBLE for all import law (not your seller, nor anyone) that is approved by CBP - Customs and Border Protection.
  5. Again, ISF (visa) is background-check of all the companies/persons/etc, who is in (will be in) physical / visual / shipper / virtually / seller / buyer / vessel / etc. contact with your shipment
  6. ISF Payment accept only through(Check / Wire); Invoice & 3 page ISF Confirmation report will be email for your record & to your supplier / shipper, so they're able to, load to a Vessel (if they haven't, yet). We're still on 3rd step on U.S import process, read carefully
  1. Entry (passport) can be file ONLY with Arrival Notice (FINAL-Import-Doc) from Forwarder/Vessel & Proof-of-payment to supplier. AN is issue 6-7 days BEFORE cargo is in US port
  1. Issuer Arrival Notice (AN) info is FOUND at Bill of Lading (BL) aka Cargo Travel Ticket. BL is issued BEFORE leaving foreign port, by shipper/supplier. Issuer AN - Arrival Notice is an agent of BL - Bill of Lading.
  2. Arrival Notice (AN) has FINAL-import-doc's of cargo: Pick-up Locations (CFS warehouse / Terminal), aka; cost of Unloading from vessel & moving it warehouse/port (IF any) & Etc
  3. After submitting your FINAL-import-doc's/info's (Arrival Notice), within 72 hours, Customs / Agencies will notify Duty/Tax, Exams-notice (IF any), Subject-to Agencies (IF any) & Etc
  4. Entry Service $50/$95 + Entry fee $199 + Single Entry Bond / Single Transaction Bond or Import-Bond ($876.33, IF Subject-to) + Duties and Taxes, Exam / Etc (IF any) & Etc.
  5. Also, if submitting multiple invoice, packing-list, Bill of Lading & etc, each submission is $25. If HTC code are multiple (+3), each category of HTC is $10 (it's invoice as Line fee).
  6. USED Household Good (HHG) & ETC: Entry for LCL (434.76) or Full/Etc (534.76) +Exam/Duty/Etc +Import-Bond (876.33, IF Subject-to; DOT, EPA, DMV, NHTSA, FDA & Etc)
  7. To ESTIMATE Duty/Tax, email all Doc's/Info's (proforma/draft/estimate invoice/packing-list, clear description, materials-usage, PHOTOS-Picture & etc). This may take up-to 72 hrs
  8. Entry Payment: Check (personal/company) or Wire (info will be email with Invoice), But If it's Time-Sensitive (Cargo in US, Exam, Subject-to agency & Etc), only wire is accept it
  1. You Hired (you're Hiring) us to submit your ISF (visa), Entry (passport) & Import-Bond's with Customs/Agencies & IF any domestic Trucking (Nothing More)
  1. Fyi / ie: As a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) provides Tax filing service (aka IRS-Broker). We ISF Entry as your Import Customs Broker (ICB) arrange ISF, Entry & Bond filing services.
  2. Fyi / ie: Just like any Visa, Passport & ETC, Customs can Reject any Person/Cargo Before/During/After in US, with-OUT refunds, pro-rates & etc, and demand export back to origin
  3. Fyi: ISF (Visa). Entry (Passport). Bill of Lading (Airline-Ticket to Closest destination port). Arrival Notice (Taxi from Port to Hotel). Warehouse (Hotel bill are pay, as you check-out)
  4. Customs / Agencies will/may Require POA (ie: authority to submit), if so, we will be emailing you POA (notary), to verify your-Info & fill-in "yellow-high-lights", and Email back to us
  5. IF you contact us, AFTER paying supplier/shipper &/or with-OUT consulting (with us/Customs/Etc), we're ONLY be able to piece-together your import-PUZZLE, by analyzing all doc's, and we will tell you which steps in U.S import process we are in.
  6. All Premium/Commission/Services/Arrangements/Etc Fees are fully Earned (No Refunds, No pro-rates & Etc). ISF final ruling is 6 years & Entry is 5 years (IRS is 7 years)
  1. Shipping & manufacturing DONE by Seller/Supplier/Shipper/Buyer/You. In other words, you Hired, your supplier for manufacturing, shipping & exporting out of their country.
  1. Shipping is DONE, when you PAID your supplier/shipper &/or by gave your XYZ address, to your supplier/shipper. FYI: we have NOTHING to do with, movement of your cargo.
  2. IF you didn't hire your supplier for shipping, you would have to hire your own EXPORT shipper / import customs broker & Etc, at a country of origin (Foreign Country/Language/Time/Etc).
  3. Questions relating to shipping, CONTACT your Supplier (ie; if you ordered things from Amazon, they're your supplier/shipper/Etc, so if you have any problems, contact Amazon).
  4. Questions relating to Arrival Notice (AN), AN payment, pick-up locations & Etc, CONTACT issuer of AN. Questions relating to CFS Warehouse/Terminal, CONTACT warehouse.
  5. Questions relating to cargo-Defect/damage/missing/cargo-insurance/Etc, CONTACT your supplier/issuer of Bill of Lading/issuer of Arrival Notice/CFS warehouse/Terminal/Etc.
  6. Questions should be asked, before PAYING some Foreign Person in Foreign Country (your supplier/shipper/etc). Only, you're RESPONSIBLE for all Import/Export LAW's.
  1. Especially for the first-time importer, please email all Import/Export Doc's/info's relating to cargo & email your photo-picture of Driver-License or Passport
  1. IF you haven't receive any/some, please email your supplier/shipper info (email & contact name &/OR forward last email communication with your shipper).
  2. We will be COORDINATING with you & your-supplier/shipper, to file your ISF (visa) & Entry (passport) with Customs / Agencies. All email are Copy to you (No extra fee).
  3. Have you supplier do shipping, so they will be responsible for Exporting out their country, shipping-damage/lost, hiring Export-customs-broker, purchase cargo insurance & etc.
  4. IF your supplier is willing to take Export-responsibility, by hiring Export-customs-broker, Export-shipping-company & Etc, you should be Thankful/Grateful, some supplier will Not.
  5. Whether importation is for sale or personal use, it will NOT make any difference. ie: Foreigner coming to US, must apply for visa & passport, whether it's a person or business.
  6. Again, Especially for first-timer, It's very important, that you (importer) FOLLOW our detail instructions of email/website/verbal/etc, otherwise you will be lost in U.S import process same as for export process.
  1. Bond's are REQUIREMENT by Customs/Agencies, for all Importer (ISF & Entry), Vessel/Carrier (Loader/Unloader), Forwarder (Issuer BL & AN), Warehouse/Port & Etc.
  1. ISF filing: IF your importer-id (EIN/SSN) is with-OUT a Import-Bond (CB/$876.33) or Single ISF Bond. SIB is AUTOMATICALLY applied. But, If filing Late-ISF, CB is apply.
  2. Entry filing: Single Entry Bond is applied to Entry filing. BUT if cargo is Subject-to (FDA, USDA & Etc), CB is AUTOMATICALLY applied to Entry, for your convenient.
  3. Single ISF Bond (SIB) & Single Entry Bond (SEB) could be done within 30 mins. Import-Bond (CB) could be issued/signed-off by Customs/Surety, within 3-5 days.
  4. Import-Bond Eliminates most of Single ISF Bond & Single Entry Bond. It's good for Next 365 days & It can be Approved within 3-5 days (ie; REGISTER to Import).
  5. IF this is your First-Time & IF Import-Bond (CB) is Not required, i suggest Single ISF Bond (SIB) & Single Entry Bond (SEB) or Single Transaction Bond (STB), until you're ready to import Continuously and use our Continuous Import Bond.
  1. ALL importer will be paying Foreign, International & Domestic fees:
  1. ISF (ie; visa to your cargo), must be file, 24 hours BEFORE leaving foreign port) & Entry (passport to your cargo) could be file only with Arrival Notice from Forwarder/Carrier.
  2. Bill of Lading/BL (ie; Airline-Ticket / Port-Port-Ticket / Cargo-Travel-Ticket) is created, when you gave your XYZ address to supplier. BL is issued BEFORE leaving a foreign port.
  3. Arrival Notice/AN (ie; Taxi/Shuttle from Port to Hotel) is Unloading & moving to warehouse/terminal. Must pay directly to issuer of AN, (ie; pay DIRECTLY to Taxi/Shuttle company).
  4. Issuer Arrival Notice (AN) info is FOUND at your Bill of Lading (BL). AN is issued 6-7 days BEFORE cargo is in US. Issuer AN is agent of BL (aka cargo-ticket-AGENT for a vessel).
  5. CFS Warehouse/Terminal (ie: HOTEL for cargo) is FOUND at AN; as you pick-up or truck (ie; as you check-out), fees are pay DIRECTLY to warehouse/terminal (storage/forklift/etc).
  6. Let say, you're going to China: Apply Visa & Passport, Buy a Airline-Ticket to CLOSEST destination port, Taxi from Airport to Hotel (pay directly to taxi-driver & hotel). VICE-VERSA.
  1. After/Before/During unloading from vessel
  1. Full containers/Etc are AUTOMATICALLY placed at Port or Terminal, until Customs/Agencies has identified who, what & ETC. It could only pick-up by a trucker with access permits.
  2. LCL cargo are AUTOMATICALLY placed at CFS warehouse, until Customs/Agencies has identified who, what & etc. It could only pick-up by you or designate Individual/Trucker.
  3. Port/Terminal/CFS Warehouse are chosen by issuer BL - Bill of Lading / AN - Arrival Notice / Vessel / Exam-site / Customs / Etc, depending who has space available, convenient & Etc (99%, importer has No say-so).
  4. Vessel notifies issuer Arrival Notice (AN) & Trans-Loaded (shuttle) to CFS warehouse/Terminal. It's Trans-Loaded to Closest XYZ address on your Bill of Lading & Arrival Notice.
  5. Issuer Arrival Notice (AN) info is FOUND at your Bill of Lading (BL). BL is issued BEFORE leaving foreign port, by shipper/supplier. AN is issued 6-7 days BEFORE cargo is in US.
  6. IF Orignal Bill of Lading (OBL) is requested by issuer of Arrival Notice, contact issuer Supplier/Shipper. OBL (PARTIAL payment, BEFORE leaving from shipper). Telex (paid in full).


There are still a lot of U.S Import Process steps to go, if you are willing / interested to learn click Read more button below....

  1. BEFORE you could receive your cargo or pick-up or truck your Cargo to final destination: Pick-up-Location (CFS-warehouse & Terminal info) is FOUND at Arrival Notice
  1. You & your CFS-warehouse/Terminal (hotel for cargo) MUST receive Freight-Released from issuer Arrival Notice/Forwarder/Carrier/Vessel/Etc, by satisfying Arrival Notice.
  2. You & your CFS-warehouse/Terminal (hotel for cargo) MUST receive Customs-Released (aka; Pick-up-Order/3461/3299/7501/Etc) from us/Customs, by satisfying ISF & Entry.
  3. Also, to receive Customs-Released, cargo MUST be in Warehouse/Terminal & Email your driver-license or designate pick-up person driver-license or your trucker company info.
  4. IF you need domestic-TRUCKING arrangement from us (LCL Cargo), email your receiver info; full address, name, phone, email, photo-pictures of driver-license & Etc.
  5. Call/Email Warehouse/Terminal: 1) Pick-up Appointment. 2) Ask if any fees are due. 3) If they need any other released document 3) Ask if any, visual/missing damage/ Etc.
  6. At the time of picking-up your cargo, Warehouse/Terminal/Etc fees aka in-&-out/forklift/Storage/Etc (ie; pay hotel fee, as you check-out) must pay DIRECTLY to warehouse/terminal
  1. Before PAYING your supplier/shipper, contact us: I) To avoid last minute. II) to avoid $5,000 penalty & Etc. III) to COORDINATE with you & your supplier & Customs. Also,
  1. Term of shipping should be CIF (InCoTerm), as you give your XYZ address to your supplier: CIF means, with insurance & supplier is Responsible, until your cargo is in US.
  2. Term of BL should be Telex-release / Surrender / Express (Title of ownership to Consignee, cargo paid in Full, Before leaving supplier warehouse), issue by supplier/shipper.
  3. Normally, having your supplier shipped, it's about 15-30% cheaper (mostly it's labor cost). Sea shipping cost are about $60-125 per CBM (pallet = 3ftx3ftx3ft/up-to 2,000lb).
  4. Another reason, it will be cheaper is, most of the supplier hires a Consolidator (shares cargo space) shipper, from your supplier warehouse to export port/terminal/warehouse.
  5. IF hire own, other than supplier, they may do limo service on your cargo, meaning they may transport your cargo "only", from your supplier to export terminal/warehouse/Etc.
  6. Do NOT abbreviate any info to your supplier, Such as; City, State, Names & Etc (exp: LA could be interpretive as Louisiana vs Los Angeles to your supplier/foreigner).
  7. If your supplier ask, name of closest US Port, just give them your XYZ address & name/company, so vessel could unload & Trans-Loaded to Closest XYZ address on your BL/AN.
  1. All Shipping is only AUTHORIZED by You/Buyer/Seller/Supplier. ISF, Entry & Import-Bond's are only Authorized by you (importer).
  1. Don't expect Foreign Person (supplier/ seller/ shipper) in Foreign Country to know OUR Import Laws / Import Process, nor to advise/help you with our Domestic Import Laws.
  2. Some supplier like to give you advise, how to pay lower duty/tax, by lowering the Invoice value & adjusting description, BUT in Customs/IRS eye's, it's a Tax Evasion & Etc.
  3. Most of the foreign & international shipping are handled by supplier (except our domestic), Otherwise, you may be involved with Foreign Export dept (Government, Loader & Etc).
  4. Normally, having your supplier shipped, it's about 15-30% cheaper, IF you hire own shipping company, they would have go there & bring it to you (possible paying both ways).
  5. Before PAYING your shipper/supplier, be aware of time-frame; Manufacture-time, supplier/shipper-Holidays, our-Holidays, International-shipping-time, domestic-process & Etc.
  6. Most of common mistakes/problems with importer is ASSUMING & not doing any homework, and thinking supplier will be delivering to importer-locations, Especially for first-timer.
  1. All Motorized (Bikes, Scooters, Car & ETC) or it's Related to FDA, USDA, Lacey-Act, FWS & Etc; Whether they are for sale or personal use
  1. If Motorized are over 20mph (32kmh), Subject to Import Bond, DOT, EPA, DMV, NHTSA, CPSC & Etc certifications, BEFORE loading onto a vessel, If not, don't import.
  2. If Motorized are under 20mph (32kmh), May not be Subject-to DOT, EPA & Etc, BUT it requires 3520-21, HS-7 (mark Box 8) & etc. Fyi: US stander 20mph (China Stander 22mph).
  3. Whether it's over or under 20mph (32kmh), all info must be, list at Invoice, packing-list, Bill of Lading (BL) & etc, if not, Customs will assume Motorized is over 20mph.
  4. If Motorized is OVER 20mph (32kph), Entry must be file with Local Broker to verify/certify with DOT, EPA, DMV, NHTSA, CPSC & ETC As for ISF, it's can be file from anywhere.
  5. Before PAYING some Foreign Person in Foreign Country (10,000 miles away), do your homework, by contacting all US Agencies (FDA, USDA & Etc), otherwise do NOT import.
  1. IF you are DROP-Shipping to your Customer / Amazon-warehouse / etc, have your supplier/shipper remove all labels/brochure/Etc from all package/box/cargo/Etc.
  1. Give your supplier YOUR NAME (& if any, your company name), your email, phone & your Customer Full Address (BUT, do NOT give any other info's, about your Customer).
  2. Your supplier don't need to know, if your cargo is going to a warehouse or your final intentions of cargo. You don't want your supplier or anyone to become your future competitor.
  3. After your cargo in CFS warehouse, all International-Bill of Lading, Arrival Notice & etc are Terminated. Create Domestic-trucking-Bill of Lading & deliver to your customer.
  4. With Domestic-trucking Bill of Lading, no one will know, your supplier info, not even your trucker. Only viewable trucking-Bill of Lading info is, your-info, trucker & receiver.
  1. Summary: Before PAYING some Foreign Person in Foreign Country.
  1. Do your homework, by contacting all U.S. Agencies (DOT, EPA, CPSC, FDA, USDA & Etc), otherwise do NOT import.
  2. Be aware of time-frame; Manufacture time, supplier/shipper Holidays, our Holidays, International shipping time, domestic-process & Etc.
  3. Contact us for FREE consulting (30 minutes), BUT if need consulting AFTER paying your supplier/shipper/etc or during/after shipping or beyond 30 mins, it will be $250 hour.
  4. Note: You should NEVER pay anyone, with-Out knowing who, what, where, when, how & etc. Especially, to some Foreign Person in Foreign Country, who is 10,000 miles away.
  5. You are Authorizing your supplier, THREE main things; Manufacturing, Exporting out of their country & Shipping it to CLOSEST cfs warehouse/terminal/port of your-XYZ-address.
  6. Whether your cargo is penny or million dollar (one box or full container/ Etc), filing fees & import-process/time/etc are SIMILAR. Make it your worthwhile, otherwise do NOT Import.
  7. No matter how much of info's we have given you or you learned from others/books/etc, you will NEVER fully appreciate the Import-process, UNTIL you experience it for yourself.
  1. Summary: ESTIMATE fees of Import Process.
  1. ISF (ie; visa) file, 24 hours BEFORE leaving foreign port: ISF filing (95) + Single ISF Bond or Late ISF Filing (159) + Import-Bond (876.33).
  2. Entry (ie; passport) is file with Arrival Notice (Final Import Doc): Service (50/95) +Customs-Entry (199) + Single Entry Bond / Single Transaction Bond or Import-Bond (876.33) + Exam/Etc.
  3. USED Household Good (HHG) & ETC: ISF / visa (176) or if filing LATE (373). Entry for HHG LCL (434.76) or Full/Etc (534.76) +Exam/Duty/Etc + Import-Bond (IF subject-to).
  4. Bill of Lading (ie; Airline-Ticket from origin, PRE-purchase): Sea shipping is about $60-95 per CBM (Cubic Metres = pallet = 3ft x 3ft x 3ft / up-to 2,000lb) with cargo insurance (CIF).
  5. Arrival Notice (ie; Taxi from Port to Hotel, is pay DIRECTLY to taxi-driver): First pallet is $130-$250 & other pallets are about $40-$80, depending on seasons/Miles away from Port.
  6. Warehouse (LCL) & Terminal (Full/Etc) (ie; Hotel bill are pay, as you check-out): First pallet is about $70 & other pallets are $20-$40. 20/40/45 container/Etc are about $90-150.
  7. AGAIN, pay your Domestic vendors DIRECTLY, but If you want us to pay your vendors, you MUST wire us, + $45 Reimbursement fee for EACH of vendor, for us to pay your vendor.
  1. Summary: do NOT import.
  1. If you're Not will to Cooperate (After 911) with your personal info (SSN, EIN, photo-picture-of-driver-license, passport & etc) & your supplier-info (shipper-info).
  2. If you're Not a Patience person: Manufacture-time, supplier/shipper-Holidays, our-Holidays, International-shipping-time, domestic-process & Etc (it can take 2-4 month).
  3. If you're Not willing to do homework, Before PAYING some Foreign Person in Foreign Country, by contacting all U.S. Agencies (EPA, CPSC, FDA, USDA & Etc) & seek advise.
  4. If you're Not willing to take responsibility: All fees, export-shipping (foreign & international), Domestic Import Law's / Domestic Import Process. ISF final ruling is 6 years & Entry is 5 years (IRS is 7 years).
  5. If you're assuming, your supplier has all the answer to Our Import Law's, you're making a BIG mistake, most likely, they never been to US, to know Our-Stander/Law/Language/Etc.
  6. Blaming all others, except yourself (my supplier & no-one told me). ie; Buyer of Car/Auto (As a owner of Car): ONLY you're responsible for Insurance, traffic-Tickets, License & Etc.
  7. Exp: If you buy a Car from dealership (Supplier), they're in business, to sell you a Car (only), Not to tell you, how/when/where/who to Drive/Resale/Use/Driver-license/Insurance/Etc.
  1. Summary: Foreign Person VERSUS Foreign-cargo coming into U.S., BIGGEST difference is the usage of Lingo (Terminology).
  1. Visa (ISF). Passport (Entry). Airline-Ticket to closest "Port to Port" (Bill of Lading). Taxi from Port to Hotel (Arrival Notice). Hotel bill are pay, as you check-out (Warehouse).
  2. As your Certified Public Accountant (CPA) aka IRS-Broker provides Tax filing service to you. We/Import-Customs-Broker (ICB) arrange ISF, Entry & Bond filing services to Importer.
  3. Shipping is done by a seller (99%), whether it's a domestic or international. If you ordered from Amazon, they're your supplier & shipper, also shipping cost is CHEAPER, than other.
  4. By giving your info to a supplier, you're PRE-authorizing shipping, to CLOSEST destination of final port or to CLOSEST cfs warehouse/terminal of your-XYZ-add, on a Bill of Lading.
  5. Make it your worth-while. Cost of Taxi (vessel) ride from A to B, for 1-4 persons/bags/2000lb/Individual/Business/Etc is similar fees, also processing-time, your-headaches/etc.
  6. You PAID (HIRED) your supplier for 3 things; Manufacturing, Shipping & EXPORT out of their country. You're HIRING us, to submit (IMPORT) ISF, Entry & Bond's (Nothing More).
  1. After you have received Customs-Released & IF you're requesting any Archive files, such as ISF-invoice, Entry-invoice, Customs-Released or any other files from us.
  1. You must request by email (Not by phone)
  2. We could only release the info, according to our archive email, contact info (No other)
  3. To search our Archived file, it may take up to one week & cost are $25 per-file (Check payable to "ISF Entry" & email photo-picture of a check to ( ISF@ISFentry.com )
  4. For tracking cargo, visit our cargo tracker here.