Customs Filing Services


Single ISF Bond

Standard Single ISF Bond

If you say Standard Single ISF Bond, it is a commercial shipment(type 1) and you are filing ISF 24 hours before your shipment could leave the foreign port, no matter the value of shipment, and most of these type of cases the Single ISF Bond Application could be approved less than 30 minutes most of the shipment. File now ! Single ISF Bond Form here.

Late Single ISF Bond

If the Importer Security Filing (ISF) is not file, filing late or happened to be file but the requirements are missing, incomplete or sending the ISF processor a misleading or false information, the United States customs will assess penalty / fines up-to $5,000 per shipment and the worst part is United States customs will confiscate and examine the shipment of the consignee and US customs has 5 years to final ruling. We (ISF Entry) can still help this type of cases.

Single Transaction Bond

Candidate to use Single Transaction Bond

Most of the importers who import high valued items one or twice in a year and the items is not relate to any Government agencies, they are candidate to used Single Transaction Bond. Single Transaction Bonds are usually calculated using the amount of the commodity entered, plus any relevant customs, taxes, and other fees. Single Transaction Bond could be also approve within 30 minutes.

If shipment is subject to any Government Agencies

If your shipment is subject to any Government agencies such as (FDA, UDSA, ADD & etc), you should file or apply a continuous import bond instead and for your convenient.


Continuous Import Bond

A continuous import bond is good for a year and covers the continuous shipment of imports throughout that time period. It will save you both time and money, as well as the risk of having to file a claim / penalty for each shipment. Importers who bring merchandise into the United States on a regular or frequent basis can use this Continuous Import Bond. By filling out the Continuous Import Bond Form or calling us, we can file the continuous import bond on your behalf.

Continuous Import Bond Activation

We all know that applying for a continuous import bond involves three parties. The bond's activation takes a little longer than the Single Transaction Bond because it involves the surety firm that issues the bond, the principal or importer who is needed to file the bond, and CBP - Customs and Border Protection.

cargo tracker


When a cargo is unloaded, whether it is a Full Container Load (FCL) or a Less Container Load (LCL), all cargos are automatically placed at the port / terminal until customs/agencies have identified who, what, and when it can be picked up, and only truckers with access permits can pick up the cargos. So ISF Entry offers to our existing selected valued customers to arrange a domestic trucking to importers.