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Following are several forms, which may be required to obtain release of inbound cargo through U.S. Customs and the other government agencies. Additionally listed for your convenience are Informed Compliance Publications and links to several Government sites that we hope you find useful. Should you require assistance completing one of these forms or need help finding one not listed, please do not hesitate to call for assistance. As always Sack & Menendez is happy to be of service.

Sack & Menendez Forms
  1. New Customer Packet with Terms and Conditions
Customs & Border Protection (CBP)
  1. CBP Form 3229 - Certificate of Origin
  2. CBP Form 3311 - Declaration for Free Entry of Returned American Products
  3. CBP Form 400 - Automated Clearinghouse (ACH) Application Form
  4. CBP Form 3299 - Declaration for Free Entry of Unaccompanied Items
  5. Supplemental Declaration Form for Free Entry of Unaccompanied Items

C-TPAT Overview

C-TPAT Resource Library

7-Point Inspection

17-Point Inspection

Recommended Seal Procedures Including Best Practices

C-TPAT Minimum Security Criteria

Food & Drug Administration (FDA)

  1. FDA Form 2877 - Declaration of Products Subject to Radiation Control Standards
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  1. Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) Statement
  2. EPA Form 3520-1 Declaration of Importation of nonroad engines and heavy-duty highway engines
  3. EPA Form 3520-21 Declaration of Importation of Motor Vehicles
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  1. FCC Form 740 - Statement Regarding the Importation of Radio Frequency Devices Capable of Causing Harmful Interference
Department of Transportation (DOT)
  1. DOT Form HS-7 Declaration of Importation of Motor Vehicles
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
  1. Plant and Plant Product Declaration Form
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS)

Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB)

Informed Compliance Publications
  1. U.S. Import Requirements - "Explains import requirements for a person interested in establishing an importing business or a person who may be importing something for personal use only - not for resale"

  2. Importing into the United States - "Explains process of importing goods into the U.S., including informed compliance, invoices, duty assessments, classification and value, marking requirements, etc."

  3. "What You Need to Know About Prior Notice of Imported Food Shipments" - FDA Small Entity Compliance Guide on Prior Notice

  4. "What You Need to Know About Registration of Food Facilities" - FDA Small Entity Compliance Guide on Registration
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