Canadian Customs Forms


Customs Forms Are Moving to a New Platform

In an effort to improve your experience, the customs forms hosted on this webpage and in our legacy forms platform Formlink, are moving to our new web-based application called Global Trade Concierge® (GTC).

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Global Trade ConciergeGlobal Trade Concierge® (GTC)

Global Trade Concierge® is a web-based application developed by Pacific Customs Brokers. Primarily a forms management system, GTC, is a fast, efficient and user-friendly way of creating and managing multiple customs forms. GTC also connects you to your shipments and provides live status updates on U.S. and Canada-bound goods.

Global Trade Concierge® (GTC) Forms

Canada Customs Invoice

Canada Customs requires that certain information be provided; this form is used to provide that information to customs for all Canada-bound commercial goods. The form may be prepared by the supplier, importer or customs broker.

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NAFTA Certificate of Origin

Strictly for eligible goods from Canada, the U.S. and/or Mexico and valued over $2,500 CAD, this Certificate of Origin is used to request a lower duty rate for eligible commercial goods entering Canada under the North American Free Trade Agreement. If eligible, it's important to note, this program is not mandatory for your importations; and assistance is highly recommended.

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Confirmation of Sale

For all fresh produce shipments; this form replaces the Canada Customs Invoice. Required by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) as your evidence that a firm purchase agreement has been made. It is reviewed by Canada Customs at the point of entry and relayed to the CFIA.

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Import Declaration

For food products entering Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency requires you to provide product and packaging information related to the shipment.

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Proforma Invoice

A proforma invoice may be used when the commercial invoice or Canada Customs Invoice is not available; for instance in the case of a commercial shipment when no monetary transaction has taken place between the importer and exporter.

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