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A Canada Customs Invoice (CCI) or Commercial Invoice is required for every commercial entry into Canada. Canada Customs requires certain information to be provided. This form is used to provide the necessary information to customs for all Canada-bound commercial goods. The form may be prepared by the supplier, importer or customs broker.DOWNLOAD A FILLABLE PDF
The Confirmation of Sale (COS) is for all fresh produce shipments and replaces the Canada Customs Invoice. This form is recommended for fresh fruit and vegetable imports as it contains fields for all required information to complete the customs declaration. It is reviewed by Canada Customs at the point of entry and relayed to the CFIA.
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.
The CUSMA Certificate of Origin is strictly for eligible goods from Canada, the U.S. and/or Mexico and valued over $3,300 CAD. It is used to request a lower duty rate for eligible commercial goods entering Canada under the new North American Free Trade Agreement. If eligible, it's important to note that this program replaces the previous NAFTA. It remains non-mandatory for your imports, and assistance is still highly recommended.
The CPTPP Certificate of Origin is strictly for eligible goods imported into Canada from 10 countries in the Asia-Pacific region: Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam. It is used to request a lower duty rate for eligible commercial goods entering Canada under the The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). If eligible, it's important to note, this certificate is not mandatory for your importations however highly recommended.
Use this sheet to inform us that you would like our eManifest services.DOWNLOAD A FILLABLE PDF
An easy to complete cover sheet for all your PARS release requests.