The United States and Canada have very different import rules and regulations. In this article, we'll walk you through the specific import laws for each country.
Why do you need to hire a customs broker? Find out what a customs broker does and go through five reasons why you should hire a customs broker to help import your goods.
If you're a foreign business and want to expand your business into the US market, you can import goods into the United States by becoming a non-resident importer (NRI). As an NRI, you’ll still enjoy the same rights as a resident importer of record (IOR). Read on to find out everything you need to know about becoming a non-resident importer in the US.
There are a variety of reasons you might want to import a car for show or display in the United States. Find out everything you need to know, including what car models are admissible in the United States under the Show and Display Rule.
Looking to identify whether your vehicle qualifies for importation into the United States? If it does not, it is identified as a nonconforming vehicle. We detail what you need to know - start the process to identify whether your vehicle is a conforming vehicle or not, and if not, how to import your nonconforming one.
Looking to import a classic or antique car into the United States? Did you know that you these type of cars/vehicles fall under the 25-year rule and its exemptions? We detail what you need to know - start your classic/antique car/vehicle import process today!
Imports valued under $800 USD per shipment may be eligible for the Section 321 De Minimis Program, which is one of the most popular programs offered by the CBP and allows for low-value shipments to cross borders with ease and less costs. Read on to find out everything you need to know.