BILSI provides customs clearance service into Canada
24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
The General Agency Agreement (GAA) is a legal document authorizing BILSI to represent you, (the importer) in all matters relating to importing of products into Canada. Two copies signed on both pages are required, one will be returned for your records.
The Credit Application, once completed will be held in the strictest confidence.
A GST letter on your company's letterhead, which is provided to CBSA. This letter advises CBSA that you (the importer) are responsible to pay the GST on all imported goods released. A cheque must be issued payable to the Receiver General for Canada and submitted to BILSI at least three days prior to the end of the month.
Company Information, once completed will be held in the strictest confidence.
As a new client of BILSI's (importer or exporter to Canada), you may have questions regarding the documents needed to set up an account. Our New Client Instruction Sheet serves as a guide, providing answers to common questions; explaining the requirements and forms needed to ship to Canada.
In certain circumstances, it could be more advantageous Or BILSI could ask for you to use your own account security. BILSI can arrange for a Surety Bond, in CBSA’s favour, that will allow release of shipments prior to payment of duties and taxes. In addition, BILSI can assist in getting your account security from CBSA. Once completed, BILSI will report to you by the 20th of each month, the amount(s) of duty and taxes you are required to pay. A cheque must be issued payable to the Receiver General for Canada and submitted to BILSI at least three days prior to the end of the month. Letter to CBSA advising them that BILSI is authorised to use your account security is required on your letterhead.
Download all forms as one package HERE.