Online Customs Import Declaration
Before arrival of imported goods, the importer is required to obtain a Customs Import Declaration.
- How to submit Customs Import Declaration?
All Customs Import Declaration must be submitted via
- Appoint a
Customs Agents (Forwarders) to submit Customs Import Declaration on your behalf; or
- Submit Customs Import Declaration for your own or on behalf of your clients. To do so, you will need to
register as a declarant and apply for a BDNSW user ID.
- How much does Customs Import Declaration cost?
Customs Import Declarations are
free of charge.
If you are engaging a Customs Agents (Forwarders) for assistance in declaring, they may charge service fees. You may wish to check with your appointed
Customs Agents (Forwarders) on the charges involved.
- In which situation goods may be exempted from Customs Import Declaration?
Certain goods, unless they are dutiable, controlled and requested by Customs Officers to do so, do not require a Customs Import Declaration. These include, but are not limited to:
- Personal or household effects accompany the passenger as hand-carry or check-in luggage.
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- Goods imported by Courier Services registered under De’Minimis Scheme (non-controlled goods which are not exceeding BND400 CIF)
- Locally sourced stores loaded for use on board the vessel and aircraft