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Binding Ruling

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The binding ruling program enables importers and other interested parties to get binding pre-entry classification decisions prior to importing a product and filing entries with Customs and Border Protection. It is also to get binding guidance about other CBP regulations pertaining to marking of country of origin requirements.

Binding classification advice can only be given by the Office of Regulations and Rulings. Cleared and Delivered submits either an electronic request or a letter describing the product in detail and provides a sample to the CBP Information Exchange, National Commodity Specialist for a ruling. The importer generally receives a response within 30 days.

Tariff Classifications are binding, however duty rates are not. The program promotes compliance, uniformity and accuracy.

Let Cleared and Delivered handle the binding ruling process for you! We can expedite and simplify the entire process so you can start importing!

Customs Brokerage & Customs Clearance fact sheet

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Cleared and Delivered is a licensed customs broker that can clear your imports through any port in the United States. We streamline the clearance and delivery process on behalf of companies large and small. A customs broker is a valuable partner in the workings of any import intensive business. The customs broker has the legal authority and knowledge to recognize very detailed classifications of your goods, and the respective tariffs associated with such. The customs broker also recognizes and produces a variety of legally binding documents needed to import goods into the U.S. Customs brokers have a close relationship with the Dept. of Homeland Security/ U.S. Treasury / U.S. Customs Service. to obtain legal rights for your goods to enter into the United States.

Customs clearance is required for ALL imports into the U.S. regardless if they are duty free or not. Customs brokers also file bonds for goods that temporarily leave and then re enter the United States. These are called carnets. Having a professional customs broker working on your behalf can make your importing business more efficient and more profitable.