Customs declarations are a type of document that is required to be completed by the exporter or the person who is exporting goods.
There are two types of customs declarations that can be used for an export. The first one is a Simplified Declaration Form and the second one is a General Declaration Form.
The Simplified Declaration Form can be used when you are exporting goods with a value of less than $2500. The General Declaration Form can be used when you are exporting goods with a value of more than $2500.
Customs declarations are important for international trade. They are the first point of contact with the customs authorities of a country. Customs declarations are used to identify goods and their values so that they can be assessed for duties, taxes, and other charges.
A customs declaration is usually filed with the customs authority of the destination country by the person or company that is importing or exporting goods. It is also filed with the customs authority of the exporting country if it is not known where the goods will be imported to. The declaration can be made on paper or electronically, but it must contain certain information about what has been imported or exported.
A customs declaration may include information about who made an importation, who is receiving an importation, what was imported (including quantity), what was exported (including quantity