Customs Self Assessment Program
In this section
- Canada and the U.S. announce Trusted Traveller and Trusted Trader enhancements under Beyond the Border Action Plan
- U.S. and Canada Announce Beyond the Border Deliverables
- Customs Self Assessment expansion to U.S. Non-Resident Importers
- Commercial reporting requirements
- Commercial Driver Registration Program
- Free and Secure Trade
- Partners in Protection
The Customs Self Assessment (CSA) program is designed for low-risk, pre-approved importers, carriers and registered drivers. To take advantage of the program, CSA-approved importers and carriers must use a registered driver to carry CSA-eligible goods into Canada in the highway mode.
The CSA program simplifies many of the import border requirements so that low-risk shipments can be processed more quickly and efficiently at the border, saving businesses time and money.
It also allows the CBSA to better focus its resources on identifying high-risk shipments that pose a potential threat to the health, safety or economic well-being of Canadians.
For more information on the CSA program, please call the CBSA's Border Information Service telephone line.
For general information on CBSA programs and services, please contact us.
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