A section 146 means you owe outstanding funds to CBSA. Once determined what the outstanding amount is for it can be paid at a customs office and your goods can clear into Canada.
Please note that effective September 1, 2019, the amended Declaration of Minor Processing (Form E669) must be completed for CIFTA-eligible goods that have undergone minor processing in the territory of a non-Party prior to entering Canada.
Imports of milk protein substances (MPS) with a milk protein content of 85% or more by weight, calculated on the dry matter, that do not originate in a NAFTA country, an EU country or other CETA beneficiary, Chile, Costa Rica or Israel into Canada are subject to import controls under Canada’s Export Import Permit Act. […]
The LRMA and Preclearance Act, 2016 entered into force on August 15, 2019. In March 2015, Canada and the United States signed a new treaty entitled the Agreement on Land, Rail, Marine and Air Transport Preclearance between the Government of Canada and the Government of the United States (LRMA), which was a commitment of the […]
This memorandum has been revised to include: – updates on the policy regarding the postponement of the effective date of an advance ruling and situations where an advance ruling will not be issued and the request rejected; – new policies on the retention, disposal and the returning period of the advance ruling request (and/or supporting […]
Only the following seven identifiers are acceptable: Canada, CA, CAN, EU, European Union, CANADA/EU (or their short/long form versions), or CM (for products that originate in whole or in part in Ceuta or Melilla).