Customs Self Assessment Program
There are plans underway to integrate the Customs Self Assessment program into the Partners in Protection program. Therefore we strongly encourage new members to apply first to Partners in Protection. Visit Partners in Protection for more information on how to apply.
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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