Goods To Follow and Shipping

Old Apr 25th 2005, 5:22 am
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I remembered that there were links supplied by various forum members to the documents that you need to supply Canadian Customs that detail the goods to follow and the good you are importing at the time of landing.

Doing some research of my own I came up with these links
http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/E/pbg/cf/b4/b4-04e.pdf
http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/E/pbg/cf/b4a/b4a-04b.pdf

http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/E/pub/cm/d2-2-1/d2-2-1-e.pdf

My question to the forum members is can you make an entry on the form for something like "Box 27 - 60 Books Used (Novels) Value ????" or do you need to detail each and every book that's in the box. Basically I am asking how detailed the list of goods need to be and whether you can lump identical items together or each and every thing needs it own entry regardless of value?

A Second question would be; I am emptying my house and went out and found boxes and have been packing stuff that I no longer need immediately available. At the point of shipping would all this need unpacking and repacking by the shipping company or would they take what I have done?

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Old Apr 25th 2005, 6:05 am
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Originally Posted by dozzzzy
Hi

I remembered that there were links supplied by various forum members to the documents that you need to supply Canadian Customs that detail the goods to follow and the good you are importing at the time of landing.

Doing some research of my own I came up with these links
http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/E/pbg/cf/b4/b4-04e.pdf
http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/E/pbg/cf/b4a/b4a-04b.pdf

http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/E/pub/cm/d2-2-1/d2-2-1-e.pdf

My question to the forum members is can you make an entry on the form for something like "Box 27 - 60 Books Used (Novels) Value ????" or do you need to detail each and every book that's in the box. Basically I am asking how detailed the list of goods need to be and whether you can lump identical items together or each and every thing needs it own entry regardless of value?

A Second question would be; I am emptying my house and went out and found boxes and have been packing stuff that I no longer need immediately available. At the point of shipping would all this need unpacking and repacking by the shipping company or would they take what I have done?

Thanks

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I personally took the vague approach. For boxes, I generally summarized e.g., by saying "assorted books", "kitchen wares". I passed through without any questions.
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Old Apr 25th 2005, 6:08 pm
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Thats right...it's fine to summarize. Some people actually had no list ready at landing and had to fill out a list of all their worldly possessions to follow!
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