- Stamped B13A Attached: Select this if you have a physically stamped paper B13A form. Be sure to include this form with the rest of your customs documents if using this option.
- B13A Filed Electronically: Select this if you have submitted your B13A through the Canadian Export Reporting System (CERS) and have been provided with an Authorization Code Number.
- Summary Reporting: Select this if you have been approved for monthly summary reporting of your exports via the CERS Portal. You will need to provide your Summary ID number.
- No B13A Required: Select this if you shipment does not require a B13A. If you have a B13A Exemption number, you will be able to add it here.
- Four copies of each shipping label. One copy will get taped on the outside of the package.
- Three copies of your goods declaration per package
- Any additional customs forms required by the countries you are shipping to and from (this can change country-by-country)
Be careful! UPS, FedEx and USPS offer up to $100 in declared value for free (For USPS, Priority Mail Express® may include up to $100 of insurance and Priority Mail® may include up to $50) but anything over that and it gets expensive. You can test this by getting a quote with and without the higher value and see for yourself. Declared value is also not insurance! This is the amount the carrier will reimburse you if they damage or lose your package, but only IF they agree that they are at fault. This is a big "IF". Getting reimbursed for this is a very long and difficult process with the carrier and more often than not is denied. JShip's tip is to ship with the $100 and take the risk. The odds are greatly in your favor that your shipment will arrive safely and on time.
Please note: when shipping from non-USA countries, these fees may be different depending on your origin location