Duty Drawback Forms
This form is completed in order to authorize CBP to mail checks, bills and liquidation notices to someone other than the intended payee.
The purpose of this form is to notify CBP of an importer’s number, change of name, change of address, or to request a CBP-assigned importer number.
A power of attorney is a legal instrument authorizing an entity or person to act as the attorney or agent on behalf of the grantor.
Claims under the various drawback provisions can be submitted using this form. The completed form identifies the drawback claimant, the type and amount of duty drawback being claimed, the imported merchandise designated, the exported product, and manufacturing details where appropriate.
These are the instructions issued by CBP explaining how to properly complete the CBP Form 7551 Drawback Entry.
This document is used to trace the movement of imported merchandise between corporate entities, and to document any manufacturing operations performed on the merchandise. It is also used to document the transfer of manufactured items from a manufacturer to another corporate entity.
These are the instructions issued by CBP explaining how to properly complete the CBP Form 7552 Certificate of Delivery.
Certain drawback provisions require that CBP be notified prior to the exportation, destruction, or return of merchandise to be claimed. This form is completed before such actions are taken, and allows CBP the opportunity to examine the merchandise or witness its destruction. CBP completes this form by indicating if they will examine the merchandise or waive this requirement.
These are the instructions issued by CBP explaining how to properly complete the CBP Form 7553 Certificate of Delivery.