Customs Clearance from Beja Customs Brokers
Customs clearance work involves the preparation and submission of documentation required to allow imports into the US. Client representation during customs examination, assessment, and payment of any duty (or duties) are also accounted for in customs clearance.
For all your customs clearance needs, you’ve come to the right place. We use a web-based system to process customs documentation electronically so your documents are safe and cleared in a timely manner. Our team will assist you with everything you need to make sure your goods arrive in the US the way you want.
It’s Easy to Work With Beja
- Family-owned and operated
- 10% savings compared to leading competitors
- Conveniently located in Atlanta, GA
How We Stand Out
20+ Years in Business
Beja’s team of professionals are highly skilled and trained.
Our customers save up to 30% compared to leading competitors.
With electronic processing, we’re able to help you even faster.
Location, location, location
Beja operates out of our single office in Georgia to make it easy to find us.
Excellent Customer Support
Our agents are always eager to help you with your customs clearance needs.
We are proud to share our 98% customer retention rate.
What is the purpose of a customs broker?
Customs brokers are private individuals, partnerships, associations or corporations licensed, regulated and empowered by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to assist importers in meeting Federal requirements governing imports.
What is the difference between a customs broker and a freight forwarder?
Many freight forwarders can be customs brokers as well (or have access to brokerage services), but not every customs broker is a freight forwarder. Customs brokers focus on the import side of an export transaction.
Should I use a customs broker?
There is no legal requirement for you to hire a Customs Broker to clear your goods. However, many importers opt to do so for convenience. Customs Brokers are licensed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection to conduct CBP business on behalf of importers.
How does customs clearance work?
Customs clearance work involves preparation and submission of documentation required to facilitate imports into the country, representing the client during customs examination, assessment, payment of duty and arranging the delivery of cargo from the port, after customs clearance.
What documents do I need for customs clearance?
Documents required for import customs clearance:
- Customs Power of Attorney
- Commercial Invoice and packing list
- Bill of Lading / Airway bill
- Technical write up, literature, etc. for specific goods if any
- Other government agency documents if required