It is your responsibility to advise the CBSA should/when you wish to cancel authorization for this service provider.
A service provider may be any party that you contract to transmit electronic documents and/or receive messages from the CBSA.
This form must be signed by an authorized person of the business such as an owner, a partner of a partnership, or a director of a corporation.
By signing and dating this form, you authorize the CBSA to deal with the individual(s), or firm(s) listed in Sections 3 and/or 4 of this form.
Complete the following for each communication method that will be utilized.
More information on the approved communication methods.
A service provider is not an Agent in that they are simply providing a mechanism for which you may transact electronic commerce with the CBSA.
Note: It is your responsibility to ensure that your Section 12, Report of Goods is obtained for your own books and records.The CBSA must receive a signed document from the company that is required to submit electronic ACI information.If you wish to submit this form electronically, you must print, sign and then scan and send the application to the email address provided on this form.Select Yes if you are authorizing the CBSA to release information about this application and/or your customs information to this company and any individual employed by this company.Refer to Policy Guidelines on the Disclosure of Customs Information, Section 107 of the Customs Act for further information.As the carrier is legally obligated to report all goods upon arrival in Canada, it necessarily needs to know when a do-not-load notification has been issued by the CBSA regarding any goods destined to be transported by it. Individuals have the right of access to and/or can make corrections of their personal information under the Privacy Act.