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Customs Entry

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Customs entry is a declaration of the kind, amount, and value of goods being taken in or out of a country, for purposes of customs clearance.

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What is customs entry?

The declaration or record for the purposes of customs clearance which states the kind, amount, and value of goods being taken in or out of a country.


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