We make Customs Clearing simple: (click on all Blue / Colors for details)

1. Just forward all your documents that you received from your supplier(s) / Factory / Freight-Forwarder / Shipping-company  
.   a.  Sea/Ocean shipment ( Invoice,  Packing-list,   Bill-of-lading (BL) / Original-Bill-of-Lading,  ISF Form,   Sea-Arrival-Notice,  + Photos-of-Import-items & etc. )
.     b.  Air shipment   ( Invoice,   Packing-list,  Air-Way-Bill (AWB)   + Photos-of-Import-items & etc. )
.     c.  International Trucking / Rail shipment ( Invoice,   Packing-list,  Bill-of-lading / BL,  Country-of-Origin + Photos-of-Import-items & etc. ) (Mexico/Canada)
.   d.  Hand-Carrying the items/shipment in to US Airport that needs Customs Clearing (On-Site & Remotely) + Photos-of-Import-items & etc. )

2. Sea/Ocean Shipment(s): Contact us 6 or 7 days before your shipment is in a US Port with Arrival Notice or with-OUT Arrival Notice.
.      6-7 days before your shipment is in a US Port your freight forwarder / supplier / vessel / carrier will be Contacting you with Arrival Notice, if so, forward the email to us.
.     We can clear your shipment 5 days Before your Shipment is in a US Port

3. Air  &  International Trucking / Rail  &  Hand-Carrying: please contact us ASAP with the documents that you received from your supplier(s) / Factory / Freight-Forwarder.

4. MOVING back into US with YOUR personal USED items (click here)
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(All our website is for Reference use only)
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All our service is Arrangements only)
ISF 10+2 (Importer Security Filing).
www.cbp.gov/linkhandler/cgov/trade/cargo_secur
ity/carriers/security_filing/10_2faq.ctt/10_2faq.doc. or (click here)

List US Ports  .
http://cbp.gov/xp/cgov/toolbox/contacts/ports/
click above link, Click on the State, Then a City .

Ocean Freight Forwarder: Federal Maritime Commission (FMC)
http://www2.fmc.gov/oti/OTIList_NVO_TradeNames.aspx

Air Forwarders by Air Forwarders Association
http://www.airforwarders.org/?page_id=380

Filing a Complaint about Freight Forwarder
http://www.fmc.gov/filing_a_complaint.aspx


Please Click: Color (Blue/Red/Purple) on our website for details

We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone at anytime
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All costs are clearly displayed so that there are no surprises.  USCustomsClearing.com is Unlike other Custom Brokers, other Customs Broker fees are always mysteries
and only time they answer is if you asked the right questions.

Customs Clearing fees and US customs fees for all shipments: (click on all Blue / Colors for details)
1. Entry Filing = $150                                     
2. Service fee (Any US Ports) = $25              
3. US Customs Duty/Tax = (IF any)  HTC/HTS/Harmonized-Tariff-Code (after 2nd HTC/Supplier)  OR  call/email US Customs Import Specialist Team (Government/our Fees)
4. Harbor Maintenance Fee (HMF)  ( .001250 X your invoice value) (ONLY-for-Sea-Shipments) (Government Fees)
5. Merchandise Processing Fee (MPF)  ( .003464 X your invoice value) (min of $25 and max of $485) (Government Fees)
6. IF  Subject-to: FDA, EPA/DOT, USDA, FWS & Etc.:  SUBJECT-to agency Document's processing $85 + Messenger submission $45   (Government/our Fees)
7. IF  X-Ray inspection / Intense Examination / VACIS / IBET / CET / A-TCET & Etc.:  Exam Document's Processing $40 + Messenger submission $45 (Government/our Fees)
8. Service Agreement (if any)  &   Single Entry Bond Fees (if any)  /  Subject-to Single Entry Bond fees (if any)  /  Continuous Import Bond (if any)  (US Customs Requirement)
9. IF you have own Continuous Bond or Single Entry Bond please email us copy of the bond, before your entry is filed with US Customs

                                   
10. After Customs Clearing is done & paid (check or wire only): PICK-UP your own shipment,  Trucking arrangement,  your US Freight Forwarder agent  &  your Warehouse.
.      Please pay all your vendors directly (ASAP), to AVOID Our $30 (click here).  IF Amending/up-dating your Entry Filing (click here $).   IF Entry must be RE-FILE (click here $)

11. Above are only for LCL shipment.    IF your shipment is FULL container  &/or  AIR shipment, Entry Filing = $199   +Service fee (Any US Ports) = $50    +above #3-10
Form's from US Customs, FDA, USDA, EPA & other Agency:  Importers/Consignee are responsible for all fees (click here), US Laws & International Laws (www.cbp.gov)   
1. ACH Debit Applications with US Customs (CBP) for Duty/Tax (click here)  MUST have your own Continuous Bond for ACH.  (click here) to apply Continuous Import Bond
.   ONLY IF, your shipment is Cleared at Long Beach/Los Angeles, you could make beneficiary to US Custom/CBP for duty/tax, HMF & MPF,  and other to US Customs Clearing
.   Both original beneficiary payment MUST be Over-Night to us.  Other then Long Beach/Los Angeles, all beneficiary MUST to US Customs Clearing ONLY.
2. Textile & Apparel VISA and Quota Requirements, Importing from China & other Countries (click here)  
3. CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) Notice Detention CBP Form 329-A samples (click here)
4. CBP 7501 form (Entry Summary) (click here) & CBP 3461 Form (Entry/Immediate Delivery) (click here) and Deliver Order (Pick-up Order) (click here)
5. CBP form 4790 ( Transporting Money/Currency)  (click here)     /  CBP form 105 ( Transporting Money/Currency)  (click here)
6. CBP (US Customs & Import  Requirements, Guide for Commercial Importers (click here)
7. USDA Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) Application for Permit (click here)
8. USDA Emergency Action Notification sample (click here), CBP Form 3499 (click here), CBP Form 7512 (click here)
9. USDA Fumigation Certificate Sample (click here), Chinese Fumigation Certificate Sample (click here)
10. USDA Register Certificate Sample (click here).  Simple Hand-Carry gone wrong (click here)
11. UDSA Dairy Import Program License Application and Administration (click here) & file FDA, also most are QUOTA ENTRY
12. To check if your are importing Anti Dumping (ADD) items &/or Countervailing (CVD) items (click here) or call US Customs (click here)
13. FDA: New Drug Application Forms & Submission Requirements (click here)
14. FDA: To Import any Food related Your Factory MUST be register "'Registration of Food Facilities Step-by-Step Instructions (click here)
15. FDA: Medical Devices Topics (click here)    510(k) Screening Checklist (click here) (click here)
16. To import any Motor Vehicle:  Parts / Classic /  Antique Vehicles / cars / Off-Road / ATV's / Snowmobiles / Motorcycle & Etc. (click here)
17. Importing a Motor Vehicle by CBP (click here)
18. EPA Form 3520-1 / 3520-21 (click here)   &  DOT Form HS7 (click here) OR CBP (click here) : Importing Car or Vehicle
19. EPA / CBP / DOT: Permanently importing a MOTORCYCLE (click here)
20. Importing classic or antique vehicles / cars for personal use (click here)
21. Registering a foreign registered vehicle, car or motorcycle in the U.S. with the Department of Motor Vehicles (click here)
22. Requirements for importing a vehicle / vehicle parts (click here)
23. Importing a NON-US version / NON conforming vehicle or car into the U.S. (click here)
24. Importing a car or vehicle - Obtaining EPA form 3520-1 and DOT form HS-7 (click here)
25. EPA (form 3501) Notice of Arrival of Pesticides & Devices / Motor Vehicles Equipment (click here)
26. EPA certification (Sample) (click here)
27. DOT Declaration (Importation of Motor Vehicles & Motor Vehicle Equipment Subject / Federal Motor Vehicle Safety) (click here)  
28. EPA (form 3501) Notice of Arrival of Pesticides & Devices / Motor Vehicles Equipment (click here)
29. EPA certification (Sample) (click here)
30. Exporting a Motor Vehicle (click here)
31. DOT Declaration (Importation of Motor Vehicles & Motor Vehicle Equipment Subject / Federal Motor Vehicle Safety) (click here)  
32. CBP all other forms (click here)  
33. Regulatory Procedures Manual -August 2012 Chapter 9 Import Operations And Actions / FDA (click here)
34. Canada Customs Broker list (click here)
35. Application for Explosives License or Permit (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives / BATF) (click here)
36. Look-up: If your are importing Anti Dumping (ADD)  and/or Countervailing (CVD) items (click here)
37. US Department of Transportation Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) (click here)
.       a. Sample Cover Letter Fireworks (EX)  - APA Standard 87-1 request transportation approval and classification (PHMSA) (click here)
.       b. Sample Cover Letter Fireworks (EX)  - APA Standard 87-1 Approval  Application (PHMSA) (click here)
38. If you are importing Aluminum Windows (click here)
39. To register as C-TPAT (click here)   or   (click here)   or  (click here) Front of the Line privileges & other BENEFITS (look page 2 & 3)
40. To Clearing your own shipment (click here).    SEA imported goods can be cleared 5 days before the shipment arrives into US port (click here)
.       a. IF shipment coming in thru Long Beach port, but the importer at Oklahoma & to Cleared from Oklahoma, then importer need to file a CBP 7512 (click here)
.       b. IF Import value is over $2,500 (or over $250 if textiles), a commodity subject to other federal agencies requirements (i.e. firearms or food), MUST have Bond (click here)
41. Exporting and Importing Firearms (click here) (click here) / Customs Entry Requirement (click here) / Importer's Survival Kit (click here)
42. Dangerous (hazardous / HAZMATmaterials (click here) / Hazmat Labels (click here) DOT Placards (click here) UN Packaging click here)
.      General requirements for packagings and packages (click here) / U.S. shipments of used lead batteries to Mexico (click here) Exporting Waste (click here)
.      Flammable and Combustible Liquids (Hazard Class 3) by usps (click here) (click here) by fed-ex (click here) / Hazard School (click here) (click here)
.      EPA Hazard (click here) (click here)  fmcsa.dot.Hazard (click here) Federal Hazard Ratings H2O2 (click here)  
43. If you are Importing Disposable Electronic Cigarette ( Electronic Atomizer ) (click here) blog.
44. ITA (International Trade Administration's) steel import license sample (click here), To apply (click here),   other info (click here)  &  (click here)  &  (click here)
45. Medical Devices (medical and industrial use are medical devices) Importing into the US (click here) (click here) (click here) (click here)
46. Importing Froze Food/Meat FDA Manufacturers registration#  &  BIO-TERRORISM  registration#  with Copy FCE# and SID# (click here sample) Registration Food Facilities.
47. Declaration for Importation or Exportation of Fish or Wildlife (Form 3-177) / Declaration for Importation or Exportation of Fish or Wildlife (click here) (click here)
48. Invoice Details for Knit or Woven Cotton Fabrics sample (click here).
49. Invoice Details for Woven Man-Made Fiber Fabrics sample (click here)
50. International Footwear/Shoe Association, Footwear/Shoe Retailers America, Interim Footwear/Shoe invoice sample (click here)/click here.
51. Federal Communications Commission (FCC 740) statement regarding the importation of radio frequency devices capable of causing harmful interference  (click here)
52. FDA Electronic Products (Food and Drug Administration 2877) FDA declaration for imported electronic products subject to radiation control standards (click here)
.      Importer has import a LASER Engraving Machine (Model: FLDJ1390 from China), that Engraves wood, acrylic, stone, leather, glass, bamboo, foam cutting & etc.
.      Acknowledgement Letters and Accession Numbers & to apply for Accession Numbers (click here)
.      NOTE: Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) is responsible for regulating radiation-emitting electronic products
53. Manual for Agricultural Clearance by US Department of Agriculture / USDA (Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service / Plant Protection and Quarantine) (click here)
54. Manual for US Department of Agriculture Violations (click here) & (click here for others)
55. Examining Carriers: Clearing Vessels Special Procedures for Suspect Asian Gypsy Moth (AGM) Ships (click here)
56. FDA FORMS - Food and Drug Administration FORMS (Animal / Biologic / Cosmetic / Food / Human Drug / Medical Device / Radiological Health Forms /
.      Radiological  Health Forms / Safety & Problem Reporting Forms / Field Operations Forms / Tobacco Products Forms & etc.    (click here)
Notes:
1. Customs Clearing Power of Attorney (POA) (click here) with below a, b, c or d.
.  a. Consignee as your NAME / Individual/Sole Proprietorship with SSN# :  Driver Licenses  &  1040 Tax Return  OR  front & back of SSN Card   &/or  utility bill  / website & etc
.  b. Consignee as Company (inc/llc) with Tax-id / IRS# :  Driver Licenses  &   IRS 147C  OR  1120c  OR 1120S   OR  1065 (LLC)   &/or   utility bill  /  Business License  & etc.
.  c. MOVING back into USA with personal USED items :  Driver Licenses,  SSN#,  PassPort,  Visa, (click here)  &  fill-out  supplemental  declaration  CF  3299.
.  d. Foreigner person/company/gov (NOT register in US) & importing personal-USED items/ Commercial-goods/Trade-Show (FDA), PassPort, Visa,  Foreign/US add, & etc.
2. IF you're importing FDA/ATF/TTB/DOT/EPA/USDA/(Fumigation Report) &/or other related government agency items/products, MUST file Prior Notice. Contact us ASAP
3. Ask your supplier to do  Telex Release on your shipment, BUT if you do receive an OBL (Original-Bill-of-Lading) Sign it & Mail the OBL to your US Freight Forwarder
4. All US Customs/Our Fees are Estimates, US Customs/We reserve the rights to amend any fees anytime, anywhere.
5. As for shipping, it may be cheaper to use your supplier (Third world countries) labor & ship it to US Port. (click here) for shipping
.   glossary, after your shipment is in US Port we could help you with Trucking Arrangement, Customs Clearing & other services
6. Details about US Customs & Import  requirements (click here) & A Guide for Commercial Importers by CBP (click here)
7. By US Customs (CBP) Prohibited and Restricted Items (click here)  If you received a EXAM notice (CLICK HERE)
8. BEFORE Customs Clearing document could be released to you or to anyone, Customs Clearing invoice & ISF fees MUST be Pre-paid.
9. Any shipment coming in to US,  It MUST have a Fumigation Certificate/Report, otherwise US Customs will issue Emergency Action Notifications and
.   order the importers to fumigate the containers (Fumigating an container in US could cost $100s & $1,000's & other fees & delaying your shipment
.   being released from US Customs). For more details (click here) & (click here) & (click here)
10. As your Customs Clearing Agent, we will be invoicing you  ISF Filing related fees  &  Customs Clearing related fees,   BUT you may be also paying, US
.     Customs Bonded Warehouse/Container Freight Station Warehouse fees (CFS Warehouse fees),    Trucking Arrangement fees,   Ocean/Air Freight Forwarder
.     fees (Freight Release fee),    US Sea Port fees/US Airport fees,     EXAMS fees,    US Customs & Other Government Agencies and other private agencies fees,
.     who are involved with your shipment(s), all are SEPARATE charges.
11. All our service arrangements (ISF filing/customs clearing/trucking & ETC.) is/are NO pro-rate &  NO refunds on any payments. All Premiums/fees Fully Earned  
12. To AVOID Our reimbursement Service Fees (CLICK HERE).  We are NOT a payment center for all your Vendors, we are here to clear your shipment with US Customs
13. BEFORE you import, check your HTC/HTS/Harmonized-Tariff-Code (Duty) classifications &  Anti Dumping Duty (ADD)  & Countervailing Duty (CVD) / Trade.gov / directory.
.
     Importers are responsible for all HTC/HTS classifications of their own goods. Our classification on customs entries Filing & ISF filing are ADVISORY & NOT binding
.      Also, if ADD / CVD  &/or  FDA, USDA, Lacey-Act,  + any US government agencies involvement, shipment must be cleared with local Broker.
14. Before/After shipment is picked-up US Customs has rights to Exam any shipment anytime, US Customs has discretion to modify/amend Duty/Tax at anytime & reclassify  
.      HTC/HTS code anytime as ADD / CVD  &/or  FDA, USDA, Lacey-Act,  + any US government agencies involvement, IF so, all fees MUST be paid within 10 working days.
15. After/Before first entry is done & paid & picked-up by you, IF US Customs RE-classified as as ADD / CVD  &/or  FDA, USDA, Lacey-Act,  + any US government agencies
.      involvement,  it must be refiled for entry with Local Broker (place of Importer) within 15 days. (click here) to fill-out Blanket Statement of Reimbursement/None-Reimburse.
16. Importers/Exporter are responsible for all fees (click here), US Laws/International Laws (www.cbp.gov)  CBP Action WithOUT Notification BackDated Duty/Tax (click here)
17. IF Importer/consignee shipment is detained/hold by US Customs/CBP &/or any other US Government Agencies, there is be NO pro-rate &  NO refunds & NO cancellation
18. Normally on SEA LCL International shipping: As importer, there are 10 party involved with 9 vendor payments:  BEFORE any shipment arrangement, you should
.      negotiate your shipping terms (click here) with your supplier/factory & shipping company, otherwise   (1. You/importer/Consignee.    (2. Your factory/supplier payments.   
.      (3. Your foreign freight forwarder payment.   (4. Your Cargo Insurance/all risk/total lost).   (5. Your SF Filing Agent (SEA Shipment ONLY).    (6. Your Customs Clearing
.      Agent payment.  (7. Your Freight forwarder AKA: Arrival Notice / Unloading from vessel & moving it to warehouse/port fee.  (8. Your Exam US Customs Exam Site. & US
.      Government Agencies.   (9. your CFS warehouse payment/LCL SEA shipment.   (10. Domestic trucking arrange payment or Pick-up your shipment yourself.  (11. Etc,
19. Normally on SEA Full Container International shipping: As importer, there are 10 party involved with 9 vendor payments: BEFORE any shipment arrangement, you should
.      negotiate your shipping terms (click here) with your supplier/factory & shipping company, otherwise  (1. You/Importer/Consignee.     (2. Your factory/supplier payments.   
.      (3. Your foreign freight forwarder payment.   (4. Your Cargo Insurance/all risk/total lost).   (5. Your ISF Filing Agent (SEA Shipment ONLY).   (6. Your Customs Clearing
.      Agent payment,    (7. Your Freight forwarder AKA: Arrival Notice / Unloading from vessel & moving it to warehouse/port fee.  (8. Your Exam US Customs Exam Site. & US
.      Government Agencies.   (9. Your Sea Terminal Port payment/FULL Container,   (10. Domestic trucking arrange payment or Pick-up your shipment yourself.    (11. Etc,
20. Normally on AIR International shipping: As importer, there are 9 party involved with 8 payments:  BEFORE any shipment arrangement, you should negotiate your
.      shipping terms (click here) with your supplier/factory & shipping company, otherwise   (1. You/importer/Consignee.  (2. Your factory/supplier payments.   
.      (3. Your foreign freight forwarder payment.  (4. Your Cargo Insurance/all risk/total lost).   (5. Your Customs Clearing Agent payment,   
.      (6. Your AIRLINE / Freight Forwarder / AKA: Air-Way-Bill (AWB) / Arrival Notice / Unloading from Airplane & moving it to warehouse fee.  (7. Your Exam US Customs Exam
.      Site. &  SUBJECT-to Government Agencies.  (8. Your Airport Terminal Port payment,   (9. Domestic trucking arrange payment or Pick-up your shipment yourself. (10. Etc,
21. Importing Solar Panels from China (click here)   (Anti Dumping (ADD) 255% - 287% of duty/tax)   
22
. Aluminum Window Frames / Aluminum Window Frames from China:  165% Duty = (132% ADD/CVD + 33% Duty). (click here) to search all ADD / CVD
23. Pay your duty/tax & etc., on-time (ASAP),   if NOT, US Customs issues Penalty/Fines (click here) for sample.
24. Example of change duty/tax Free to 6% within month: Consignee import same product month ago at duty/tax free, then Consignee import same items think there will be
.      no duty/tax again, BUT when we submitted Customs Entry, US Custom notify us, NOW duty/tax are 6% (before you import, please check with www.cbp.gov for all details)
.      (click here) (click here) (google search)  (GSP BENEFIT EXPIRED)   " Importers are responsible for all fees, US Laws & International Laws. "  (click here)
25. Importing natural gas/gasoline, oil, and petroleum into the USA: for US Customs (click here) &  for Department of Energy (click here)
.     You do not need a license to import these items, but you are required to file a form EIA814 with the Energy Information Administration.
26. US Ports of Entry (click here)    &   Classification Of U.S. Customs and Border Protection Districts And Ports.  A Complete Listing Of Valid District / Port Codes.(click here)
27. Tips for New Importers and Exporters by US Customs (click here)  Annual Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Seizure Statistics (click here)
28. To import from Iranian / Regulations involving Sanctions against Iran (click here)  (click here) (click here).  Sanctions Programs and Country Information (click here) (click)
29. Internet Purchases: You/Buyer/purchaser/Importer/consignee Responsibility and Liability (click here)
CBP.gov / Importing:
1. Basic Importing and Exporting (click here)
2. Importing Into the United States (click here)
3. Information on Centers of Excellence and Expertise (click here)
4. Internet Purchases (click here)
5. Non-Resident, Returning Military and Returning Official Government Employee Importations of Personal Vehicle for Personal Use (click here)
6. Change in Non-Compliant Mini-Truck Importations (click here)
7. Importing a Motor Vehicle (click here)
8. Foreign Trade Zones (click here)



CBP.gov / Exporting:
1. Electronic Export Information (click here)
2. Export Licenses (click here)
3. Exporting a Motor Vehicle (click here)
4. Changes to the Foreign Trade Regulations Export Requirements (click here)
5. Interim Final Rule on Social Security Number (click here)
6. Department of State Questions and Answers (click here)
7. Memorandum: Frequently Asked Questions Enforcement of U.S. Census Bureau Regulations Requiring Mandatory Automated Filing of Export Information (click here)


CBP.gov / Top Import/Export Topics:
1. Do I need a license to import something? (click here)
2. Moving Household Goods to the U.S. (click here)
3. User Fee Decals (click here)
4. Brokers or Carriers (click here)
5. Mail (click here)


Canadian Trade Commissioner Service:  
Exporting to the United States - A Guide for Canadian Businesses - 2012-2013 Edition (
click here)


Before importing & after you have received your shipment(s):
Please check with all our
government agencies, IF your shipment/items/products could be sold to general public (importers  responsibility)
Bond Requirement for ISF filing with US Customs:
.. a. All Sea/Ocean shipments (No matter the value of shipment); you must have your own Single ISF Bond  or Continuous Bond to complete the ISF Filing with US Customs.
.  b. Calling us or Emailing us & confirming a Single ISF Bond, which could done within 30 mins. (click here) to apply & (click here) to view cost of Single ISF Bond.  
.  c. Single ISF Bond could be used only Once
.  d. To apply for Continuous Bond (click here). BUT, for US Customs to issue Continuous Bond (to you), it takes 5-8 working days to be approved by us/US Customs.

Bond Requirement for Entry Filing with US Customs:
.  a. Calling us or Emailing us & confirming it. Single Entry Bond, could done within 30 mins. (click here) to view cost of Single Entry Bond fees.  
.  b. IF your shipment value is less than $2,500 or if it's your personal USED items, Single Entry Bond is NOT required, but with some RESTRICTIONS (click), (click) & (click)
.  c. IF shipment is your personal USED items, please email your Pass-Port & Visa with Foreign address and how long you had lived in that address.  
.  d. IF your shipment is over $2500, you must have your own Single Entry Bond or Continuous Bond to complete the Entry filing with US Customs.
.  e. BUT, If shipment is subject to FDA, USDA, Lacey-Act, FWS, any US Government Agencies, ADD / CVD & Etc, Single Entry Bond cost is TRIPLE the normal bond fee (click)
.   f. But, if your invoice value is over $5,001 & if shipment is subject to FDA, USDA, Lacey-Act, FWS, any US Government Agencies, ADD / CVD & Etc, you MUST have your
.      own Continuous Bond. (click here) to apply. For US Customs to issue Continuous Bond (to you), it takes 5-8 working days (2 weeks) to be approved by us/US Customs.
.      Continuous Bond eliminates ALL single bonds for Next 365 days.

NOTE: Single ISF Bond & Single ENTRY Bond are two DIFFERENT bonds.    
To import/export vehicles:
1
To import any Motor Vehicle:  Parts / Classic /  Antique Vehicles / cars / Off-Road / ATV's / Snowmobiles / Motorcycle & Etc. (click here)
2. Importing a Motor Vehicle by CBP (click here)
3. EPA Form 3520-1 / 3520-21 (click here)   &  DOT Form HS7 (click here) OR CBP (click here) : Importing Car or Vehicle
4. EPA / CBP / DOT: Permanently importing a MOTORCYCLE (click here)
5. Importing classic or antique vehicles / cars for personal use (click here)
6. Registering a foreign registered vehicle, car or motorcycle in the U.S. with the Department of Motor Vehicles (click here)
7. Requirements for importing a vehicle / vehicle parts (click here)
8. Importing a NON-US version / NON conforming vehicle or car into the U.S. (click here)
9. Importing a car or vehicle - Obtaining EPA form 3520-1 and DOT form HS-7 (click here)
10. EPA (form 3501) Notice of Arrival of Pesticides & Devices / Motor Vehicles Equipment (click here)
11. EPA certification (Sample) (click here)
12. DOT Declaration (Importation of Motor Vehicles & Motor Vehicle Equipment Subject / Federal Motor Vehicle Safety) (click here)  
13. Trade Shows - exhibiting a product/ booths (click here)    /  Carnets Obtaining additional information  (click here)

14. CBP all other forms (click here)  
15. Exporting a Motor Vehicle (click here)  
16. Importing a Motor Vehicle (click here)
17. Instructions for clearing vehicle titles in the port of ...... (click here)
18. Procedures For Exporting Used Vehicles by US Customs (click here)
19. Vehicle Information Sheet / Letter of Intent to Export / LOI (click here)
20. Clearing Military Vehicles for U.S. Entry.

http://www.doleoceancargo.com/English/Compliance/Documentation/VehicleShippingGuidelines/tabId/1488/Default.aspx  ( VEHICLE EXPORT AUTHORIZATION )

http://www.bordercenter.org/chem/vehicles.htm
http://www.bordercenter.org/mexico/index.cfm
http://www.bordercenter.org/wastewatcher/index.cfm
http://www.bordercenter.org/asia/index.htm (Chemicals and Products From China to the U.S.)  & OTHERS, click on each link on left side.
http://www.bordercenter.org/asia/offhighwaymotorcycles.htm (Small Engines, Off-Highwary Motorcycles, ATV, Utility Vehicles, Diesel non-road & ETC)
http://www.portcompliance.org/  


http://www.oceanfreightusa.com/faq_exp_vro.php
http://www.mvd.newmexico.gov/port-of-entry-information.aspx
MILITARY http://www.transcom.mil/dtr/part-iv/dtr_part_iv_app_k_3.pdf
Importing a Car to Cayman  http://www.caymannewresident.com/importing-a-car-to-cayman

http://www.movingscam.com/articles/a-guide-to-international-shipping
The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission - http://www.fmc.gov/
The British Association of International Removers - http://www.bar.co.uk/
Australian Furniture Removers Association - http://www.afra.com.au/
Canadian Border Services Agency - http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/
FIDI FAIM (a highly respected industry trade association) - http://www.fidi-faim.com/
Moving Scam (a consumer website) - http://www.movingscam.com/
ReloRoundtable (an industry website) - http://www.reloroundtable.com/
EXPORT.gov
1
. Export: Schedule B and HS Number (click here)
2. Common Export Documents (click here)
3. Export International Logistics (click here)
4. Export to China, Hardwood Forest Products (click here)
5. Export processing (click here)
6. Export Enforcement - Bureau of Industry and Security(BIS) (click here)
7. Contact a Trade Specialist Near You (http://export.gov/) (click here)
8. Exporting a Motor Vehicle/Car/motorcycle (click here)
9. Exporting Waste (click here)
10. Exporting: Chemicals Subject to TSCA 12(b) Export Notification Requirements (click here)  &  Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) (click here)