1. Getting Started
Create your free account & complete the Clearit online Power of Attorney
About Power of Attorney:
A power of attorney is required for a customs broker to transact on your behalf with U.S. Customs. Ours is simple and easy.
2. Submit your request
Here you will provide basic shipment details and upload required documentsRequired documents:
- Importer Security Filing (ISF) Ocean only
- Commercial Invoice
- Bill of lading
- Permits / PGAs Upon request
Don’t have all your documents?
With Clearit, you will be able to upload documents at any time throughout the clearance process via our virtual work-space.
3. Your agent gets to work for you
Your agent will review your submission and notify you via our virtual workspace if any further documents or information are required.
They will continue to keep you updated on the status of your shipment and we encourage any questions along the way.
Clearit virtual workspace:
Chat with your agent, upload documentation, review billing and more all within one organized work-space.
4. Your clearance request is processesed
Your agent will create your customs declaration and submit it directly to U.S. Customs via our secure Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).
Clearit is backed by 35 years of Customs Clearance experience
Clearit is a licensed U.S. Customs Broker with the ability to Remote File across all ports in the United States of America (National License Number 32477)
Clearit is a C.O.D service; upon submission to U.S. Customs a credit card payment is required. This payment includes:
- Duties If applicable
- Customs fees If applicable
- Brokerage fee
- Freight and warehouse payments Upon request
- Disbursement fees If applicable
Clearit as a payment facilitator:
Upon request Clearit can make payments on your behalf in order to expedite the release of you cargo (ocean and air).