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  AGENCY = CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT


Form Title  Description

ACCOMPANIED BAGGAGE DECLARATION

This Form is used by all Returning Residents from Foreign declaring goods purchased or acquired whilst abroad. This Form is also used by Visitors' imported dutiable goods as a part of their baggage.

C- 25 Ex-Warehouse Export Entry Form

C- 25

AIRCRAFT CARGO MANIFEST

Cargo Manifest for unacompanied goods brought in on an aircraft

AIRCRAFT GENERAL DECLARATION

This Form is used by Commercial Aircraft when arriving in The Bahamas

AIRCRAFT GENERAL DECLARATION (OUTWARD/INWARD)

Under customs regulation commercial aircrafts (passengers / cargo) are required to provide an Aircraft General Declaration, passenger and cargo manifest.

AIRCRAFT PASSENGER MANIFEST

Passenger listing of all passengers on an aircraft as declared by the master of the craft

Application for release of goods

Businesses concerned with perishable imports can request permission for the removal of these perishable goods prior to entry and payment of duty.

C1 ATTENDANCE REQUEST

To Request the services of a Customs Officer for the purpose of examination of containers on site, to facilitate the Boarding/Entering of Aircraft and Vessels, Bonded Warehouses or any other service that occurs away from the Customs regular place of business.

C14 Entry For Goods Imported

Entry For Goods Imported Conditional Free Under Hawksbill Creek Agreement

DECLARATION OF CONSUMABLE STORES ON BOARD AIRCRAFT

This Form is used to declare all the cigarettes, cigars, spirits, that were placed on board an aircraft for the use of the passengers.

DECLARATION OF CONSUMABLE STORES ON BOARD VESSEL

This Form is used to declare all the goods for the consumption of the Crew and/or Passengers and should include all food and beverages.

DECLARATION OF DUTIABLE GOODS

Crew Declaration

DECLARATION OF VALUE FORM

Under customs regulations, persons bringing cargo into the country must complete and submit a “Home Consumption Entry Form” at the time of arrival.

HOME CONSUMPTION ENTRY FORM

Under customs regulations, persons bringing cargo into the country must complete and submit a “Home Consumption Entry Form” at the time of arrival.

Import Good For Temporary Use

Request To Import Goods For A Temporary Use or Purpose

INWARD DECLARATION AND CRUISING PERMIT

This Form is used by pilots flying "for pleasure purposes, not for any reward or payment". The C7A is prepared by the pilot and presented to the attending Customs Officer at the first Port of Entry into The Bahamas.

INWARD REPORT - PLEASURE VESSELS

This Form is completed in duplicate by the Captain or Owner for Pleasure Vessels visitng The Bahamas from a Foreign Port. The document must be presented to the Attending Customs Officer at the first Port of Entry into The Bahamas.

MARITIME DECLARATION OF HEALTH

(To be completed and submitted to the competent authorities by the Master of Ships arriving from Ports outside the territory

PARCELS LIST

This Form is used by the Shipping Agent to "record or manifest" small parcels for which no "Bill of Lading" was issued.

REPORT INWARDS OF VESSELS

This Form is to be prepared by the Master or Agent of aircraft or vessels "Entering" The Bahamas from a Foreign Port. Vessels Exempted: 1. Pleasure Vessel / Yacht the Captain or Owner is required to complete Form C2A (Inward Report - Pleasure Vessels) 2. Military Vessels

Transshipment Entry

Shipping or airline agents who are interested in the movement of goods that are destined for another port or vessel or aircraft should apply to the Comptroller of Customs for authorisation.

UNACCOMPANIED BAGGAGE DECLARATION

Formed used for delayed accompanied baggage.

VESSEL PASSENGER LIST

This Form is used to list the names of all passengers arriving or departing on a commercial vessel; for example, cargo freighter, cruise ship

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