Make sure you screenshot the full invoice no matter how many shots it takes.


In general, a commercial invoice should have enough information for a customs officer to determine if the goods being imported are admissible, and if so, what the correct Harmonized Tariff Schedule classification and rate of duty should be. See the information below on what an invoice should contain for processing:


There is no specific format for an invoice, however at a minimum, an invoice should:

1. Describe the item(s) clearly

2. Give the quantity of each item on the invoice 

3. Show or State the value (price paid, or value) for each item on the invoice 

4. Shipping and tax cost(even if its $0 or free) followed by the grand total of the order

5. Shipper Info: Name & address of business or person sending the goods

6. Consignee Info(your info): Name & address of business or person receiving the goods