The Importer Security Filing (ISF Filling) Bond for USA from KSA. Check requirements, deadline, penalty check filing status website.

ISF Filing Solutions

Are you shipping cargo from Jeddah, Riyadh, or Dammam to Chicago, Houston, New York, Salt Lake City, Michigan, or Baltimore?

Whether it's for personal or commercial purposes, ensuring a smooth and compliant import process is crucial. One of the essential requirements for importing goods into the USA is filing an Importer Security Filing (ISF), also known as the "10+2" rule. At ISF Filing Solutions, we specialize in providing comprehensive ISF filing for USA solutions to streamline your import process and facilitate compliance with US Customs regulations.

What is ISF Filing?

The Importer Security Filing (ISF), mandated by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), requires importers to provide specific information about cargo shipments before they are loaded onto vessels destined for the United States. This filing enhances CBP's ability to identify high-risk shipments and improve security measures while facilitating the flow of legitimate trade.

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Personal Cargo ISF Filing

Whether you're relocating to the USA or sending personal belongings from KSA, we simplify the ISF filing process for individuals. Our experts ensure that your personal cargo meets all regulatory requirements, allowing for a hassle-free import experience.

Commercial Cargo ISF Filing

For businesses importing goods into the USA, compliance with ISF regulations is essential. We provide efficient ISF filing services for commercial cargo, helping you avoid delays, penalties, and non-compliance issues.

Comprehensive ISF Assistance

Our experienced team guides you through every step of the ISF filing process, from gathering necessary information to submitting filings accurately and on time. We prioritize accuracy and efficiency to ensure compliance and minimize disruptions to your supply chain.


ISF Filing for USA (ISF) FAQ

1. What is the Importer Security Filing document?
The Importer Security Filing (ISF) document includes various details such as Importer of Record (IOR) or Buyer’s SSN/IRS Number, Consignee Number, Seller’s Name and Address, Buyer’s Name and Address, Ship-to Party, Manufacturer (or Supplier) Name and Address, Country of Origin, Commodity HTSUS Number, Container Stuffing Location, Consolidator Name and Address, Bill of Lading (B/L) Number, Booking Party Name and Address, Foreign Port of Unlading, and Place of Delivery.
2. What is the ISF filing deadline?
Importers and carriers must submit the ISF to CBP at least 24 hours before the cargo is loaded onto the vessel bound for the United States.
3. What is the penalty for late ISF filing?
Importers face a standard penalty of $5,000 per violation for late ISF filings. They are accountable for this fixed penalty for each missed deadline.
4. What is the cost of ISF filing?
The total cost for ISF filing and an ISF bond usually falls between $80 and $120 when utilizing a customs broker or third-party service.
5. How to check ISF filing status?
To check the status of your Importer Security Filing (ISF), you have several straightforward options:
Customs Broker Services: If you've engaged a customs broker, they can furnish you with real-time updates regarding the filing's status.
Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) Portal: Access the ACE portal provided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Sign in to view details about your ISF, including its current status. Ensure you possess the requisite information, such as your bill of lading or entry number, to input into the system.
Direct Inquiry to CBP: Directly contact CBP through their designated communication channels to inquire about the status of your ISF filing.
6. Is ISF filing required for Canada?
For goods arriving by vessel and unloaded within the U.S., CBP mandates an ISF-10 filing. When a vessel bound for Canada makes a stop at a U.S. port before reaching its ultimate destination, the shipments are categorized as Foreign Cargo Remaining on Board (FROB), requiring an ISF-5 filing.