Entry Summary 7501 Let’s keep it simple

DIY US Customs clearance frees you from reliance on brokers. File your own Entry Summary and save on every shipment!

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With eezycustoms, self-filing Entry Summary 7501 means quick, easy, and cost-effective compliance!
Filing the CBP 7501 will determine the regulations and duties required for US customs clearance.

​What?

An Entry Summary is legally required by US Customs for all cargo arriving in the United States.

Who?

All US importers must file an Entry Summary for customs clearance, regardless of the transportation mode of their shipment.

How?

Sign up to eezyimport platform and let our simple eezy flow platform glide you through your Entry Summary filing in minutes, even seconds for repeat shipments. eezy!

It’s best to file the Entry as soon as you have all the documents required for import customs clearance.
Late Entry Summary filing may subject you to additional broker and storage fees.

Entry Filing with eezy in just 4 steps

Here’s the list of documents out broker needs to get you though the eezy entry:

  • Commercial Invoice
  • Bill of lading or Airway bill
  • Arrival notice
  • POA- Power of Attorney, valid for 2 years

Our experienced broker reviews your entry, and if there is anything he needs from your side, he’ll update you by chat.

After the broker review is finished, you will be asked to pay the duties & taxes, unless you have an ACH with the CBP, in which case you’ll pay the duties post clearance. After the duties payment is finalized, your Entry will be filed for Cargo Release.

Once you’re past the clearance process, you can settle the pick-up and create your Delivery Order from your eezyimport dashboard.

Here’s the list of documents out broker needs to get you though the eezy entry:

  • Commercial Invoice
  • Bill of lading or Airway bill
  • Arrival notice
  • POA- Power of Attorney, valid for 2 years

Our experienced broker reviews your entry, and if there is anything he needs from your side, he’ll update you by chat.

After the broker review is finished, you will be asked to pay the duties & taxes, unless you have an ACH with the CBP, in which case you’ll pay the duties post clearance. After the duties payment is finalized, your Entry will be filed for Cargo Release.

Once you’re past the clearance process, you can settle the pick-up and create your Delivery Order from your eezyimport dashboard.

Clearing your goods from US Customs has never been so eezy!

Our broker Entry service streamlines and simplifies the Customs clearance process - with you and for you.
You’re filing DIY and saving time and money, but you’re not alone.
Our brokers have the knowledge and experience to handle basically any problem you throw at them and fix it - including the PGA!
Need assistance?
Our support team is here for you! Reach out by phone, chat, or text. Got a question for the broker?
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Broker Entry service pricing

Basic price

The price includes 1 invoice
and 5 lines (HS codes)

$65

Each additional invoice

2$

Each additional line (HS codes)

$5

Additional costs if applicable

PGA

$40

FWS

$70

Single Entry Bond

From $70

Disbursement of duties & payables (only if no ACH with the CBP is available). Duties can be paid via PayPal, Credit Card, or ACH with CBP (PUN).

3.8%

Got a filer code?

Excellent! You can file your Entry Summary for just $35 and save on every shipment!
All you need to do is register once, enter your filer code and ABI rep details, and you’re good to go!

Personal goods clearance is not supported.
Filing Late Broker Entry may be subject to additional fees, such as for brokerage services and storage.
Duties and fees are calculated after primary filing and subject to CBP verification of duties.
eezyimport does not handle the international and local transportation of goods. It is the importer’s responsibility to settle the final delivery and ensure all fees are paid to the local representatives of the forwarder or carrier.

FAQs

Accordion Content

Of course! You will be able to corresponde with your broker using the broker chat inside your eezy dashboard.

To get your Entry filed, you will need to provide a copy of your Bill of Lading, Commercial Invoice, Arrival Notice, and any other document you or the broker will find relevant for your release process.

Filing an Entry using our Broker module requires you to fill out a POA so that our broker would file the Entry on your behalf. For a POA to be valid, it must be notarized by all entities except for corporations.

Once the CBP has released your shipment, we will send you a notification containing Customs Release Documents (CBP Form 7501 – Entry Summary, CBP Form 3461 – Cargo Release, and ABI Messages). Also, you will be able to see the updated status of your Entry inside the online dashboard in your eezyimport account.

To get a Self Filer Code, you need to send a request to the Port Director of your main port of entry.
You can create the Self- Filer application template inside your eezyimport account, and email it to the CBP upon completion. Make sure you meet the requirements before submitting your Self Filer code request:

  • Continuous Bond on file with the CBP.
  • Entry Volume: a monthly average for the past 12-month period of 15 entries.
  • Entry Value: a total entered value during the past 12 months of $1,000,000, or more.
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