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Posted by ram on December 29, 2002 at 20:47:04:
In Reply to: Re: Importation of Dart frogs into Canada posted by Roy Stockwell on December 14, 2002 at 00:44:41:
:The American vendor/shipper should apply for the appendix 2 export permit.
:They may be required to prove legal origin of their founder stock in order to be granted an export permit.
:The process lead time of getting CB CITES depends on the Species, but generally is 6 to 12 weeks.
:The shipper will have to get a USF&W import/export license. It costs 50US and is good for one year.It must be applied for in advance.
:The shipment must also be inspected at a designated port at the time of export..The inspection is $55 for non CITES but is usually
:90 for CITES..
:At the time of the inspection, the CITES will be validated(signed and stamped) and also a declaration of import/export, called a 3-177 will be
:After all these steps, the shipment can legally leave the US.
:Receiving them at a Canadian airport will pose no problems, providing the validated CITES and 3-177 accompany the shipment and don't fall off the box.
:You will have to pay GST and PST on the declared value.
:Here's link to my info page