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Re: Importation of Dart frogs into Canada


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Posted by Wu-Gwei on January 14, 2003 at 21:05:37:

In Reply to: Re: Importation of Dart frogs into Canada posted by Roy Stockwell on December 14, 2002 at 00:44:41:

Roy,

So let me get this straight...

US exporter:
CITES export permit
Export License (US$55 anf good for one year and exporters would have this already, if they export a lot - right?)
Ships it to a desgnated port

Then USF&W will receive & open the package, and who fills out the 3-177 export form? The USF&W stamps the CITES & 3-177. Who sends it off to the CDN airport?

Then I show up at the airport to pick it up for CDN inspection? I want to import turtles. I know about the CFIA import procedures (CFIA Import Permit would accompany the shipment - right)?

My biggest concern is the arrival of the shipment at a designated port and inspection and shipment to Canada. In article by Roy Stockwell, it mentions about a broker who will do this? I don't understand.

Thanks.

Cheers,
JJ



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