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Is the 'Made in [Country]' tag necessary on imported products? If it's not provided, what sort of issues does this cause with customs?

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Is the ‘Made in [Country]’ tag necessary on imported products? If it’s not provided, what sort of issues does this cause with customs?

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You can have you inventory seized.

Don’t hide it. Everything comes from China. It’s not a secret.

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But to clarify; I’m not trying to hide it. But I’ve seen cases where no label is put on and it still gets through customs.

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It could get through, if there’s already a Certificate of Origin on file during customs clearance. Having the tag on the product is a matter of labelling and not always related to customs, depending on the product category you are dealing with. You would have to look up the customs clearance requirements specific for your product for import documentation requirements, and look up amz’s product labelling requirements separately if you are interested in country of origin tag requirements for selling.

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Try this one: https://help.cbp.gov/…/requirements-for-country-of….

Requirements for country of origin marking on goods imported into the U.S.

Prior to importing your goods into the United States, you should ensure the overseas supplier has marked the goods with the country of origin. For example, goods originating in China should be marked “Made in China”. The marking must be legible and permanent enough for the ultimate purchaser to be m…

HELP.CBP.GOV

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