Antigua and Barbuda

Use of customs brokers

The use of Customs Brokers is not mandatory in Antigua and Barbuda. Customs Officers generally provide assistance to importers of small non-commercial personal packages by completing a simplified declaration form. However, more complex and involved shipments usually require the use of a designated "third party", such as a Customs Broker or someone who is familiar with the Customs Electronic Software (ASYCUDA WORLD), can act on their behalf allowing for the direct declaration of importation and/or exportation of goods to and from Antigua and Barbuda.

The following websites provide information about the Laws, Acts, Rules and Regulation that governs the Antigua and Barbuda Customs and Excise Division:

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