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HS Code and Harmonized Tariff Schedule of Canada
HS NoSS Description of Goods Unit of Meas.  MFN Tariff Applicable Preferential Tariffs
9805.00.0020Goods imported by a member of the Canadian Forces, by an employee of the Canadian government, or by a former resident of Canada returning to Canada to resume residence in Canada after having been a resident of another country for a period of not less than one year, or by a resident returning after an absence from Canada of not less than one year, and acquired by that person for personal or household use and actually owned, possessed and used abroad by that person for at least six months prior to that person's return to Canada and accompanying that person at the time of their return to Canada. "Goods" does not include goods that are sold or otherwise disposed of within twelve months after importation. For the purpose of this tariff item: (a) the provisions shall apply to either wine not exceeding 1.5 litres or any alcoholic beverages not exceeding 1.14 litres, and tobacco not exceeding fifty cigars, two hundred cigarettes, two hundred tobacco sticks and two hundred grams of manufactured tobacco if they are included in the baggage accompanying the importer, and no relief from payment of duties is being claimed in respect of alcoholic beverages or tobacco under another item in this Chapter at the time of importation;(b) if goods (other than alcoholic beverages, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco sticks and manufactured tobacco) are not accompanying the person returning from abroad, they may be classified under this item when imported at a later time if they are reported by the person at the time of return to Canada; and(c) any article which was acquired after March 31, 1977 by a class of persons named in this tariff item and which has a value for duty as determined under the Customs Act of more than $10,000 shall not be classified under this tariff item. - Goods imported by returning employees of the Canadian Government-  
9805.00.0030Goods imported by a member of the Canadian Forces, by an employee of the Canadian government, or by a former resident of Canada returning to Canada to resume residence in Canada after having been a resident of another country for a period of not less than one year, or by a resident returning after an absence from Canada of not less than one year, and acquired by that person for personal or household use and actually owned, possessed and used abroad by that person for at least six months prior to that person's return to Canada and accompanying that person at the time of their return to Canada. "Goods" does not include goods that are sold or otherwise disposed of within twelve months after importation. For the purpose of this tariff item: (a) the provisions shall apply to either wine not exceeding 1.5 litres or any alcoholic beverages not exceeding 1.14 litres, and tobacco not exceeding fifty cigars, two hundred cigarettes, two hundred tobacco sticks and two hundred grams of manufactured tobacco if they are included in the baggage accompanying the importer, and no relief from payment of duties is being claimed in respect of alcoholic beverages or tobacco under another item in this Chapter at the time of importation;(b) if goods (other than alcoholic beverages, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco sticks and manufactured tobacco) are not accompanying the person returning from abroad, they may be classified under this item when imported at a later time if they are reported by the person at the time of return to Canada; and(c) any article which was acquired after March 31, 1977 by a class of persons named in this tariff item and which has a value for duty as determined under the Customs Act of more than $10,000 shall not be classified under this tariff item. - Goods imported by other returning former residents of Canada-  
9805.00.0040Goods imported by a member of the Canadian Forces, by an employee of the Canadian government, or by a former resident of Canada returning to Canada to resume residence in Canada after having been a resident of another country for a period of not less than one year, or by a resident returning after an absence from Canada of not less than one year, and acquired by that person for personal or household use and actually owned, possessed and used abroad by that person for at least six months prior to that person's return to Canada and accompanying that person at the time of their return to Canada. "Goods" does not include goods that are sold or otherwise disposed of within twelve months after importation. For the purpose of this tariff item: (a) the provisions shall apply to either wine not exceeding 1.5 litres or any alcoholic beverages not exceeding 1.14 litres, and tobacco not exceeding fifty cigars, two hundred cigarettes, two hundred tobacco sticks and two hundred grams of manufactured tobacco if they are included in the baggage accompanying the importer, and no relief from payment of duties is being claimed in respect of alcoholic beverages or tobacco under another item in this Chapter at the time of importation;(b) if goods (other than alcoholic beverages, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco sticks and manufactured tobacco) are not accompanying the person returning from abroad, they may be classified under this item when imported at a later time if they are reported by the person at the time of return to Canada; and(c) any article which was acquired after March 31, 1977 by a class of persons named in this tariff item and which has a value for duty as determined under the Customs Act of more than $10,000 shall not be classified under this tariff item. - Goods imported by other returning residents of Canada-  
9807.00.0000Goods imported by a settler for the settler's household or personal use, if actually owned, possessed and used abroad by the settler prior to the settler's arrival in Canada and accompanying the settler at the time of the settler's arrival in Canada. For the purpose of this tariff item: (a) "goods" may include: (i) either wine not exceeding 1.5 litres or any alcoholic beverages not exceeding 1.14 litres, and (ii) tobacco not exceeding fifty cigars, two hundred cigarettes,two hundred tobacco sticks and two hundred grams of manufactured tobacco; (b) "goods" does not include imported goods that are sold or otherwise disposed of within twelve months after importation; and (c) if goods (other than alcoholic beverages, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco sticks and manufactured tobacco) are not accompanying the settler at the time of the settler's arrival in Canada, they may be classified under this tariff item when imported at a later time if they are reported by the settler at the time of the settler's arrival in Canada.-FreeCCCT, LDCT
9827.00.0000Goods, which may include either wine not exceeding 1.5 litres or any alcoholic beverages not exceeding 1.14 litres, and tobacco products not exceeding fifty cigars, two hundred cigarettes, two hundred tobacco sticks and two hundred grams of manufactured tobacco, imported by members of the military forces of countries that are parties to the North Atlantic Treaty or are members of the Commonwealth, or by civilian employees of those military forces who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada and are stationed in Canada on official duty, including dependants of such members or employees, but not persons on duty at a diplomatic mission, on condition that:(a) an authorized identification card is presented to a Customs officer by the visiting forces personnel at the time the goods are imported into Canada; (b) the goods were acquired abroad for the personal or household use of the visiting forces personnel and are in quantities and values that are reasonable for such use; and(c) in the case of durable goods, they are accompanied on importation by documentation specified by the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness and are not sold or otherwise disposed of (except disposed of by destruction under Customs supervision or by exportation or sale to other visiting forces personnel) unless, prior to the sale or other disposition, the goods are accounted for by the importer or owner and customs duty is paid in respect of the goods.-FreeCCCT, LDCT
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