The Commercial Invoice is used for import control, valuation, and duty determination. The document identifies the commodities (or goods) being shipped and their values.
A Commercial Invoice is required on all nondocument shipments containing goods and is not required for document shipments.
Provided all information needed to complete a Commercial Invoice is present, use one of the following methods to process a Commercial Invoice using UPS WorldShip:
Print and Attach Commercial Invoices to Shipments - WorldShip can print Commercial Invoices as needed. See Print International Documents using UPS WorldShip.
Submit Paperless Commercial Invoices to UPS - If you have a Paperless Commercial Invoice contract, UPS can prepare and submit Commercial Invoices on your behalf as needed. This method eliminates your need to print and attach Commercial Invoices to your shipments. See Submit Paperless International Documents to UPS.
Your invoice may vary from the displayed rates in WorldShip.
If you want UPS to remove the Commercial Invoice from an Import Control shipment before final delivery of the package, you must select the Commercial Invoice Removal shipment option. See Commercial Invoice Removal in Shipment and Package Options.