The Bermuda Customs Declaration  (BCD) is the principal form of entry for imports and exports of goods to and from Bermuda.
The BCD is a single administrative document. That means that the BCD is the appropriate form of entry for use by commercial and non-commercial importers to declare all types of goods no matter what the customs procedure (i.e. import, export, bond, transfer in bond, exemptions, concessions, etc.).
If you have to make a BCD, you should review the Bermuda Customs Declaration Guidelines .
There are different types of BCDs depending on the type of import or export. There are guidelines that you should review depending on the type.
These guidelines include:
- Imports Guidelines  - If you are importing goods directly to free circulation in Bermuda;
- Pro Formas Guidelines  - If you are moving goods from a port of entry to a local inland clearance warehouse, a bonded warehouse or a Queen’s warehouse;
- Deposits Guidelines  - If at the time of importation of your goods you do not have sufficient information regarding your goods to make a BCD;
- Adjustments Guideline  - If you have declared goods using a Deposit BCD or a Temporary Importation BCD;
- Temporary Importation Guidelines  – If you have declared goods using a Deposit BCD or a Temporary Importation BCD to temporarily import goods into Bermuda;
- BCD Exports Guidelines - If you are exporting goods from Bermuda.