Importer Security Filing and Additional Carrier Requirements Data, Dates and Decisions
Data (10) + Data (2) and More Data ++ Importer Requirements US bound cargo requires 10 Transit cargo requires 5 Carrier Requirements Vessel Stow plans 1 Container Status Messages 1
Required Elements Manufacturer (supplier) name and address Seller name and address Buyer name and address Ship to name and address Container stuffing location Consolidator (stuffer) name and address Importer/FTZ applicant identification number Consignee number(s) Country of origin Commodity HTSUS number
Information Flows PO Elements 1. Manufacturer (or supplier) name and address 2. Seller Name and Address 3. Buyer Name and Address 4. Ship To Name and Address 7. Importer of Record identifier (via cross reference) 9. Country of Origin 10. HTSUS (or can be derived from product file)
Information Flows Invoice Elements 2. Seller name and address 3. Buyer name and address The parties required for these elements are consistent with the information required on the invoice of imported merchandise 19 CFR 141.86 (a)(2)
Information Flows Entry CF3461 & Entry Summary CF7501 7. Importer of record number 8. Consignee number 9. Country of origin 10. Commodity HTSUS
Information Flows Transportation Elements 4. Ship to name and address 5. Container stuffing location 6. Consolidator (stuffer) name and address
Plus, Plus Flexible 6 Bill of lading Code—type of filing Code—flexible flag ISF number Bond information
Key Dates to Know Effective Date The Interim Final Rule took effect on January 26, 2009 60 days after publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER Compliance Date 12 month delayed-compliance period to January 26, 2010 May be extended Comment Date Comments on the Interim Final Rule components are due by June 1, 2009
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions Which agent is the fit? Stand alone or unified filing? How much to budget? To file or not to file?
The Naughty and Nice List Filings Increasing Steadily Daily average of 8-9,000 Cumulative over 400,000 Error rate about 7% Over 32,000 unique filers Progress Reports
CSMS# 09-000161 - Registering to Receive ISF Performance ReportsMon, 06 Apr 2009 14:41:00 -0500 Automated Broker InterfaceU.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is ready to send out the Importer Security Filing (ISF) Performance Reports. At this time, the ISF Performance Reports will be sent to filers only, who may redistribute relevant portions to individual importers.In order to receive ISF Performance Reports, a filer must register their information with CBP by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The email must provide the following information: > Filer’s corporate name > Filer code used for filing Security Filing > Point of Contact > Point of Contact’s telephone number > Corporate email address to which to send the Performance Report. CBP will call the Point of Contact to verify the provided information. Please call Chuck Miller at 703.553.1772 if you have any questions.
Outreach CBP may be planning to contact importers who have not yet filed an ISF Letters to corporate management Encourage filing during the phase-in period
Question of the Day “Are you making a good faith effort to comply with the rule to the extent of your current ability?”
Thank you Mary Jo Muoio, LCB, CCS Senior Vice President Barthco Trade Services, division OHL Global Freight Management and Logistics President National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America, Inc. E-mail: email@example.com Phone: 973 402 8300