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Presentation Disclaimer. The motivation behind this presentation is to acclimate the exchange with the new Importer Security Filing and Additional Carrier Requirements.
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Merchant Security Filing and Additional Carrier Requirements "10+2" Program Last Updated: February 4, 2009

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The reason for this presentation is to acclimate the exchange with the new Importer Security Filing and Additional Carrier Requirements.  Although this presentation endeavors to reflect the Interim Final Rule, audience members are forewarned that the real settled administrative content in the Interim Final Rule itself is authoritative. While CBP will react to a few inquiries amid this presentation, certain inquiries are more suitable to be reacted to in composing. Gatherings may submit inquiries regarding the general use of the new prerequisites to CBP by means of the mailbox.  CBP will audit all inquiries got through this letter box and will create FAQs to be posted on the CBP website.  Questions identifying with particular actualities and conditions of a planned exchange can be the subject of a decision ask for under Part 177 of the CBP controls. Presentation Disclaimer

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Introduction and Overview Implementation Strategy Specific Importer and Filer Requirements Questions And in the event that we have time: Additional Carrier Requirements Today\'s Presentation on "10+2"

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Background Advance Trade Data Initiative (June 2004) CBP Targeting Taskforce (March - May 2006) SAFE Port Act (October 2006) Consultative Process (November 2006 - exhibit) ATDI "10+2" Testing (February 2007 – November 2008) Notice of Proposed Rule Making Process (January - November 2008) Interim Final Rule Published (November 25, 2008)

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CBP is directing a stretched out round of organized effort exercises to connect with the exchange on all parts of the run the show. Video chats and web online courses face to face territorial workshops and exchange round table examinations at all of CBP\'s significant seaports and different ports as required. Los Angeles-Long Beach: December 9–10, 2008 Seattle: December 11, 2008 New Jersey (Newark): December 16-17, 2008 Miami: January 12-13, 2009 Oakland-San Francisco: January 14, 2009 Baltimore: January 22, 2009 Philadelphia: January 23, 2009 Charleston: January 28, 2009 Savannah: January 29, 2009 Houston: February 4, 2009 New York (JFK): February 5, 6 and February 12, 2009 (Long Island) Los Angeles-Long Beach February 18, 2009 Boston: February 23, 2009 Note : see the site for most recent data on the "10+2" Trade Outreach plan. Outreach Process

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"10+2" Implementation Strategy

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Effective Date versus Consistence Date Effective Date : The Interim Final Rule produced results on January 26, 2009 (60 days after the distribution date). Consistence Date : 12 month postponed consistence period from the compelling date to permit industry to follow the new necessities. January 26, 2010 . The 12 month deferred consistence period might be expanded if conditions warrant. Organized Review Period Flexible Enforcement Robust Outreach Program Public Participation

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Importer Security Filing and Additional Carrier Requirements Docket Number: USCBP-2007-0077 CBP has presumed that the proposed directions with the changes talked about in the Rule ought to be embraced as takes after: The necessities in segment 149.2(b) in regards to the planning of transmission for 2 of the 10 Importer Security Filing components and area 149.2(f) in regards to the adaptable prerequisites for 4 of the components are received as an interval last run the show. Every single other necessity in this administer are embraced as a last run the show. CBP is not welcoming remarks on these necessities. "Between time" versus "Last" Rule

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Flexibilities for 6 Elements CBP has included adaptability for four Importer Security Filing components with regards to the understanding of the information : Manufacturer (Supplier) name/address, Ship to Party, Country of Origin and Commodity HTSUS number These components are still required 24 hours before vessel replenishing. Merchants, in their underlying documenting, will be allowed to give a scope of worthy reactions in light of realities accessible at the time, in lieu of a solitary particular response.  Importers will be required to redesign their filings when more exact or more precise data is accessible. What\'s more, CBP has included adaptability for two Importer Security Filing components as far as timing of the arrangement of the information: Container Stuffing Location and Consolidator (Stuffer) name/address . ISF Importer must document this information as quickly as time permits, however no later than 24 hours preceding U.S. landing.

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Comments on Rule Making Interested people are welcome to submit composed remarks on those information components for which CBP is giving some kind of adaptability and the prerequisites identified with those components examined in area 149.2(b) and (f). CBP additionally welcomes remarks on the amended Regulatory Assessment and Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis. Government eRulemaking Portal: Take after the directions for submitting remarks through docket number USCBP-2007-0077. Mail: Border Security Regulations Branch, Office of International Trade, U.S Customs and Border Protection, 799 ninth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001. Remarks are expected by June 1, 2009.

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Flexible Enforcement CBP is focused on completely supporting the exchange group in its endeavors to effectively actualize the prerequisites of this run the show. Keeping in mind the end goal to give the exchange adequate time to conform to the new prerequisites and in light of the business procedure changes that might be important to accomplish full consistence, CBP will indicate limitation in authorizing the lead , considering challenges that shippers may confront in consenting to the run, inasmuch as: merchants are gaining acceptable ground toward consistence and are endeavoring to agree to the run to the degree of their present capacity.

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During the principal year, CBP will screen all ISF entries for auspiciousness, exactness and culmination and will work with any non-agreeing ISF filer keeping in mind the end goal to help them stick to the new prerequisites. CBP will consider a substance\'s advance in the usage of the govern amid the deferred authorization period as a moderating variable in any requirement activity taking after the postponed implementation period. On the premise of data acquired amid the organized survey and open remarks, DHS will embrace an investigation of the components subject to adaptabilities. DHS, in a joint effort with different parts of the Executive Branch, will figure out if to take out, adjust, or leave unaltered these prerequisites. This exclusive applies to the adaptable prerequisites. Organized Review Period

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CBP will uphold the Importer Security Filing, vessel stow plan, and compartment status message prerequisites through the appraisal of sold harms, notwithstanding punishments appropriate under different arrangements of law. Notwithstanding, amid the Structured Review and Flexible Enforcement Period, CBP won\'t: issue sold harms for inability to conform to the "10+2" necessities utilize the don\'t stack (DNL) hold work for inability to consent to the "10+2" prerequisites (i.e. opportune, exact and finish filings). This arrangement will keep going for twelve months after the powerful date and will apply to all parts of the documenting standard . In the event that conditions warrant, CBP maintains all authority to take all activities required to ensure the security of the United States. Authorization Options

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"10+2" Importer and Filing Requirements

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What is the Security Filing? The Security Filing, regularly known as the "10+2" activity, is a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) control that requires merchants and vessel working bearers to give extra propel exchange information to CBP as per Section 203 of the SAFE Port Act of 2006 and area 343(a) of the Trade Act of 2002, as changed by the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002, for non-mass freight shipments touching base into the United States by vessel. Shipper Requirements: U.S. Bound Cargo (Includes FTZ and IT) : requires the electronic recording of a Importer Security Filing (ISF) contained 10 information components . Travel Cargo (FROB, IE and TE): requires the electronic recording of a Importer Security Filing (ISF) involved 5 information components . Bearer Requirements: Vessel Stow Plans required for arriving vessels with holders. Holder Status Messages required for compartments arriving by means of vessel.

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New Security Filing Data Requirements Additional Carrier Requirements ISF-10 "US Bound" Cargo ISF-5 "Travel" Cargo (3461 Entries, IT, FTZ) (FROB*, IE, TE) Vessel Stow Plan 24 Hrs Prior to Lading* 24 Hrs Prior to Lading* NLT 48 Hrs After Departure* 1. Shipper of Record Number 2. Agent Number 3. Dealer (Owner) name/address 4. Purchaser (Owner) name/address 5. Ship to Party 6. Maker (Supplier) name/address 7. Nation of Origin 8. Product HTS-6 1. Booking Party name/address 2. Ship to Party 3. Item HTS-6 4. Outside Port of Unlading 5. Place of Delivery *Anytime before landing for voyages under 48 Hrs Container Status Message (CSM) Data *FROB ISF-5 is required at whatever time preceding filling ASAP, But NLT 24 Hrs Prior to Arrival Within 24 Hrs of Creation or Receipt 9. Holder Stuffing Location 10. Consolidator (Stuffer) name/address Must be connected together as a detail at the shipment level *ISFs for "excluded" break mass shipments are required 24 Hrs before entry. Connection to Comparison Slide

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All ISF filings are to be done electronically by means of vessel Automated Manifest System (AMS) or the Automated Broker Interface (ABI). There will be no paper frames (e.g. CBP Form 3461 comparable) Note : CBP is not making a web based web-based interface to acknowledge the ISF filings. Be that as it may, some specialist co-ops allo

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