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Summary of Special Entries

 

Overview

Entries that have special data entry requirements are listed on the table below with a summary of the keys to entering the data.  For a more detailed description of the processing requirements, see the individual special entry how to documentation.

 

Special Entry Table

The table below lists the type of special entry in alphabetical order and the keys to entering the data.

 

Special Entry

Key to Entering It in Alliance

Comment

9802 Entry

·         You may group 9802 tariff numbers using the standard Shipment Processing program.

·         Kewill offers a 9802 Module that provides two separate 9802 data screens to assist you in entering 9802 Entries.

·         For a detailed description of the data entry process using the 9802 Module, see the 9802 Processing section of the documentation.

·         For examples of Quick Entry screens and 7501’s for NAFTA 9802 Entries from Canada and Mexico, see the Examples of NAFTA 9802 Entries section.

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ADD/CVD (Anti-Dumping/Counter-vailing Duty)

·         On the File Number Assignment screen, enter an ADD/CVD entry type: either 03 (CVD/ADA) or 07 (Quota/Visa).

·         The tariff number in Tariff File Maintenance must be flagged with a “Y” in the CVD and/or ADD fields.

·         The Case number must exist and be valid in the CVD/ADA Case Number Maintenance.   It should be entered on the ADD/CVD CI Penalty pop-up, which will display if an ADD/CVD entry type has been entered on the File Number Assignment screen and the tariff is flagged Y for CVD and/or ADD.

·         The first 3 numbers of the case number must conform to the numeric code for the country.

Example for case number A-588-241-000: “A” indicates this is an anti-dumping number.  “588” indicates this case number applies to Japan, whose numeric country code is 588.

·         The tariff number must conform to the range or ranges of tariff in CVD/ADA Case Number Maintenance. 

The Antidumping and Countervailing Duty (ADD/CVD) program helps U.S. companies compete with foreign industry.

Antidumping and Countervailing Laws

U.S. law counters international price discrimination that results in injury to our industry, commonly referred to as dumping. Dumping occurs when a foreign firm sells merchandise in the U.S. market at a price lower than the price it charges for a comparable product sold in its home market.

The CVD law provides authority for investigations of foreign governments that may be unfairly subsidizing their industries that export to the U.S.

Tip:  The key to entering this type of entry through Alliance Shipment Processing is to use a valid ADD/CVD entry type and to fill out the ADD/CVD pop-up window on the Quick Entry screen.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on ADD/CVD (Anti-Dumping/ Counter-vailing Duty).

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ATPDEA Certificate Entry

·         The ATPDEA Certificate should be entered on the License/Certificate pop-up screen, which displays automatically after the eligible tariff number and SPI has been entered on the line item.

The Andean Trade Promotion and Drug Eradication Act (ATPDEA) determines that products from those countries that are properly classified under the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTS) item numbers are eligible for duty-free treatment. You must indicate the article qualifies for ATPDEA preferential tariff treatment at the time of filing the entry summary by having the SPI indicator "J" precede the applicable HTS item number.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on ATPDEA Certificate Entry.

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Australia Free Trade Act

·         The C/O must be AU.

·         The C/E must be AU.

·         The SPI code, AU, and the Australia free trade export certificate must be entered on the Quick Entry Summary screen.

·         The Australia free trade export certificate number must be entered on the License/Certificate pop-up screen.

To qualify for the Australia Free Trade Act, the following conditions must be met:

·         The country of origin must be AU.

·         The country of Export must be AU.

·         The tariff numbers associated with the Australian FTA claim must contain the SPI of AU.

·         The tariff numbers with the Australian FTA indicator may either be free or a reduced rate.

·         The Australia Free Trade Act requires an Australia Free Trade Export Certificate for certain tariff numbers.  The Export Certificate number must be sent with the entry. 

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Australia FTA Entry.

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Beef Export Certificate

·         The Beef Export Certificate should be entered on the License/Certificate pop-up screen, which displays automatically after the eligible tariff number and SPI has been entered on the line item.

As per the Beef Export Certificate Automation Project, Beef Export Certificates are required from Argentina (AR), Australia (AU), New Zealand (NZ), and Uruguay (UY).

A valid Export Certificate is required to claim both the in-quota and over-quota for beef (Chapter 99, Subchapter XIII, U.S. Note 3).  A valid Export Certificate is required to claim the in-quota rate for cheese and dairy products (Chapter 99 Subchapter XIII, U.S. Notes 4 through 15).  The first number of the certificate must match the year of presentation, followed by the ISO code "AU" followed by a unique alpha/numeric number. For example, merchandise entered in 2005 must be accompanied by a 2005 export certificate, i.e. 5AU12345B.  Once the in-quota allocation is filled, goods will be allowed to enter at Normal Trade Relations rate or General rate of duty as noted in the HTS.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Beef Export Certificate.

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CAFTA Claims

·         CAFTA is different from other Free Trade Agreements because it is not tied to one specific country code; instead there is a group of countries that are eligible for CAFTA.

·         In addition, the new miscellaneous SPI indicator that CBP will return with the country query will be a 2-character field. The file that stores the SPI codes has been modified to accommodate this change.

Admin 06-0315 describes the ABI requirements for making Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) claims.  There are three types of CAFTA claims:

1.       Originating CAFTA claims

2.       Qualifying CAFTA claims

3.       CAFTA Trade Preference Level

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on CAFTA Claims.

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Clock/Watch

·         You must determine the correct classification groups that define the components of the clock or watch.

·         Note: The country of origin for the movement element determines the country of origin for the clock or watch.

·         For each watch/clock entry there are multiple tariff numbers. Even if a component is not shipped with the rest of the items, its tariff number must be included. Use zeros to indicate the non-shipped component's value and quantity. All lines should be entered with the same line/sequence number.

Example: A clock/watch requires a battery classification. The battery's harmonized number must be part of the grouped classification, even though the item is not shipped with the clock/watch. Its value is zero.

·         Generally, the first tariff classification is the movement number (ending in the statistical report number 10). Enter the value and number of pieces.

·         The second tariff classification is for the case or case/battery classification (ending in the statistical report number 20).  Enter the value and number of pieces.

·         The other lines are for the strap, jewels, batteries, and/or precious metals. Enter the value and number of pieces for each.

·         The total value of all the components should equal the entered value for the clock/watch invoiced.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Clock/Watch Entry.

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Clock/Watch Repair Entry

·         Entered in a similar manner as the Clock/Watch Entry above except enter the classification number for the watch movement, followed by the value of the repairs or advancements done to that part of the watch.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Clock/Watch Repair Entry.

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Consolidation Entry

·         On the File Number Assignment screen, enter 01 in the Entry Type field to indicate this is a consumption entry or 11 if it is an informal entry.

·         On the Shipment Header screen enter C in the (C)ns/(P)rs/(X) Sample field. This field will set up the shipment as a consolidated shipment and will cause the Release ID pop-up screen to display when you reach the Rel field on the Quick Entry Summary screen.

·         On the Quick Entry Summary screen, the Release pop-up window displays at the Rel field.  On the Release pop-up, enter the Release Release ID No and the Release Date.

A consolidated entry is an entry summary that is filed to cover multiple releases of cargo. Each release is assigned its own entry number. The consolidated entry also is assigned a unique entry number.

Consolidated entries can only be filed when the importer of record is the same for all releases. For additional criteria, refer to the Entry Summary section of the Customs And Trade Automated Interface Requirements (CATAIR).

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Consolidation Entry.

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DCMAO Insurance Entry

·         To set up the printing of the DCMAO/INS form for a customer account, you must set the DCMAO switch on the Import Defaults screen of Customer Maintenance to Y.

·         The DCMAO pop-up screen is activated by entering Y in the DCMAO/Cust field in the Cargo Release section of the Shipment Header screen. 

·         Note:  If the customer is set up for DCMAO forms in Customer Maintenance the DCMAO pop-up screen will display automatically when a new shipment file is entered.

·         To enter the shipment, enter the shipment data through Shipment Processing. If the customer is set up for DCMAO, the pop-up screen will display automatically.  If you need to access the DCMAO screen for an existing shipment, enter Y in the DCMAO/Cust field on the Shipment Header screen.

·         On the DCMAO pop-up screen, enter the DCMAO information: DCMAO number, Contract, Tariff, Value Entered, Duty Amount, and Duty Percent.

·         Note: The Shipment Header screen automatically sets the Missing Doc field to Y so that the Duty Free Certificate can be recorded as a Missing Document for the DCMAO entry.

·         When filing a DCMAO entry, you must request a Duty Free Entry Certificate.  The program will automatically default Missing Document code #18, Duty Free Entry Certificate, onto the Missing Document pop-up screen after you enter DCMAO information on the DCMAO pop-up screen.

DCMAO = Defense Contract Management Area Operations.  Alliance has the capability of producing the DCMAO/INS form for duty-free shipments of contracted Department of Defense goods.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on DCMAO Insurance Entry.

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DOT Equipment

·         DOT screen will display and must be filled out for DOT Equipment entries.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on DOT Equipment Entry.

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DOT Vehicles

·         DOT screen will display and must be filled out for DOT Vehicles entries.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on DOT Vehicles Entry.

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Embroidery Entry

·         On the File Assignment Number screen, enter 02 (Visa/Quota) for Entry Type.

·         On the "Quick" Entry Summary screen, enter the Chapter 58 classification for embroidered fabric in the first Tariff field.

·         The Visa/Meat Info popup will display. Enter the visa information, if applicable.

·         If the embroidery is exempt from the Cotton Fee Code 056 of User Fees, enter nine 9's in the ExmpCert # field.

·         At the next line number, enter the second tariff number of the fabric only. Use the same line/sequence number.

·         Requirement: the key to entering an embroidery entry is in not entering a value or quantity for the second line item.

This entry is for embroidered fabric -- except for samples and exemptions – and uses a “02” entry type indicating that it requires visa information.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Embroidery Entry.

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Ensemble Entry

·         Ensemble entries are used by Customs primarily for statistical purposes.

·         All ensemble entries contain at least two tariff lines. The first tariff line is for the ensemble classification, as a whole; and the second line must contain the tariff classification for the specific part of the ensemble.

·         You must use the same sequence number for the ensemble and the associated part; then another sequence number for the ensemble and the next associated part, and so on.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Ensemble Entry.

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FDA Prior Notice

·         In compliance with the Bioterrorism Act of 2002, FDA Prior Notice is required for food shipments with the FD3 or FD4 Other Agency Indicators. In addition to the usual Food and Drug screen, the FDA Prior Notice screen must be filled out for FD3 and FD4 shipments.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on FDA Prior Notice.

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FDA Prior Notice Delayed Transmission (without submitting Entry)

·         If you need to file an FDA Prior Notice without actually submitting the Entry to Customs.  Alliance will allow you to create a WP transaction to send PN information to FDA through ABI. The data for this Independent Prior Notice is entered into the standard Release or Entry Summary screens.  You will create and send the WP transaction from the Shipment Processing Options menu.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on FDA Prior Notice Delayed Transmission.

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Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) 3461

·         On the File Number Assignment screen a FTZ entry must have the entry type (06) and the mode of transportation field should be left blank.

·         On the Shipment Header screen, enter the FTZ number in the Vessel field.

·         The FTZ Quantity pop-up screen is triggered by the FTZ status field on the C/R Classifications screen.

·         The 3461 program prints zone status information for FTZ entries instead of Bill of Lading information.  

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on FTZ 3461.

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Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) Entry

·         On the File Number Assignment screen a FTZ entry must have the entry type (06) and the mode of transportation field should be left blank.

·         On the Shipment Header screen, enter the FTZ number in the Vessel field.

·         The FTZ pop-up screen will display on the Quick Entry screen.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on FTZ Entry.

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IRS Tax Entry

·         IRS tax entries are entries requiring payment of IRS tax in addition to duties and fees, typically on commodities containing alcohol or tobacco. 

·         If the Tariff Classifications file contains the IRS tax rate, Alliance will calculate the tax automatically. Some tariffs are not encoded with a tax-rate formula, or are coded with an X (indicating a tax is required, but the rate may be deferred or may vary).  In these cases, Alliance will provide an IRS Tax calculation pop-up window for the user to enter the applicable tax rate.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on IRS Tax Entry.

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Liquor & Tobacco

·         On certain Liquor or Tobacco Tariff Classifications, where the Tax Rate is variable or unknown to Customs, Customs will attach only the Fee Code to the Tariff Number Query Results or the Harmonized Tariff Update record.  In these cases, there are two possibilities: 

  1. You may enter the preferred rate into the Tariff Classification Maintenance, or
  2. You may override the blank rate in Shipment Processing.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Liquor/Tobacco Entry.

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Bulk Liquor/Beer

For importers of bulk liquor, CBP does not collect the IR tax. The Entry Summary (e.g., the 7501 hard copy) includes a statement that the tax is deferred under 26 U.S.C.5232(a).  In this case, the filer does not transmit any IR tax in the 60-record.  The filer normally will receive a warning message about the IR tax but not a rejection of the Entry.  Later, when the liquor/beer gets bottled, the importer will send the IR tax directly to Internal Revenue.  There are no taxes included on the 90-record and therefore, no code included for the tax deferral.

·         Other

Brokers can request permission to defer the IT taxes (Note: it is a two-week deferral).  The request should be sent to the Port Director (see 24.4 of the regulations).  Bills for the tax will be sent to the broker a couple of weeks after the duty is paid.

·         EFT

If the broker requests to pay by EFT, the Finance Center has to be notified to ensure that everything is set up and in order for the transfer of funds.  If the filer sends code 2 for the deferral on the 90-record, the bills will be sent to the importer and copies of the bills will be sent to the NFC so they can check whether all payments have been received in a timely manner.

·         Non-EFT

If the broker is not using EFT to pay the deferred tax bill, the broker will receive the bill and a copy of the bill will be sent to Entry at the local port.  The broker will send his checks with the bill to the local port – and the Entry staff will do the collection.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Bulk Liquor/Beer Entry.

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Meat & Poultry

The following screens are required to print a Meat & Poultry form:

·         Meat Product Code Maintenance & List

·         Meat & Poultry Entry

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Meat & Poultry Entry.

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Multiple Bills of Lading per Container

·         Use the Shipment ID screen to enter bill of lading information.  The Shipment ID screen will automatically pop-up after you leave the File Number Assignment screen.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Multiple BL per Container.

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Multiple House Bills per Master

·         When entering more than four House bills with one Master bill, you will enter the information through the Shipment ID screen.  The screen allows entry of an unlimited number of masters, house bills, and sub-house bills.  However, the screen displays only four lines at a time. In order to enter your fifth house bill you need to call up a continuation of the Shipment ID screen (an overflow screen). The screen will update and a blank Shipment ID screen will appear.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Multiple House Bills per Master.

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Multiple Commercial Invoices per Entry

·         Enter shipment data for multiple commercial invoices by first identifying the number of commercial invoices on the Shipment Header screen.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Multiple Commercial Invoices per Entry.

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Multiple Consignee – some without IRS#’s

·         Consignee Information can be reported at the line level unless you are certifying off the Entry Summary data.

·         If IRS number is unknown, you can use the Add Consignee transaction (IJ) to provide the name and address of the consignee to Customs.

 

 

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NAFTA Entry

·         When completing a NAFTA Reduced Duty Rate entry you need to enter CA or MX as the Special Program Indicator on the Quick Entry Summary screen.

·         The tariff number that you are using must be applicable for NAFTA.

·         For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on NAFTA Entry.

·         For examples of Quick Entry screens and 7501’s for NAFTA 9802 Entries from Canada and Mexico, see the Examples of NAFTA 9802 Entries section.

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NAFTA Duty Deferral Processing

·         The Duty Deferral data entry is done using Shipment Processing.  The duty deferral screens are displayed in place of the standard Entry Summary screens. If this is an FTZ Entry, the FTZ pop-up screen will display. If this is a Claim, you will have access to the Part 2 – Foreign Country Import Information.

NAFTA Duty Deferral is defined by US Customs as “any good that has been imported into a NAFTA country under a duty deferral program, which is used as a material in the production of another good and is subsequently exported to the territory of another NAFTA country and will then be assessed the Customs duties as if the exported good had been withdrawn for domestic consumption”.  Duty Deferral postpones Duty Payment upon arrival of a good into the United States.  Entry types affected include Warehouse, FTZs and TIBs.

Duty deferral consists of two (2) parts. The Entry (Part 1) consists of the US Import/ Export information setting up the obligation for payment of duties.  This portion is reported at the time the merchandise is exported into Canada.  The Claim Portion (Part 2) consists of Canadian (or Mexican) Entry information to claim the waiver or reduction of duties.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on NAFTA Duty Deferral Processing.

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Non-ABI Entry

·         The Shipment Header screen contains fields for general information about the shipment for both 3461 and 7501.

·         Determine what type of non-ABI Entry this is (Examples: Outport, 7501 printing only, etc).

·         If you are doing an outport entry, make sure that the district port is set up in Validation Control under Valid Ports.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Non-ABI Entry.

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Non-Commercial Entry

·         Alliance allows for the entry of non-commercial shipments for a variety of reasons (e.g., personal, sample, etc.).

·         Identify the entry as Personal in the (C)ns/(P)rs/(X)Sample field on the Shipment Header screen.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Non-Commercial Entry.

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Parts/Accessories Entry

·         Use the "Quick" Entry Summary screen to enter parts and accessories.

·         You must determine the classification of the parts and the commodity to which the parts belong.

·         The rate of duty is derived from the commodity to which the parts belong.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Parts & Accessories Entry.

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Poultry Entry

·         The following screens are required to print a Meat & Poultry form:

·         Meat Product Code Maintenance & List

·         Meat & Poultry Entry

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Meat & Poultry Entry.

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Quota Entry

·         An import quota is a quantity control on imported merchandise for a certain period of time.  Three of the Shipment Processing screens are key to Quota Entries:

·         File Number Assignment (Entry Type)

·         Quick Entry (Tariff line information)

·         Visa Pop-up (if visa is required)

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Quota Entry.

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Sets Entry

·         Be sure the set is not specifically provided for in the tariff schedule.

·         Set entries are not multi-tariff line items. Each component has its own sequential line number.

·         The tariffs are combined using X and V indicators in the SP2 fields. Sets require at least three lines: the X line followed by at least two V lines.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Sets Entry.

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Singapore Certificate Entry

·         The key to entering this type of entry through Alliance Shipment Processing is to input a tariff number that requires a certificate number, and if your country of origin is SG and the entry type requires the Singapore certificate number, the Singapore Cert pop-up screen will automatically display after you type in the tariff number. You will then enter the Singapore certificate number that will be sent with the entry to U.S. Customs.

As a result of the Singapore Free Trade Agreement, a Singapore Certification must be reported on imported items originating from Singapore in order to qualify for free or reduced rate of duty.  The certification is based on the tariff number, the entry type, and the country of origin of the shipment.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Singapore Certificate Entry.

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Steel License Entry

·         The key to entering this type of entry through Alliance Shipment Processing is to input a tariff number that requires a steel license, and if your country of origin and entry type require a steel license, the Steel License pop-up screen will automatically display after you type in the tariff number. You will then enter the steel license number.

A steel license is required for certain steel entries, based on the tariff number, the entry type, and the country of origin for the shipment.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Steel License Entry.

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TIB Entry

·         Alliance has the capability of producing entries for TIB (Temporary Importation Bond) shipments when you enter Entry Type 23.

·         Any special TIB message should be indicated on the 7501 Options pop-up from the Shipment Header screen.

TIB goods are imported into the US without the payment of duty, under bond, for their exportation within one year from the date of importation. Generally, the amount of the bond is double the estimated duties. The one-year period for exportation may, upon application to the district or port director, be extended for one or more father periods which, when added to the initial one year, cannot exceed a total of three years.

TIB entries require a statement regarding the disposition of the merchandise. The message number is entered on the 7501 Options screen (selected off the Shipment Header screen). There is also a default for the message number on the Import Defaults screen in Customer Maintenance. If you enter a message number there, Shipment Processing will not force the 7501 Option screen to display.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on TIB Entry.

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Tobacco Entry

·         On certain Liquor or Tobacco Tariff Classifications, where the Tax Rate is variable or unknown to Customs, Customs will attach only the Fee Code to the Tariff Number Query Results or the Harmonized Tariff Update record.  In these cases, there are two possibilities: 

·         You may enter the preferred rate into the Tariff Classification Maintenance, or

·         You may override the blank rate in Shipment Processing.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Liquor/Tobacco Entry.

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Trade Preference Level (TPL) Entry

·         On the "Quick" Entry Summary screen, at the Tariff number field, enter the following.

·         If 9999 applies, then enter it as the tariff for the line item.

·         If 9905/9906 applies, then enter it as the second tariff for the line item.

·         Do not enter the Value, Quantity, or NAFTA SP Indicator on the first two tariff lines.

·         The License/Certificate pop-up screen will display automatically. Enter the CA or MX NAFTA TPL Certificate number in the Certificate field. 

·         Enter the classification for the commodity as the third tariff number for this line item.  Enter the Value, Quantity, and NAFTA SP Indicator on this line.

A Trade Preference Level (TPL) entry allows visa/quota exceptions and/or a reduced rate of duty for goods originating from Canada or Mexico under the NAFTA agreement. 

The prerequisites to the procedure are as follows.

·         Entering TPLs require a thorough knowledge of classification and NAFTA provisions for specific commodities.

·         Determine the classification of the commodity and its corresponding classifications which follow:

o        9905/9906

o        9909

·         Enter the CA or MX NAFTA TPL Certificate number.

This is a grouped tariff. Use the same line/sequence number on all three tariff classifications. Enter the Value, Quantity, and NAFTA SP Indicator only on the third tariff number entered.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on TPL Entry.

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Warehouse Entry

·         The key to entering a Warehouse Entry is the Entry Type (21) entered on the File Number Assignment screen of Shipment Processing.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Warehouse Entry.

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Warehouse Withdrawal

·         Use the File Number Assignment screen to indicate the entry type will be a Warehouse Withdrawal (Entry Type 31).

·         Use the Warehouse Entries screen to remove merchandise from a bonded facility. (It displays automatically when you enter Entry Type 31 or you can enter WHSE at the bottom of the File Number Assignment screen.

·         Alliance does not keep a running balance for withdrawals. Each withdrawal must indicate the bonded quantity in the warehouse account prior to the withdrawal.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Warehouse Withdrawal.

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Watch Entry

·         You must determine the correct classification groups that define the components of the clock or watch.

·         Note: The country of origin for the movement element determines the country of origin for the clock or watch.

·         For each watch/clock entry there are multiple tariff numbers. Even if a component is not shipped with the rest of the items, its tariff number must be included. Use zeros to indicate the non-shipped component's value and quantity. All lines should be entered with the same line/sequence number.

·         Example: A clock/watch requires a battery classification. The battery's harmonized number must be part of the grouped classification, even though the item is not shipped with the clock/watch. Its value is zero.

·         Generally, the first tariff classification is the movement number (ending in the statistical report number 10). Enter the value and number of pieces.

·         The second tariff classification is for the case or case/battery classification (ending in the statistical report number 20).  Enter the value and number of pieces.

·         The other lines are for the strap, jewels, batteries, and/or precious metals. Enter the value and number of pieces for each.

·         The total value of all the components should equal the entered value for the clock/watch invoiced.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Watch Entry.

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Watch Repair Entry

·         Entered in a similar manner as the Clock/Watch Entry above except enter the classification number for the watch movement, followed by the value of the repairs or advancements done to that part of the watch.

For a detailed description of the data entry process, click on Clock/Watch Repair Entry.

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