Immediate Exportation and Immediate Transportation
Immediate Exportation (IE)
Immediate exportation (ie) or transportation and exportation (te) or immediate transportation (it) tib / temporary import bond ("temporary importation under bond") ISF 5 must be file for (te / transportation and exportation): CBP form 7512
NOTE: 7512 (it / immediate transportation) is filed, if shipment is moving to exam site / to clear in other port, before US customs has release the shipment. . If 3461 and 7501 was issued by US customs, most of exam site will ask for 3461 only (will not need 7512). Most of ISF 5 must use 7512 form. Also look below examples and cost of filing.
Immediate Transportation Entry
Immediate Transportation (IT)
Unless exempted, merchandise transported in bond must be sealed under customs supervision with the highly security red in bond customs seal, if incapable to be sealed, sealing may be waived under certain circumstances (part 18. 4).
When individual packages are transported, each package must contain a red warning label not less than 5 x 8 inches in size (or under certain circumstances 3 x 5 inches in size). On crates and similar packages, bright red shipping tags may be used. When customs seals are used, an 8 x 10 inch red card must be attached to the convenience. Containers or road vehicles accepted for transport under customs seal have rigid requirements detailed in part 18. 4 of the customs regulations. Cf 7512 shall be given immediately to the lading inspector on the customs in bond document covering the merchandise. It must be prepared by the carrier or shipper and must be signed by the carrier and must indicate the quantity delivered for transportation in bond.
When cargo reached its final destination carriers has only 2 (two) working days to present to US Customs (the port director) the in bond manifest and related cf 7512 to file entry 7501. (if merchandise in bond is moved by a privet carrier, a commercial Invoice must also be presented to the port director. )
Merchandise transported in bond can be diverted (see part 18. 5). Merchandise can be split only by the completion of the original transaction. A new it for the portion forwarded is then required. A TIR carnet cannot be split.
Different its (cf 5512) uses: on February 22, 2012, US Customs and border protection ( CBP ) published a notice of proposed rulemaking that proposes changes to regulations affecting in-bond transportation of imported merchandise. The notice invites comments on the proposed changes. The deadline for such comments is April 23, 2012.
Immediate Transportation Bond
Under existing CBP regulations, imported goods may arrive at one US Port of entry and then be transported by a bonded carrier to another US Port of entry without the merchandise being appraised or assessed duties. Such “in-bond movement” requires the filing of a transportation entry ( CBP form 7512 / sample) that documents the movement of the goods and payment of a bond, which has subsidiary requirements pertaining to receipt, safekeeping, and disposition of the bonded merchandise. Following in-bond shipment, the goods may then be either exported or entered officially into the united states with duties paid at the destination port.
Immediate Transportation (IT)
Used to move merchandise in bond without paying duty and taxes and no examination possible until the goods arrive at the port of destination and entry is filed. (moving merchandise between two ports of entry within the customs territory of the united states for entry in the port of destination)
Immediate Exportation (IE)
Used to export merchandise from the same port of origin. (moving merchandise between two shipping companies within a port of entry for export ).
T and E - Transportation and Exportation
Used to move and export merchandise at another port, other than port of origin. (note: transportation and exportation (t and e) customs bond: required for products to move through the united states) (moving merchandise between two ports of entry within the customs territory of the us for export out of the port of destination) (example: from Canada to USA and to other country).
TIB - Temporary Import Bond ("Temporary Importation under bond")
A temporary import bond or TIB ("temporary importation under bond") is required when goods are brought into the united states without payment of duty, by posting a bond to guarantee that they will be exported. The amount of the bond is usually double the estimated duties. Goods imported under a temporary import bond can remain in either country without the payment of duty for up to a year. These goods must be brought back to the country of export before the expiration of the bond period to avoid the assessment of liquidated damages in the amount of the bond. If the goods are not exported, the bond is forfeited, usually in the amount of twice the value of the customs duties that would have been payable on the products. The one year period for exportation can be extended upon application to the port director. The importer will want to enter merchandise using a temporary import bond under the following circumstances: importing samples for testing, inspection, for making a purchasing decision, or to display a sample at a trade fair or other sales show; or an importer may wish to import merchandise and to further manufacture (repair) it and then export the finished product.
WDT: Withdrawal for Transportation - used to move merchandise in bond from one bonded warehouse to another in a different port.
WDIE: Warehouse Withdrawal for Immediate Exportation - used to export merchandise in the same port of export as the bonded warehouse.
WDTE: Warehouse Withdrawal for Transportation and Exportation - used to export merchandise at another port than the port where the bonded warehouse is located.
TACOM - Transport Air Cargo Manifest. It is the same to it, but used by the same airline. All the rules it apply. It must be the same airline. If airline changes then it must be done. Every transportation in bond requires bonded carrier.
Important!: the first carrier is liable for the shipment. I. E. If during a bonded transportation carriers will change, then the first carrier is still liable for the entire shipment. If you have multiple carriers then the best to do multiple it. In this case carrier's liability changes from one carrier to another.
It can be filed by anyone with interest. No power of attorney is required. I. E. It can be filed by a carrier, trucker, ff, customs broker etc. But it must be kept in bond.
Since it is filed, the first carrier has 5 (five) working days to move goods. After those 5 days the it automatically canceled. You can move to move goods as many times as you like (for each place must be filed a separate it). However, goods must reach the final destination within: 30 days by land; 60 days by sea. Explosive and prohibited goods are not allowed for it unless approved by an appropriate agency.
Baggage in bond (not too often in the real life): used when a salesman carries a high value baggage. The baggage moves separately from the passenger. All items sealed and marked by red tags, which indicate it is under customs. Do not open.
Penalties imposed as liquidated damages under the carrier's bond for shortage, failure to deliver or irregular delivery: in case of shortage, failure to deliver or delivery direct to the consignee or other person of any merchandise free of duty, a minimum of $50 and a maximum of $100, in anyone shipment, to be determined by the port director.
In case of shortage or failure to deliver merchandise subject to duty of duty, an amount equal to the duty of missing merchandise. If duty cannot be estimated the penalty is 70% of the value shown on the manifest. In case of unauthorized delivery to a wrong person of merchandise subject to duty, an amount equal to to one and one-quarter (1. 25) times the estimated duties will be imposed. If duty cannot be estimated the penalty is 70% of the value shown on the manifest.
In addition to the penalties listed above, the carrier must pay internal revenue taxes and other costs incurred.
Immediate Exportation Procedure
TIB / Temporary Import Bond ("Temporary Importation under Bond")
Immediate Exportation (IE) or Transportation and Exportation (TE) or Immediate Transportation (IT)
If 3461 and 7501 (look below for sample) was issued by US customs, most of exam site will ask for 3461 only (will not need 7512). Also, most of ISF 5 (TE) must use 7512 form. ( inland Bill of Lading = a waybill on rail or the "pro forma" Bill of Lading in trucking)
Some exam are $1,000's. 80% of exam fee are $15-$500, but some are:
- A-t CET exam (anti terrorism contraband enforcement team) ( LCL shipment) = ($2,059. 90 exam fee)
- A-t CET exam (anti terrorism contraband enforcement team) ( LCL shipment) = ($1,843. 60 exam fee)
- A-t CET exam (anti terrorism contraband enforcement team) ( LCL shipment) = ($1,137. 00 exam fee)
- X-ray of 20 feet reefer container = ($1,763. 50 exam fee):
- A-t CET exam (anti terrorism contraband enforcement team) 20 feet of household goods ( HHG ) and personal effects (pe) = ($1554 exam fee)
- A-t CET exam (anti terrorism contraband enforcement team) 45 feet = ($1557 exam fee)
- X-ray exam fee 45 feet = ($735 exam fee)
Immediate Export 7512
In most cases, importers utilize Customs Form CF 7512 to declare the commodities and merchandise they are bringing into the country for immediate transportation without assessment, an entry for transportation and exportation, or an entry for instant exportation.
Check here to see more information about 7512.
In-bond Shipment Process
If all legislative and regulatory requirements are completed, the in-bond method permits imported goods to be entered at one U.S. port of entry without appraisal or duty payment and carried by a bonded carrier to another U.S. port of entry or other allowed destination. The goods are imported or exported at the port of destination. The modifications to this rule will improve CBP's capacity to control, monitor, and guarantee that in-bond merchandise is lawfully imported or exported.
A transportation entry may be submitted by any of the following parties: (1) the carrier, or the carrier's authorized agent, who transports the goods to the origination port; (2) the carrier, or the carrier's authorized agent, who is to accept the goods under a carnet or bond for transportation to the port of destination or the port of exportation; or (3) any person, or that person's authorized agent, who has a sufficient interest in the goods as evidenced by the bill of lading or m To show adequate interest, CBP could ask for proof.