| Instruments of International Traffic Imported with Residue FAQ |
The FAQs have been rescinded pending development of an upcoming Federal Register Notice. Please subcribe to this page for future updates.
| - ||e-Manifest: Trucks User Guide|
Newly updated step-by-step instructions on how to create and submit an electronic manifest are provided. Additional information on registering Crew, Conveyance and Equipment is also included.
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|U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Information and Technology Industry Day|
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Office of Information & Technology (OIT) Industry Day was a held as the opening morning session on Tuesday February 22 at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. in coordination with the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International –AFCEA Homeland Security Conference “Working Together Today for a More Secure Tomorrow" that occurred on February 22-24, 2011.
|CBP Unified Business Resumption Messaging|
Unified Business Resumption Messaging service provides the trade and travel community instant alerts and up-to-date information if an event occurs that could delay the flow of trade through a Port of Entry. Find out what ports are affected, alternative routes, and projected disruption periods automatically.
|ACE Entry Summary Process and Policy|
The ACE Entry Summary Process document outlines the entry summary workflow in ACE. The ACE Entry Summary Instruction document provides entry summary field descriptions and data requirements. These documents will be updated periodically.
| - ||CBP and the European Union|
In support of the mutual recognition efforts, the U.S. and EU agreed to the Roadmap towards Mutual Recognition of Trade Partnership Programs in March 2008. In an effort to provide our external partners with information on the Roadmap, including insight into the identified and agreed tasks, CBP and TAXUD have drafted the attached abridged version of the document for public distribution.
For Accessibility Information: INA508CONTACT@cbp.dhs.gov
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|CBP Trade Strategy|
The CBP Trade Strategy is the first published document that explains how CBP will accomplish its mission of facilitating legitimate trade.
| - ||Trade News|
Significant Trade Activities
| - ||Containerized Cargo Sealing Policy|
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has established new procedures for the sealing of containerized cargo that has undergone a CBP physical examination.
These files contain the Top 5000 Importers, listed alphabetically, based on entered value during the fiscal year.
|Trade Act of 2002 - Advance Electronic Information|
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) published the final Trade Act regulations in the Federal Register on December 5, 2003. The rules require advance transmission of electronic cargo information to CBP for both arriving and departing cargo and provide for various effective dates depending upon the mode of transportation. CBP has consolidated the implementation strategy of the 24-hour rule and the implementation strategy of the Trade Act. The guidance set forth below encompasses past and current 24-hour rule guidance as well as Trade Act guidance.