7501 CBP PDF

If you are new to importing or an experienced importer, you will have likely come across two forms when your licensed customs house broker CHB has submitted your shipment to US Customs and Border Protection CBP for customs clearance purposes. When importing your cargo into the U. Sometimes CBP requests a hard copy of the as well as other shipping documents to review the shipment. CBP will either sign off on this shipment, releasing it so you can proceed with the or marking it for exam. CBP has created a step-by-step guide to filling out the which can be found here. If you are using a CHB, you do not need to worry about this.

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When importing into the United States , there are many documents and forms that need to be properly completed and filed in order to comply with U. Customs and Border Protection. This form is used by CBP to determine relevant information regarding the imported commodity, including appraisement, classification, origin, etc. In fact, it is a best practice to keep these forms on file for all past and current entries into the United States for at least 5 years.

An Entry Summary is a required document when importing into the United States. However, with a bit of guidance, an importer can get a better understanding of their CBP The following is an explanation of the first few fields found on the entry summary.

Block 1 — Entry Number This number is placed on the entry and corresponding entry summary by the importer or Customs broker that is filing the entry. Block 2 — Entry Type This section contains a two-digit code specifying the type of entry that is being filed.

The first digit of this code identifies the general category while the second digit further identifying the entry type within that category.

Block 5 — Bond Type This section must contain the 1-digit code recording the bond type being used for the entry. The following are the three appropriate codes that can be used in this section. Government or entry types not requiring a bond 9 — Single Transaction Block 7 — Entry Date The date of the entry typically refers to the date that the goods are released from CBP custody.

However, there are a few situations that may result in a different entry date see 19 C. Block 10 — Country of Origin The country of origin refers to the country of manufacture, production, or growth of any article. If the product is composed of material produced in multiple countries, the country of origin will be where it last underwent a substantial transformation. For more insight on this part of the entry summary, particularly on goods with Canadian origins, check the instructions Customs provides for the CBP Form For more information about where to find this number, see our earlier post about how to find your importer number.

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