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ISF Filing-USA

The designated “Importer Security Filer” is responsible to ensure the following information is transmitted to U.S. Customs and Border Protection within the allowed timeframe.

ISF + 10 Data Elements – U.S. Bound Cargo – 3461 Entries

I.T. FTZ ISF Filing: 24 Hours Prior to Lading (Information to be provided by the Vendor at time of Booking)

  1. Importer of Record Number / Name, address (EIN, IRS, SSN or CBP assigned.)
  2. Consignee Number / Name, address (EIN, IRS, SSN or CBP assigned.) 3
  3. Seller (Owner) name, address (Last known entity by whom the goods are sold, DUNS# OK)
  4. Buyer (Owner) name, address (Last known entity to whom the goods are sold DUNS# OK)
  5. Ship to Party (EIN, IRS, SSN, , DUNS #of Actual address of delivery)
  6. Manufacturer (Supplier) name / address (MID or DUNS # OK)
  7. Country of Origin (Country of manufacturer, growth, production)
  8. Commodity HTS-6 (Harmonized Tariff Number to Six digit level)

After the vessel sails, the ISF Importer is responsible to ensure the following information is transmitted to U.S. Customs and Border Protection no later than 24 hours before the vessel arrives at the first U.S. Port of Unlading.

24 Hours Prior to arrival at First USA Port

(Information to be provided by the Vendor, Carrier or Freight Forwarder after sailing)

9. Container Stuffing Location (Shipper or consolidator – where container was stuffed)

10. Consolidator name / address(Name of consolidator or shipper where container was stuffed)

The ISF Importer must ensure their ISF Agent and the carriers ISF Agents transmit the same bill of lading number to Customs for the 10+2 information to complete the ISF filing.

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