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dollar less than 50 cents should be ignored, and fractions of 50 cents or upward should be counted as $1.

(4) For definitions of the value to be shown on the Shipper's Export Declaration for special types of transactions where the commodities are not being exported pursuant to commercial sales, or where subsidies, government financing or participation, or other unusual conditions are involved, see $30.30.

(r) Date of exportation. Information as to date of exportation is not required to be reported for shipments by vessel or by mail. For other shipments, the date of departure (or date of clearance, if date of departure is not known) shall be shown on the Shipper's Export Declaration as the date of exportation.

(8) Designation of agent and signature. For information regarding the use of the space provided on Form 7525–V and 7525_V-Alternate (Intermodal) for authorization of agent, and for requirements as to signature, see § 30.4.

(t) Point (state) of origin of Foreign Trade Zone number. (Not required for in-transit merchandise documented on Form 7513.) (1) The state in which the merchandise actually begins its movement in international trade; that is, the state in which the merchandise actually starts its journey to the port of export. For example, a Shipper's Export Declaration covering merchandise laden aboard a truck at a warehouse in Georgia for transport to Florida for loading onto a vessel for export to a foreign country shall show Georgia as the state of origin. This may not be the state where the merchandise was produced, mined, or grown, or necessarily the state where the exporter is located. The state designation to be shown shall be the U.S. Postal Service's standard two-letter state abbreviation.

(2) For shipments of multistate origin, reported on a single SED, report state of the commodity of the greatest value or, if such information is not known at the time of export, the state in which the commodities are consolidated for export.

(3) For merchandise exported from a U.S. Foreign Trade Zone, the letters "FTZ" followed by the Foreign Trade Zone number shall be reported.

(u) Containerized. (Not required for in-transit merchandise documented on

Form 7513.) This information is required to be shown for vessel shipments only. A containerized shipment is one transported in any size van-type container such as 8' X 8' x 20 or 8 x 8 x 40'. Cargo originally booked as containerized cargo as well as that placed in containers at the vessel operator's option shall be included.

(V) Parties to transaction. (Not required for in-transit merchandise documented on Form 7513.) An export between related parties is one

(1) From a U.S. person (U.S. exporter) to a foreign business enterprise (foreign consignee) in which at anytime during the fiscal year, the U.S. person owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, 10 percent or more of the voting securities of the foreign enterprise, if an incorporated business enterprise; or an equivalent interest, if an unincorporated business enterprise, including a branch; or

(2) From a U.S. business enterprise (U.S. exporter) to a foreign person (foreign consignee) that, at anytime during the fiscal year, owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, 10 percent or more of the voting securities of the U.S. business enterprise, if an incorporated business enterprise; or an equivalent interest if unincorporated business enterprise, including a branch.

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(13 U.S.C. 302; 5 U.S.C. 301; Reorganization Plan No. 5 of 1950; Department of Commerce Organization Order No. 35–2 A, Aug. 4, 1975, 40 FR 42765)

[41 FR 9134, Mar. 3, 1976, as amended at 42 FR 59839, Nov. 22, 1977; 43 FR 50675, Oct. 31, 1978; 43 FR 56030, Nov. 30, 1978; 44 FR 1971, Jan. 8, 1979; 45 FR 29567, May 5, 1980; 47 FR 29829, July 9, 1982; 50 FR 23402, June 4, 1985; 63 FR 41187, Aug. 3, 1998; 64 FR 40976, July 28, 1999)

830.8 Additional information required

on Shipper's Export Declaration for

In-Transit Goods (Form 7513). In addition to the information required under $30.7, the following information shall be shown on the Shipper's Export Declaration for In-Transit Goods, Form 7513:

(a) U.S. port of arrival. The U.S. port at which the merchandise covered by the declaration arrived from a foreign country shall be shown.

(b) Country from which shipped. The name of the foreign country where the goods were loaded on the carrier which transported the merchandise to the United States from a foreign country shall be indicated.

(c) Date of arrival. The date on which the merchandise arrived in the United States shall be entered.

(d) Country of origin. The name of the country of origin as defined in 830.70(1) shall be indicated.

quantities, values and shipping weights of such invoice items, wherever practical, should be combined and the information shown on a single horizontal line of the Shipper's Export Declaration. Commodities of U.S. manufacture incorporating foreign components shall be reported under the Schedule B number for the exported commodity, and a separate item shall not be shown for the imported components. If the exporter desires to record the imported components separately on the export declaration for purposes of identification with a temporary import bond, a notation may be made in the “Description of Commodities” column as to the imported components that have been incorporated in the exported commodity. In the preparation of the export declaration, shippers shall conform to the line spacing on all copies. [41 FDR 9134, Mar. 3, 1976, as amended at 50 FR 23403, June 4, 1985)

830.9 Requirements for separation

and alignment of items on Shipper's Export Declarations. For each Schedule B classification (see $30.7(1)) for which merchandise is included in the shipment, a separate item shall be shown on the Shipper's Export Declaration and the separate description of commodities, shipping weight, “D” or “F” designation, Schedule B commodity number, net quantity and value for the item shall be correctly aligned horizontally, and clearly distinguishable from information applying to other Schedule B items on the same declaration. However, where merchandise covered by a single Schedule B classification is moving under more than one general license, under more than one validated export license, or under a validated export license which shows two or more listings for the same Schedule B number, a separate item shall be shown on the Shipper's Export Declaration for each license or for each listing on the license. 5 For merchandise moving under validated license, information required by export control regulations as to export license number and expiration date, and information as to whether the export is a partial or complete shipment against the license, shall be shown immediately below the corresponding description of commodities on the Shipper's Export Declaration. Where two or more items are classified under the same Schedule B number and moving under the same general license, or where no license is required, the

830.10 Continuation sheets for Ship

per's Export Declaration. When more horizontal lines than the number provided on the Shipper's Export Declaration form are required to list all of the merchandise covered by the declaration, Continuation Sheets should be utilized. 6 In lieu of official Continuation Sheets, additional copies of the Shipper's Export Declaration form with no portion torn off or removed, may be used as continuation sheets. All continuation sheets shall be numbered in proper sequence and securely stapled to the first sheet, which must be the export declaration itself. Each continuation sheet shall show the Customs port of exportation and the country of ultimate destination for the shipment. The following statement with the blank filled in as appropriate shall be inserted on the last line of the description column of the Shipper's Export Declaration itself:

"This declaration consists of this sheet and No. continuation sheets."

[41 FDR 9134, Mar. 3, 1976, as amended at 50 FR 23403, June 4, 1985]

5See 830.6 for prohibition against reporting general license commodities on the same Shipper's Export Declaration with commodities moving under a validated license.

6 See 830.3(b).

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830.11 Authority to require produc- understanding that the exporter or his tion of documents.

agent, within 4 working days after the For purposes of verifying the com- end of each calendar month, will file pleteness and accuracy of the informa

with the Customs Director having jution reported as required under $8 30.7

risdiction for the pipeline, a Shipper's and 30.8, and for other purposes under

Export Declaration in the number of the regulations in this part, Customs is

pies specified in $ 30.5 to cover exauthorized to require the owners and

ports to each consignee during the cal

endar month. operators of exporting carriers, as well as the exporters or their agents, either

$$30.13–30.14 [Reserved) at the time of exportation or within a period of 3 years subsequent thereto, to 830.15 Procedure for presentation of produce for inspection or copying ship- declarations covering shipments ping documents, invoices, orders, pack- from an interior point. ing lists, correspondence, as well as

For shipments from interior any other relevant documents and to

point, the Shipper's Export Declaration furnish other information bearing upon

in the number of copies required in a particular exportation. The Bureau of

830.5 may be prepared and delivered by the Census is similarly authorized to

the exporter or his agent to the inland require the production of such docu

carrier to accompany the merchandise ments. Customs shall refuse to accept

to the exporting carrier at the seaport, Shipper's Export Declarations con

airport, or border port of exportation, taining known errors and omissions,

or it may be otherwise delivered diand may require their correction, but

rectly to the exporting carrier. In eiacceptance by the Customs Director

ther case, the Shipper's Export Decshall not be construed as evidence that

laration must be in the exporting carall requirements have been met, and

rier's possession prior to exportation. such acceptance shall not relieve the (See 830.6 for requirements for a sepaexporter of the responsibility to fur

rate set of Shipper's Export Declaranish complete and correct information tions, for each car, truck or other vehiat a later time if all requirements have cle, covering only the merchandise exin fact not been properly met.

ported in that car, truck, or vehicle.) 830.12 Time and place Shipper's Ex- 830.16 Corrections to Shipper's Export

port Declarations required to be Declarations. presented.

Exporters (or their agents) shall reFor shipments by mail, the Shipper's

port corrections, cancellations, Export Declaration as required in 830.1 amendments to information reported shall be presented to the postmaster on Shipper's Export Declarations to with the packages at the time of mail- the Customs Director at the port of exing. For shipments other than by mail,

portation (or, in the case of mail shipexcept as otherwise provided, the Ship- ments, to the Postmaster at the post per's Export Declaration in the number office where the shipment was mailed) of copies required by $30.5 shall be de- as soon as the need to such correction, livered to the exporting carrier prior to cancellation, or amendment is deterexportation. It is the duty of the ex- mined. Such corrections, cancellations, porter (or his agent) to deliver the re- or amendments may be made directly quired number of copies of the Ship- onto the originally filed Shipper's Exper's Export Declaration to the export- port Declaration if the originally filed ing carrier prior to exportation; failure declarations have not already been of the exporter (or his agent) to do so mailed to the Bureau of the Census. If constitutes a violation of the provi- the originally filed Shipper's Export sions of these regulations, and renders Declarations have already been mailed such exporter (or his agent) subject to to the Bureau of the Census, a photothe penalties provided for in 830.95. For copy, carbon, or other legible copy of shipments by pipeline, the Shipper's the originally filed Shipper's Export Export Declaration is not required to Declaration, on which the incorrect be presented prior to exportation, and data are neatly lined out and the corexportation will be permitted upon the rected data entered thereon, shall be

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promptly filed with the Customs Director at the port of exportation (or, in the case of mail shipments, with the Postmaster at the post office where the shipment was mailed). Such correction copies should have the words “CORRECTION COPY” conspicuously shown in the upper right portion of the form. The provisions of this paragraph relating to the reporting of corrections, amendments, or cancellations of information, shall not be construed as a relaxation of the requirements of the laws and regulations pertaining to the preparation and filing of Shipper's Export Declarations. [42 FR 56604, Oct. 27, 1977)

fined in 19 CFR 4.2(b), with the Customs Director in Puerto Rico, except as provided in 8 30.24.

(c) Except as otherwise specifically provided, declarations should not be filed at the place where the shipment originates if it is to be transshipped within the United States area before being dispatched to a foreign country or to its final destination in a nonforeign area. This applies to shipments originating in Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands of the United States being forwarded to the United States for transshipment to another destination, and to shipments originating in the United States and being forwarded to Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands of the United States for transshipment, as well as to merchandise being transshipped in Customs Districts within the States of the United States. In such cases, the declarations should be filed only with the Customs Director at the actual port of exportation.

(d) For purposes of these regulations, the port of exportation is defined as the Customs port at which or nearest to which the und surface carrier transporting the merchandise crosses the border of the United States into foreign territory, or, in the case of exportation by vessel or air, the Customs port where the merchandise is loaded on the vessel or aircraft which is to carry the merchandise to a foreign country or to a nonforeign area of ultimate destination.

Subpart B-General Requirements-Exporting Carriers 830.20 General statement of require

ment for the filing of manifests and Shipper's Export Declarations by

carriers. (a) Carriers transporting merchandise from the United States, Puerto Rico, or U.S. Possessions to foreign countries; from the United States or Puerto Rico to the Virgin Islands of the United States; or between Puerto Rico and the United States; shall not be granted clearance, where clearance is required, and shall not depart, where clearance is not required, until manifests (for vessels, aircraft, and rail carriers) and Shipper's Export Declarations have been filed with the Customs Director as specified in paragraphs (b) through (d) of this section, except as provided in $30.24. Where for reasons beyond the control of the exporting carrier, a given declaration (or declarations) has not been received prior to exportation or departure, and the merchandise has been laden, such carrier shall not as

a result of this circumstance be required to off-load the merchandise, or to delay its clearance (where clearance is required) or departure (if clearance is not required). However, the provisions of $30.24 remain applicable.

(b) For carriers transporting merchandise from the United States to Puerto Rico, the complete manifest, as required, and all required Shipper's Export Declarations shall be filed within one business day after arrival, as de

[41 FR 9134, Mar. 3, 1976, as amended at 41 FR 42645, Sept. 28, 1976; 58 FR 41424, Aug. 4, 1993]

830.21 Requirements for the filing of

manifests. (a) Vessels. Vessels transporting merchandise as specified in $30.20 (except vessels exempted by paragraph (d) of this section) shall file a complete Cargo Declaration, Customs Form 1302, or a Cargo Declaration Outward With Commercial Forms, Customs Form 1302-A, either form with copies of bills of lading or equivalent commercial forms relating to all cargo encompassed by the manifest attached thereto. The manifest shall be filed with the Customs Director at the respective ports where the merchandise is laden (for shipments from the United States to Puerto Rico, the manifest shall be filed with the Customs Director in the port where the merchandise is unladen in Puerto Rico), and shall show the destination of the vessel and list all the cargo so laden. For each item of cargo, the manifest shall show a description of the articles, contents, quantities, and values; however, a notation on the Cargo Declaration that values are as stated on the Shipper's Export Declarations, copies of which are attached to such manifest, will be accepted. There shall also be shown for each item of cargo the bill of lading number on the Shipper's Export Declaration covering the item, except that bill of lading numbers are not required on manifests covering cargo destined for Canada or a nonforeign area. If an item on a Cargo Declaration is one for which a Shipper's Export Declaration is not required, a notation shall be inserted on the Cargo Declaration as to the basis for the exemption with a reference to the number of the section in the regulations where the particular exemption is provided. The bills of lading, cargo lists, or other commercial forms must be securely attached to the Cargo Declaration in such manner as to constitute one document; that they are incorporated by suitable reference on the face of the form such as “Cargo as per bills of lading attached,” or “Cargo as per commercial forms attached,” and that there is shown on the face of each bill the information required by the Cargo Declaration for the cargo covered by that document. The manifest of vessels (including vessels taking bunker fuel to be laden aboard vessels on the high seas) clearing for foreign countries shall also show the quantities and values of bunker fuel taken aboard at that port for fueling use of the vessel, apart from such quantities as may have been laden on vessels as cargo. The quantity of coal shall be reported in metric tons (2240 pounds), and the quantity of fuel oil shall be reported in barrels of 158.98 liters (42 gallons). Fuel oil shall be described in such manner as to identify diesel oil as distinguished from other types of fuel oil.

(b) Aircraft. Aircraft transporting merchandise as specified in 830.20 shall file a complete manifest on Customs Form 7509. Such manifest shall be filed

with the Customs Director at the respective ports where the merchandise is laden (for shipments from the United States to Puerto Rico, the manifests shall be filed with the Customs Director in the port where the merchandise is unladen in Puerto Rico) aboard the aircraft that is to carry the merchandise to the foreign country or to its ultimate destination in a nonforeign area, and shall list all the cargo 80 laden and show, for each item, the air waybill number or marks and numbers on packages, the number of packages, and the nature of the goods, except as otherwise provided in this paragraph (b). In addition, for any item for which a Shipper's Export Declaration is not required under the regulations in this part, a notation as to the basis for the exemption with a reference to the number of the section in this part where the particular exemption is provided, shall be inserted on the manifest, or on the waybill filed in lieu of listing on the manifest. In the case of shipments on an air waybill, a copy of each document may be attached to the cargo manifest, the numbers of such air way. bills listed in the body of the manifest, and the statement “Cargo as per Air Waybills Attached" noted on the manifest. On direct departures only, for shipments requiring a Shipper's Export Declaration a copy of each declaration may be attached to the cargo manifest. In such case the air waybill numbers of such declarations shall be listed on the cargo manifest in the column for air waybill numbers, and the statement Cargo as per SEDs Attached” noted on the manifest. Under this alternative procedure, any shipments not requiring a Shipper's Export Declaration shall be listed on the manifest, and a notation as to the basis for the exemption with a reference to the number of the section in this part where the particular exemption is provided, shall be shown. For aircraft transporting merchandise between the United States and Puerto Rico, the manifest shall consist of full detail for cargo requiring Shipper's Export Declarations and summary information for cargo exempt for Shipper's Export Declaration requirements. This summary information will include, on

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