U.S. Customs Border and Protection (CBP)
implemented an interim final rule (IFR) for Importer Security Filing
(ISF) also known as "10+2." The IFR will take effect immediately.
This affects ocean freight only destined to the United States.
10+2 refers to ten (10) pieces of information required to be electronically
submitted to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) by the importer
and two (2) pieces of information required to be separately electronically
submitted to CBP by the ocean carrier. The lowest level bill
of lading must also be submitted in order for CBP to link the ISF
data to AMS data.
Based on the interim final rule, required
ISF data must be submitted electronically to CBP 24 hours prior
to loading ocean freight on vessels destined for the U.S.
For additional information on ISF requirements,
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