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					Customs and Trade Automated Interface Requirements

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This chapter provides record formats pertaining to in-bond entry and update for Air. TRANSACTION PROCESSING ........................................................................................ AIR-2 Transaction processing is used to initiate an in-bond on an existing Air AMS bill. IN-BOND UPDATE …. .................................................................................................... AIR-3 In-bond update is used to arrive or export in-bonds. RECORD DESCRIPTIONS
Record Identifier QX10 (Input) ................. ............. ............. .............. ............. ............. ................. AIR-4 A mandatory input record used to transmit the in-bond header data for Air AMS request. Record Identifier QX20 (Input) ................. ............. ............. .............. ............. ............. ................. AIR-6 A conditional input record contained importing conveyance information for the bills on an in-bond data for Air AMS request. Record Identifier QX30 (Input) ................. ............. ............. .............. ............. ............. ................. AIR-7 A mandatory input record used to transmit bill of lading data for Air AMS request. Record Identifier XT95 (Output) ............... ............. ............. .............. ............. ............. ................. AIR-9 A mandatory output record used to provide information related to the acceptance or rejection of the in-bond arrival departure or export for Air AMS request. Record Identifier WX10 (Input) ................ ............. ............. .............. ............. ............. ............... AIR-10 A mandatory input record used to notify CBP of an in-bond arrival, departure, or export for Air AMS request. Record Identifier WX20 (Input) ................ ............. ............. .............. ............. ............. ............... AIR-12 A mandatory input record to notify CBP of an in-bond arrival, departure, or export for Air AMS request. Record Identifier YT95 (Output) ............... ............. ............. .............. ............. ............. ............... AIR-14 A mandatory output record used to provide information related to the acceptance or rejection of the in-bond arrival, departure or export for Air AMS request.

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Air In-bond
This chapter provides in-bond initiation and in-bond/departure/arrival for Air in-bonds.

Transaction Processing
One or more in-bond transaction records may be transmitted to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). An in-bond transaction consists of three mandatory QX records that include in-bond header, importing conveyance and bill of lading control information. The in-bond records that make up the transaction must be transmitted to CBP in ascending order with certain record segments repeated as often as necessary. The following conditions must be met before an in-bond will be accepted:    The broker does not have to be operational for Entry Summary. But an ABI filer needs to be set up for entry summary in the test environment to get past the development key The broker must be operational for in-bond. Non-brokers may participate provided they acquire the appropriate software and establish the required communication link. Non-brokers will be set to test status for entry summary and operational for in-bond. The carrier must have transmitted the bill prior to the transmission of QX data

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The CBPF-7512 document must be presented to CBP at both in-bond departure and destination ports. It must also indicate that the data was submitted electronically. This can be done by use of a „water mark‟ or oversized type in the description area of the form to state “QX IN-BOND AUTHORIZED”. In-bond output XT95 records provide participants with messages indicating whether or not an in-bond data transmission to CBP contained errors or was error free. Input: Record Identifiers QX10, QX20 and QX30 are mandatory input records to initiate an in-bond. Output: Record identifier XT95 is a mandatory output record. The QX10, QX20 and QX30 records are returned to the filer as originally input with an accepted, rejected or warning message in the XT95 record after each applicable input record. The application identifier on Record Identifier B is XT. For additional information on Record Identifier B, refer to the Application Control chapter in this document.

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In-Bond Update
In-bond Update is used to arrive or export in-bonds. Input: Record Identifiers QX10 and QX20 are mandatory for reporting the arrival or export of in-bonds. The application identifier on Record Identifier B is WX. For additional information on Record Identifier B, refer to the Application Control chapter in this document. Output: Record Identifier YT95 is a mandatory output record. Each output will include records WX10 and WX20 as originally input when reporting the arrival, export or transferring the liability of in-bonds.

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Record Identifier QX10 (Input)
This is a mandatory input record used to transmit in-bond header data for Air AMS request. Record Identifier QX10 (Input)
Data Element Length/ Class Position Status Description Note

Record Type Action Code

2N 1A

1-2 3

M M

Must always equal 10. A code representing the action to be taken. Valid action codes are: A = Add in-bond D = Delete entire in-bond The ACS code representing the type of inbond movement. Valid codes are: 61 = Immediate Transportation (IT) 62 = Transportation and Exportation (T&E) 63 = Immediate Exportation (IE) The number identifying the in-bond movement. If the in-bond number is less than 12 positions, left justify. Do not include spaces, hyphens, slashes or other special characters. The in-bond carrier or the International Air transportation carrier. The Census Schedule D code representing the CBP port of termination for an immediate transportation (61) entry, or the port of exportation for a transportation and exportation (62) entry, or the port of arrival for an immediate exportation (63) entry. The foreign port of destination for a transportation and exportation (62) or immediate exportation (63) entries. Space fill for immediate transportation (61) entries. A value in whole dollars of the in-bond movement. Twenty dollars per kilo may be used if the value is unknown. Must be greater than zero. A code representing the identification (ID) number of the bonded carrier (also referred to as the importer or IRS number).

In-bond Entry Type

2N

4-5

M

In-bond Number

12AN

6-17

M

Carrier Code U.S Port of Destination

4X 4N

18-21 22-25

M M

Foreign Destination

5N

26-30

C

Value

8N

31-38

M

In-bond Carrier ID

12X

39-50

M

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Record Identifier QX10 (Input)
Data Element Length/ Class Position Status Description Note

Foreign Trade Zone Indicator BTA/FDA Indicator

1A

51

C

1A

52

M

Filler

28AN

53-80

M

Use “Y” when reporting an in-bond move from an FTZ. Otherwise must be blank. Not required for Air AMS. Use “Y” when reporting an in-bond IT and T&E or other cargo subject to BTA. Use “N” for IE movements and other cargo not subject to BTA reporting. Not required for Air AMS. Space fill.

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Note 1
Valid formats for the In-bond Carrier Identification codes are: NN-NNNNNNNXX Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Number YYDDPP-NNNNN CBP Assigned Number NNN-NN-NNNN Social Security Number In these codes, N = Number, X = Alphanumeric, YY = the last two digits of the calendar year when the number is issued, DDPP = the district/port code where the number is assigned.

Note 2
The BTA indicator becomes mandatory in Phase 2 of the implementation of the Bio Terrorism Act of 2002. It applies to all QX in-bonds and must be set to “Y” for all IT (type 61) and T&E (type 62) inbonds subject to BTA reporting. IE (type 63) shipments are exempted from this reporting and the indicator must be set to “N”. WP/WX may be used to report any FTZ cargo going into a zone that is subject to BTA. If your shipment is subject to BTA you should also be submitted FDA data through the FDA web portal, or through the appropriate ABI entry application.

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Record Identifier QX20 (Input)
This is a mandatory input record containing importing conveyance information for bills on an inbond. Record Identifier QX20 (Input)
Data Element Length/ Class Position Status Description Note

Record Type Carrier Code

2N 4AN

1-2 3-6

M M

Mode of Transport (MOT) Code

2N

7-8

M

Must always equal 20. A code representing the importing carrier. For vessel carriers this is the Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC). A code indicating the type of transport used by the importing carrier. Valid codes are: 40 = Air The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) country code representing the flag country of the importing carrier. Not required for Air AMS. The name which identifies the conveyance. Not required for Air AMS. The voyage, Flight or trip number of the importing carrier as shown on the shippers manifest. The Lloyds of London registry code representing the importing vessel. Not required for Air AMS. The Census Schedule D code representing the CBP post (DDPP) of unlading. Not required for Air AMS. A date in MMDDYY (month, day, year) format representing the schedule date of arrival at the port of unlading. When the FTZ flag is set, provide the FIRMS code of the FTZ. Not required for Air AMS. Space fill.

Country Code of Importing Carrier

2A

9-10

M

Importing Conveyance Name Voyage/Trip Number/Flight Number Lloyds Vessel Code

23X 5X

11-33 34-38

M M

7N

39-45

O

District/Port of Importing Conveyance Arrival Estimated Date of Arrival Foreign Trade Zone FIRMS Code Filler

4N

46-49

M

6N

50-55

M

4AN 21AN

56-59 60-80

C M

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Record Identifier QX30 (Input)
This is a mandatory input record used to transmit bill of lading data. Use multiple 30 records to report all bills of lading associated with the in-bond. Record Identifier QX30 (Input)
Data Element Length/ Class Position Status Description Note

Record Type Action Code

2N 1A

1-2 3

M M

Must always equal 30. A code representing the action to be taken. Does not apply to Air AMS. Valid action codes are: A = Add bill data D = Delete bill data When deleting a filer transmitted bill of lading or processing an add in-bond for Air AMS do not send records QP32 to QP76. Must be Y (Yes). With the implementation of the Trade Act of 2002 each in-bond must include a valid SCAC and bill number. If the importing or billing carrier can‟t provide a serial number you may transmit the nine-digit in-bond number in the “Master Bill Number” field below. Air AMS does not allow the in-bond number in the “Master Bill Number”. Space fill. A code representing the SCAC of the party who actually issued the bill of lading. Do not confuse the issuer of the bill with the importing carrier. UNKN is not acceptable. When the FTZ flag is set to “Y”, use the SCAC for the carrier of the zone withdrawal. Does not apply to Air AMS. The master bill number as listed on the manifest. If the number is less than 12 positions, it is left justified. Do not include spaces, hyphens, slashes or special characters. This number is mandatory. This field is reserved for future use. Space fill. This field is reserved for future use unless the in-bond is being added to a house Air AMS BOL.

Bill Indicator

1A

4

M

Filler Issuer Code of Master Bill Number

4AN 4AN

5-8 9-12

O M

Master Bill Number

12AN

13-24

C

Issuer Code of House Bill House Bill Number

4AN 12AN

25-28 29-40

C C

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Record Identifier QX30 (Input)
Data Element Length/ Class Position Status Description Note

Issuer of Sub-house Bill Number Sub-house Bill Number Previous In-bond Number

4AN 12AN

41-44 45-56

C C

12AN

57-68

C

In-bond Quantity

10N

69-78

C

Filler

2AN

79-80

M

This field is reserved for future use. Space fill. This field is reserved for future use unless the in-bond is being added to a sub-house Air AMS BOL. The number identifying the previous in-bond movement. If the in-bond number is less than 12 positions, it is left justified. Do not include spaces, hyphens, slashes, or other special characters. Used when the in-bond quantity is less than the full bill quantity of the AMS bill of lading or the previously transmitted bill of lading. Space fill.

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Record Identifier XT95 (Output)
This is a mandatory output record used to provide information related to the acceptance or rejection of the in-bond. Record Identifier XT95 (Output)
Data Element Length/ Class Position Status Description Note

Record Type Narrative Message Type Code

2N 2N

1-2 3-4

M M

Must always equal 95. A code representing the type of narrative message. Valid codes are: 01 = Data Rejection (Error) 02 = Data Acceptance 03 = Data Acceptance with Warning A code identifying the narrative message. A narrative message indicating the acceptance or rejection of the input data. Space fill.

Narrative Message Identifier Narrative Message Filler

3AN 40X 33AN

5-7 8-47 48-80

M M M

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Record Identifier WX10 (Input)
This is a mandatory input record used to notify CBP of an in-bond arrival or export. It can be used to update QX in-bonds by air. FDA data is required to be submitted via the available entry processes and must not be submitted via WX. Record Identifier WX10 (Input)
Data Element Length/ Class Position Status Description Note

Record Type Action Code

2N 1AN

1-2 3

M M

Must always equal 10. A code representing the action to be taken. Valid action codes are: 1 = Arrive entire in-bond at destination 2 = Arrive bill of lading at destination 5 = Export entire in-bond from destination port 6 = Export bill of lading from destination port. Type 61, immediate transportation, in-bond need only be arrived. Type 62, transportation and exportation, must first be arrived and then must be exported. Type 63, immediate export, in-bond need only be exported. The number identifying the in-bond movement. If the in-bond isles than 12 positions, it is left justified. The only two acceptable formats are the conventional 9digit numeric in-bond number as listed on the CBPF-7512 (Transportation Entry and Manifest of Goods Subject to CBP Inspection and Permit). Do not include spaces, hyphens, slashes or other special characters. This code is mandatory for Action Codes 1 and 5. This data element is not used when submitting Air AMS In-bonds. The master bill number as listed on the manifest. If the number is less than 12 positions, it is left justified. Do not include spaces, hyphens, slashes, or other special characters. This code is mandatory for Action Codes 2 and 6. This data element is not used when submitting BTA data. This field is reserved for future use. Space fill. This data element is not used when submitting BTA data or for Air AMS Inbonds.

In-bond Number

12AN

4-15

C

Issuer Code of Master Bill Number Master Bill Number

4AN 12AN

16-19 20-31

C C

Issuer Code of House Bill Number

4AN

32-35

C

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Record Identifier WX10 (Input)
Data Element Length/ Class Position Status Description Note

House Bill Number

12AN

36-47

C

Issuer Code of Subhouse Bill Numbers Sub-house Bill Number Filler

4AN

48-51

C

12AN

52-63

C

17AN

64-80

C

This field is reserved for future use. Space fill. This data element is not used when submitting BTA data. This element is used for Air AMS house BOLs. This field is reserved for future use. Space fill. This data element is not used for Air AMS in-bonds. This field is reserved for future use. Space fill. This data element is used for in-bond applied to sub-house BOLs. Space fill.

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Record Identifier WX20 (Input)
This is a mandatory input record used to notify CBP of an in-bond arrival or export. Record Identifier WX20 (Input)
Data Element Length /Class Position Status Description Note

Record Type Date

2N 6N

1-2 3-8

M M

Time

6N

9-14

M

Port of Arrival, Departure or Export

4N

15-18

C

Filler Bonded Carrier ID

4X 12X

19-22 23-34

C C

City Name State Code Export MOT Onward Carrier Code Importing Carrier Code Flight Number Scheduled Arrival Date

19AN 2A 2N 3X

35-53 54-55 56-57 58-60

C C O C

3X

61-63

C

5X 6N

64-68 69-74

C C

Must always equal 20. A date in YYMMDD (year, month, day) format representing the date of actual arrival or export at the destination port or the date of transfer of in-bond liability. A time in HHMMSS (hour, minute, second) 24-hour clock format representing the time of actual arrival or export at the destination port or the time of transfer or in-bond liability. The Census Schedule D code representing the CBP port of destination, for the in-bond movement, bill of lading/air waybill or container. This code is mandatory for Action Codes 1, 2, 5, or 6 as reported in Record Identifier WX10. Space fill. A code representing the identification (ID) number of the bonded carrier assuming liability for the in-bond movement. (Also referred to as the importer number or IRS number.) Include any embedded hyphens. The name of the city where the transfer of liability occurs. If a city name is supplies, the corresponding state code must also be provided. The mode of transportation (MOT) code of the exporting conveyance. A code representing the International Air Transport Association Code (IATA) of the onward carrier. A code representing the International Air Transport Association Code (IATA) of the importing carrier. Flight number of importing carrier. Importing carrier‟s scheduled arrival date in MMDDYY (month, day, year) format.

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Record Identifier WX20 (Input)
Data Element Length /Class Position Status Description Note

Mode of Transport (MOT) Code

2N

75-76

M

A code indicating the type of transport used by the importing carrier. Valid code is: 40 = Air. Space fill.

Filler

4AN

77-80

C

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Valid formats for the In-bond Carrier Identification codes are: NN-NNNNNNNXX YYDDPP-NNNNN NNN-NN-NNNN Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Number CBP Assigned Number Social Security Number

In these codes, N = Number, X = alphanumeric, YY = the last two digits of the calendar year when the number is assigned, DDPP = the port code where the number is assigned.

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Record Identifier YT95 (Output)
This is a mandatory output record used to provide information related to the acceptance or rejection of the in-bond arrival, or export. Record Identifier YT95 (Output)
Data Element Length/ Class Position Status Description Note

Record Type Narrative Message Type Code

2N 2N

1-2 3-4

M M

Must always equal 95. A code representing the type of narrative message. Valid codes are: 01= Data Rejection (Error) 02 = Data Acceptance 03 = Data Acceptance with Warning A code identifying the narrative message. A narrative message indicating the acceptance or rejection of the input data. A code of Y (Yes) indicating the importing carrier is automated; otherwise N (No). Space fill.

Narrative Message Identifier Narrative Message Auto Carrier Indicator Filler

3AN 40x 1A 32AN

5-7 8-47 48 49-80

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