CBP Electronic In-Bond System

Submit in-bond arrival, export, status query, & port diversions

CBP In-Bond System

What is CBP Electronic In-Bond System?

Since July 29th, 2019, in-bond exports and in-bond arrivals now have to be reported electronically. This is unlike in the past when it was possible to submit a paper copy of the 7512 to CBP and then get the CBP officer to close the in-bond. CBP in-bonds include the following in-bond types

Type 61 - Immediate Transportation

Type 62 - Transportation & Exportation

Type 63 - Immediate Exportation

Who Can File in-Bond Transactions?

The Carrier
The carrier bringing the shipment to the port of origination
Any legal agent or person
Any legal agent or person that has sufficient interest in the gods as shown in the manifest, bill of lading, certificate of importing carrier or any other document. The agent may be asked to provide evidence showing satisfactory interest
The carrier
The carrier taking possession of the merchandise under the bond for transportation to the port of exportation or the destination port

CBP In-Bond Requirements

CBP Electronic In-Bond System Price Plans

Pricing is per transaction sent to CBP on a monthly basis. Responses received by CBP and sending
updates or deletes to CBP are not charged. Electronic In-bond counts as a transaction. Download
CBP LOI below and email completed form to info@customscity.com

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  • $39.95

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CBP In-Bond System Frequently Asked Questions

Once the in-bond is sent and on file with CBP

An enroute designation is given to s shipment upon initial entry into the United States. It can also be given immediately after the creation of the in-bond if it is for a foreign trade zone withdrawal or a bonded warehouse. According to regulations, these in-bond shipments need to be at their destination in no more than 30 days or else they will be declared overdue.

An in-bond will be designated as arrived once it reached the destination port in the United States and its arrival reported to the Customs Border Protection Agency electronically. Such a designation will typically complete the in-bond process for Immediate Transportation type in-bonds as after this they will typically be deemed “closed.”

Goods that have left the US are designated as exported once they have been reported as such to the CBP through electronic means. They could also be deemed exported when the shipment is in a location in which export is reasonably certain. For instance, goods at an airport, seaport or rail location and under a carrier charged with exporting them. This designation signifies the end of the in-bond process for type Immediate Export and Transportation and type Exportation which will then be deemed “closed.”

In some situations, the in-bond will be concluded by the filing of a succeeding bond. In such an instance, the in-bond will show as “arrived.” Once a succeeding in-bond is filed, the previous one will be designated as “Concluded” given that the liability will transfer from the old to the new in-bond and in doing so complete the in-bond process. The initial in-bond will then be deemed “closed.”

The exceptions for the 7512 document for in-bond shipment include:

● Shipments transported by aircraft
● Differences in requirements of specific CBP Ports
● Requirements for foreign trade movements and bonded warehouses

Given that it is not possible to know when the document may be required, it is recommended to have it alongside every shipment to prevent any complications or delays.

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