10+2 SECURITY FILING FACT SHEET
Importer Security Filing Data Elements (the 10 portion) to be filed by the
party causing goods to arrive within the limits of a port in the
• Manufacturer (or supplier) name and address
• Seller name and address
• Buyer name and address
• Ship to name and address
• Container stuffing location
• Consolidator (stuffer) name and address
• Importer of record Number
• Consignee Number (IRS)
• Country of origin
• Commodity HTSUS number
The Carrier Security Filing Data Elements (the 2 portion)
Container Status Messages - terminal container
movements, change in container status , focused on
container status messaging set: equipment number; event description, date,
The Freight Remaining on Board, In-Bond, and Foreign Trade Zone Data Elements (the 5 portion) required to be transmitted by the party filing the FROB, IE, T&E, or FTZ Documentation.
• Booking Party Name and Address
• Foreign Port of Unlading
• Place of Delivery
• Ship to Name and Address
• Harmonized Tariff Schedule at minimum 6-digit level
All Data Elements are to be filed by using current CBP communication methods. These are the Automated Broker Interface (ABI) that is currently used by U.S. Customs Brokers to transmit entry data, and the Automated Manifest System (AMS) that is currently used by carriers, Non Vessel Operating Common Carriers (NVOCC), and some Freight Forwarders to transmit manifest data.
There are various
· As a stand-alone security filing either through ABI or AMS.
· Through ABI as a joint entry and security filing.
· Through AMS as a joint manifest and security filing