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  • Customs and Border

    Regulations

    PRESENTED BY:

    Laura W. Everington

    Senior Manager, Government and Industry Affairs

    Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc.

    International Operators Conference | San Antonio, TX | March 23 27, 2015

    Tuesday, March 24, 2015

  • Customs and Border Protection (CBP):

    Partnerships

    NBAA Security Council

    CBP-Industry Facilitation Committee

    IOC

    Regional Events

  • Customs and Border Protection (CBP):

    Accomplishments

    APU Shut Down

    TSA Waiver

    Border Overflight Exemption

    Forms

    Redundant Vetting

    Data Quality - APIS

  • Customs and Border Protection:

    APIS and Data Quality

    Penalties and Enforcement

    Current state of APIS

    Why is the U.S. Private APIS unique?

    Future of APIS

  • Traveler Information

  • U.S. CBP

    Notification, Entry, and Clearance

  • CBP Notification

    Part 91 Private/Non-Revenue

    Pre-notification

    Update

    File with APIS both outbound/inbound

    Required documents

    Customs declaration cards (CF 6059B)

    Customs decal (www.CBP.gov)

    http://www.cbp.gov/

  • CBP Form 6059B

  • CBP Notification

    Unscheduled Commercial / Charter

    Inbound notification

    Pre-notification

    Update

    Transmit inbound APIS

    Outbound notification

    Fax general declaration

    Follow up with phone call to obtain outbound clearance approval (in

    hardcopy or verbal format)

    Transmit outbound APIS

  • UNEdifact (Commercial APIS)

    What is it?

    UNEdifact is a standard Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) message set

    approved for use by the United Nations/Electronic Data Interchange for

    Administration, Commerce and Trade (UN/EDIFACT) under the auspices

    of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN/ECE).

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the World Customs

    Organization (WCO) adopted the Passenger List (PAXLIST) message set

    for use by all scheduled air carriers for the transmission of passenger and

    crew data to border control authorities in the United States.

  • CBP Notification

    Required Documents (Pt. 135/125/121)

    General Declaration (CF 7507)

    Customs Bond (CF301)

    Crew Declarations (CF5129)

    Aircraft/Vessel Report (CF I-92)

    Crewmans Landing Permit (CF I-95 for non-US crew only)

  • CBP Form 7507

  • CBP Form 301

  • CBP Form 5129

  • CBP Form I-92

  • CBP Form I-95

  • CBP Notification

    Airports of Entry

    International

    Usually 24/7 hours of operation

    1 hour notification required

    Designated

    Southern border airports/first port of entry entering the U.S. from the

    south

    Landing rights

    Prior permission required to land

    Usually 24-hour notice required

    User fee

    Costs associated with user fee airports

  • USDA

    Notification Process

    Information required by agents

    Availability of Facilities

    Airport with facilities

    Airports without facilities

    International Trash / De-catering

    Notification and Process

  • US-VISIT Program

    United States Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology

    What is it?

    US-VISIT requires that most foreign visitors traveling to the U.S. on a Visa

    have their two index fingers scanned and a digital photograph taken to

    verify their identity at the port of entry. Most international airports are

    equipped with the full ten finger scanners now.

    The US-VISIT program will enhance the security of U.S. citizens and

    visitors by verifying the identity of visitors with Visas.

  • Visa Waiver Program

    What is it?

    The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) enables citizens of certain countries to

    travel to the United States for tourism or business for 90 days or less

    without obtaining a Visa.

    38 countries are participating at this time:

    Andorra , Iceland, Norway, Australia, Ireland, Portugal, Austria, Italy, San

    Marino, Belgium, Japan, Singapore, Brunei , Liechtenstein, Slovenia,

    Slovakia, Denmark, Luxembourg, Spain, Finland, Monaco, Sweden,

    France, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, New Zealand, and the

    United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Republic of Korea,

    Latvia, Lithuania, Greece, Malta, Taiwan, and Chile.

  • Visa Waiver Program

    Who Qualifies?

    Must be a citizen of one of the 37 participating countries

    Possess a valid passport

    Seek entry for 90 days or less

    Must have a completed Electronic System for Travel Authorization

  • Electronic System for Travel

    Authorization (ESTA)

    Effective Jan.12, 2009, all VWP travelers will be required to obtain

    an electronic travel authorization prior to boarding a carrier to travel

    by air or sea to the U.S. under the VWP.

    Log onto the ESTA Web site at https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov and

    complete an online application in English. Travelers are encouraged

    to apply early. The Web-based system will prompt you to answer

    basic biographical and eligibility questions typically requested on a

    paper I-94W form.

    Applications may be submitted at any time prior to travel; however,

    DHS recommends that applications be submitted no less then 72

    hours prior to travel. In most cases you will receive a response within

    seconds.

    https://esta.cbp.dhs.gov/

  • Canadian Customs

    CANPASS & Private and Corporate Air Programs

  • Telephone Reporting

    All U.S. or U.K. travelers arriving on a

    private, company-owned or small

    charter aircraft carrying no more than

    15 passengers (including crew) must

    use the telephone reporting system to

    get permission from an officer to enter

    Canada

  • CANPASS Private Air

    While all small aircraft must use the

    telephone reporting system to arrange

    clearance, there are different

    procedures for travelers with

    CANPASS permits and for travelers

    without permits

  • CANPASS

    Travelers without CANPASS Permits must:

    Call 1-888-CANPASS at least two hours prior to arrival

    The pilot will provide details of the aircraft and

    passengers

    Can arrive only during regular Customs business hours

    at a designated Airport Of Entry (AOE); and

    Must stay with the aircraft until an officer has arrived and

    completed the clearance process

  • CANPASS

    CANPASS Permit holders may:

    Call 1-888-CANPASS at least two hours prior to arrival,

    providing the same information as itinerate aircraft;

    Arrive at any AOE or CANPASS approved site anytime it

    is open for landing, even if it is after Customs hours of

    operation; and

    Proceed to destination if the arrival time corresponds

    with that phoned in earlier and no officers are present

  • CANPASS

    CANPASS Permit holders may not operate as a permit flight if they

    are:

    Transporting any person who is not a permit holder;

    Transporting any commercial goods; and/or

    Transporting any goods which are prohibited, controlled

    or restricted

  • CANPASS Permit Application Process

    Applicants will qualify for CANPASS approval if:

    They are a citizen or permanent resident of Canada or

    the United States;

    They meet all Canadian Immigration requirements;

    They do not have a criminal record for which a pardon

    has not been granted;

    They have not had a Customs seizure within the past

    five years; and

    They have not been found in contravention of the

    Customs or Immigration Acts

  • CANPASS Corporate Air

    In response to the Business

    Aviation communitys unique

    needs and circumstances, the

    CANPASS Corporate Aircraft

    program was implemented on

    October 1, 1998

  • CANPASS Corporate Air

    The corporation, travelers, and aircraft on application

    A minimum of one CANPASS corporate-permit holder

    must be on board each flight; Up to four qualifying non-

    permit holders may be transported and still use its

    permit privileges

    May arrive at any approved airport anytime it is open for

    landing, even if it is after Customs hours of operation;

    and

    May proceed to destination if the arrival time

    corresponds with that phoned in earlier, and no Customs

    or Immigration officials are present

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