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            eHBL Responses

              1. House Bill Responses

              • Non-Consolidated 

                • ‘Client Not Matched’ (D4 Notice = ‘Cargo Complete’) means pre arrival release has not been submitted by a broker/importer

                • ‘Client Matched’ (D4 Notice = ‘Document Package Complete’) means it is linked to a pre arrival release submitted by a broker/importer

              • Consolidated –

                • House Bill Response - ‘Client Not Matched’ (D4 Notice = ‘Not Matched’)

                  •  status means a Close Message has not been submitted by a freight forwarder

                • (D4 Notice = ‘Matched’)

                  • status means it is linked to a Close Message submitted by a freight forwarder and at least one of the lower level House bill(s) has a  "Not Matched" (D4 Notice) status

                • House Bill Response - ‘Client Matched’ (D4 Notice = ‘Cargo Complete’)

                  • status means it is linked to a Close Message submitted by a freight forwarder and all of the lower level House bill(s) have a "Cargo Complete" (D4 Notice) status

                • House Bill Response - ‘Client Matched’ (D4 Notice = ‘Document Package Complete’)

                  • status means it is linked to a Close Message submitted by a freight forwarder and all of the lower level House bill(s) have a "Document Package Complete" (D4 Notice) status

              1. Close Message Responses

              • Matched – The previous CCN is on file

              • Not Matched – The previous CCN is not on file or incorrect previous CCN

             

              1. D4 Notice Responses

              • Not Matched - Indicates a House bill has no links to a Close Message.

              • Matched - Indicates a Close Message is linked to one or more House bills.

              • Cargo Complete - Indicates a non-consolidated Primary Cargo Document has been transmitted to the CBSA and Accepted. If consolidated, it indicates that all of the related secondary cargo (i.e. House bills) has been transmitted as well.

              • Document Package Complete - Indicates all shipments described by a Cargo Document are linked to a pre-arrival Release.

              • Arrived - Indicates the client's House bill has arrived at its Port of Destination.

              • Reported - Indicates goods declared on the House bill have been reported at First Port of Arrival

              • Released - Indicates when goods have been authorized to be removed from the CBSA office, a sufferance warehouse, or a bonded warehouse for use in Canada.

              • Deconsolidation - Indicates the CBSA has authorized the transfer of Cargo Control from a consolidated shipment to the related secondary House bills that were submitted to CBSA

              • Held for CBSA - Indicates the cargo is being held for further determination/processing and cannot be released.



            Updated: 28 Mar 2019 04:48 AM
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