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            What is the process for the submission of an AMS Marine?

            AMS filers have been given 60 days to begin transmitting the vessel departure information.  It is important that AMS filers first transmit the cargo declaration data to CBP then once the acceptance message has been received by the filer, the date and time of sailing must be transmitted.  The sequence of events is as follows:   
            1. The carrier/authorized transmitting party transmits cargo declaration data to CBP via Sea AMS. 

            2. CBP transmits an acceptance message to the carrier/ authorized transmitting party indicating that the number of bills of lading that have been accepted and rejected. 

            3. The carrier/authorized transmitting party resolves any issues with rejected bills and receives an acceptance message from CBP for all bills of lading on the vessel. 

            4. The carrier/authorized transmitting party transmits the date and time of sailing. 

             


            Updated: 19 Dec 2013 01:07 AM
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