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14-05-09, 02:15 PM
Các bác ơi, nói rõ giúp em ISF 10+2 hơn một chút nhé. Cái này là bên hãng tàu lập hay bên cty xuất khẩu khai?

14-05-09, 02:23 PM
Chào bạn chuotchu83

Không biết ISF là cái gì thế nhỉ ? Sao bạn không nói rõ thêm một chút nữa để mọi người còn bàn luận chứ


dangerous goods
14-05-09, 05:39 PM
ISF: Importer Security Filing Information áp dụng cho hàng đi Mỹ bên cạnh AMS.

Phí: $40/ Entry, nên để cho carier file.

15-05-09, 09:03 PM
Có nghĩa là Importer Security Filing còn gọi là 10+2 gì đó. Chuotchu83 muốn biết cụ thể hơn về form này. 10+2 yêu cầu đó là do bên cty xuất hàng hay bên hãng tàu khai? form này như thế nào?

15-05-09, 09:07 PM
Vậy sao phí cty mua hàng bên Mỹ lại yêu cầu cty chuotchu83 cung cấp 10 yêu cầu đó theo form của họ trước khi book the date, mục đích là để làm gì?

16-05-09, 01:38 PM
Hi all,

Nguyên tắc ISF 10+2 được yêu cầu cho các hàng nhập khẩu vào Mỹ hoặc quá cảnh qua Mỹ.
Trước 1 ngày tàu chạy, nhà nhập khẩu phải cung cấp cho hải quan Mỹ những thông tin sau:

1. Importer of Record Number
2. Consignee Name and Address Or Consignee Number
3. Seller (Owner) Name and address
4. Buyer (Owner) Name and address
5. Ship To Party Name and address
6. Manufacturer or Supplier Name and address
7. Country of Origin
8. Commodity HTS-6 Number
9. Container Stuffing Location Name and address
10. Consolidator (Stuffer) Name and Address

Và vì thế mà nhà nhập khẩu Mỹ yêu cầu chúng ta cung cấp những thông tin được high light hồng ở trên.

Tùy theo mô hình của nhà nhập khẩu Mỹ mà những thông tin trên sẽ do hãng tàu hoặc chính nhà nhập khẩu khai cho hải quan Mỹ. Chúng ta chỉ có nhiệm vụ cung cấp thông tin chính xác cho họ giống như chi tiết để khai AMS áh.:p

P/s: 10+2 có nghĩa là khi hàng vào Mỹ thì có 10 điểm được cung cấp bởi nhà nhập khẩu và 2 điểm được cung cấp bởi hãng tàu.

18-05-09, 09:54 AM
thanks alot

22-05-09, 12:30 PM
bạn hanhnghuyen25 nói đúng hoàn toàn. Cho chuotbo thêm thông tin nè

ISF-10 – For shipments intended to be entered into the United States

Final Interim Rule published on Nov 25, 2008 by CBP (US Customs & Border Protection)
o ISF: Importer Security Filing
o ISF-10: Importer Security Filing for shipments intended to be entered into the US
o Effective date: January 25, 2009
o Enforcement date: January 26, 2010 (12 month grace period until fines are levied)

What will “ISF-10” mean to our Customers?

ISF-10 will apply to the following cargo:
o Shipments intended to be entered into the United States
o Shipments intended to be delivered to a Foreign Trade Zone

Who will be responsible and qualified to file IFS-10?
o The Importer, or their authorized customs broker or agent will be responsible party
to file ISF-10
o The Importer must issue Power of Attorney to customs broker or Agent if they
designate customs broker or agent to file on their behalf
o Power of Attorney must be valid until revoked and retained for 5 years
o Powers of Attorney must be made available to CBP upon request
o The party filing the ISF must possess a Customs bond

ISF-10 consists of the following 10 data elements:
1. Seller:
o Name and address of the last known entity that sold the goods
2. Buyer:
o Name and address of the last known entity to whom the goods are sold.
o If the goods are not sold, the name and address of the owner must be provided
3. Importer of Record Number:
o Internal Revenue Service (IRS) number, Employee Identification (EIN) Number,
Social Security (SSN) number or CBP assigned number of the party who is
liable for payment of duties
o For goods intended to be delivered to a foreign trade zone (FTZ), the
IRS/EIN/SSN or CBP assigned number of the party filing the FTZ documentation
with CBP must be provided
o For household goods and personal effects, the ISF Importer (or designated
customs broker or Agent) may provide the importer’s passport number,
country of issuance, and date of birth.
4. Consignee Number:
o IRS/EIN/SSN or CBP assigned number of the individual or company in the
USA on whose account the merchandise is shipped
o For household goods and personal effects, the ISF Importer (or designated
customs broker or Agent) may provide the importer’s passport number,
country of issuance, and date of birth.
5. Manufacturer or Supplier:
o Name and address of the entity that last manufactured, assembled,
produced or grew the commodity.
o Or name and address of the supplier of the finished goods in the country
from which the goods are leaving.

6. Ship to Party
o Name and address of the first-deliver-to party scheduled to physically receive
the goods after the goods have been released from Customs custody.
o FAK: CBP will accept the VLS Container Freight Station as the Ship-To-Party
if first-deliver-to party is unknown (VLS USA will post a list of FIRMS Codes on
the Extranet).
o A widely recognized identification number for this party may be provided,
such as DUNS (Dun & Bradstreet: Data Universal Numbering System) number
or FIRMS code.
7. Country of Origin:
o Country of manufacture, production or growth of the goods
8. Commodity HTS Number:
o Statistical number under which the article is classified in the Harmonized
Tariff Schedule.
o The HTS number must be provided to the 6-digit level.
o If the customs broker files the entry and the ISF in one unified filing, the
customs broker must provide the HTS number up to the 10-digit level.
9. Container Stuffing Location:
o Name and address of the physical location where the goods were stuffed
into the container.
o When a container is stuffed in more than one location, all of the stuffing
locations for the goods listed on the b/l must be provided.
o The “scheduled” stuffing location may be provided.
o The container stuffing location may be the same name/address
as the manufacturer/supplier (FCL)
o If “factory load:, simply provide name/address of the factory (FCL)
o For break bulk (non-containerized) shipments, the name and address of the
physical location where the goods are made “ship ready” must be provided
10. Consolidator (Stuffer)
o Name and address of the party who stuffed the container or arranged for
the stuffing of the container
o FAK: The consolidator/stuffer will be VLS at origin (if VLS is the master loader).
If cargo is co-loaded, the consolidator/stuffer will be the master loader. .
o FCL: if no consolidator is used, i.e. “factory load” shipments, provide the
name/address of the manufacturer/supplier.
o For break bulk shipments, the name and address of the party who made the goods
“ship ready” or who arranged for the goods to be made “ship ready” must be provided.

AMS Bill of Lading Number:
o The AMS HBL number is required by CBP.
o The AMS HBL number is absolutely necessary to properly link the
Importer Security Filing (ISF) to the customs AMS data.

ISF Filing verification:
o CBP will send a response message to the ISF filer, indicating whether the ISF has
been accepted or rejected by CBP’s system. The response message will contain
a unique number generated by CBP. The ISF Importer may choose to share the ISF
confirmation number with other parties. The party who submits the AMS filing and
any SNP on the AMS B/L will receive all status notification messages posted to that
B/L, including a message that the ISF was accepted for the B/L.
o CBP will not issue a new unique identifier when an ISF is amended or deleted.
o The vessel operating carriers and NVOCCs are not required to verify that an ISF has
been filed against a bill of lading. The responsibility is on the ISF importer to provide a
complete, valid and timely ISF to CBP

ISF-10 Filing deadline:
Items 1 through 8: at least 24 hours prior to vessel loading
Items 9 and 10: at least 24 hours prior to arrival at the first US port

ISF-10 Amendments:
The same party who filed the Importer Security Filing must update the ISF if, after the filing
and before the goods arrive within the limits of a port in the United States (at the first US port
of discharge), there are changes to the information filed or more accurate information
becomes available.

What will “ISF-10” mean to you, our overseas Office/Agent?
Important: you must supply advance ISF data to your Customers to enable timely filing
of ISF-10 by the Importer or their authorized Customs broker or Agent!
To allow for timely filing of the ISF-10 by the Importer, their authorized broker or agent, you
must provide your Customers at origin with the following data elements at time of booking:
o Container Stuffing Location
o Consolidator (stuffer)
o AMS HBL number (if you filed AMS on behalf of your Customer)

What will “ISF-10” mean to the VESSEL CARRIER?
Carriers will need to submit 2 additional data elements:
o Vessel Stowage Plan
o Container Status Messages

Additional information can be found at: