CBP about-faces on submission of omitted invoices for PSCs, PEAs

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Back in January 2014, as reported in this blog, US Customs instructed the trade to not to use a Post-Summary Correction (PSC) (or Post Entry Amendments (PEA)) filing to submit invoices that were omitted from an entry filing.  Rather, filers were directed to file a new entry with the missing invoice(s).

Now, however, CBP has reversed course as ACE gets closer to serving as the agency’s official system of record for trade transactions.  In CSMS 15-000521, has advised that omitted invoices are now permitted for submission on both PSCs and PEAs.

US Customs has updated the ACE Entry Summary Business Rules and Process Document accordingly.

 

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