On September 28, 2019, CBP deployed the new Entry Type 86 for Section 321 (low-valued shipments) through ACE.
Trade users will benefit from this enhancement by being able to now electronically transmit low-valued shipment data to Customs. Using entry type 86 transaction, which includes importer and/or consignee information, the entry is transmitted via the Automated Broker Interface (ABI) into ACE, and filers will receive electronic release messages back from CBP for these low value shipments.
Filing an entry type 86 to obtain release of low-valued Section 321 shipments is only a test; it is not mandatory. All current Section 321 clearance processes remain in effect.
What will change in ACE?
Technical questions about the new entry Type 86 functionality can be addressed by a Client Representative or the ACE Account Service Desk (ASD) at 1-866-530-4172 or ACE.Support@cbp.dhs.gov.
- This new entry type will only allow one bill per entry
- This will allow for an entry to be filed with PGA data for a shipment of $800 or less
- Entry type 86 will be available for CBP and trade users to review via ACE Reports
A Test Notice was published in the Federal Register on August 13, 2019.
CBP Technical Resources can be found here.
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