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Services

Import Guides

Requirements


Documents needed by new clients:

Registration in the importers register (Exceptions to the importers register)

RFC (Tax-payers registration number)

Registration form (before the Mexican IRS)

Last notification of change of address (if applicable)

Recent proof of address (electricity, telephone, bank statement…)

Incorporation documents (companies)

Importer’s ID or that of the legal representative

Notarized power of attorney for the legal representative (when applicable)

Original letter of commission

Assignment conveyed


Documents per shipment:

Commercial invoice

Bill of landing (maritime) or air waybill

Certificate of origin (in the event that NAFTA applies)

Handling instructions

Requirements on the tariff that applies to the goods to be imported

Requirements as per the customs regime requested

Manifest of value

Deposit slip


Procedure:


Tariff classification and pre-quotation: Before placing an order, it is important that you request from us the tariff classification of the goods so that we know what duties are to be paid, requirements regarding non-tariff regulations (when applicable), estimate of taxes and other services related with the importation (shipment, insurance, storage, personal fees, etc.)

Delivery of new client documents: To avoid unnecessary expenses, before you place an order, it is important that you send all the new client documents and wait for approval.

Shipping instructions: In the event that you request transportation from the customs agent, it is necessary that you send the vendor’s data, including contact information, in order to coordinate the pick up.

Delivery of documents per shipment: To avoid unnecessary expenses, it is important that you send the shipping documents so that we can track down the shipment and prepare all customs documents and be ready to carry out the release of the goods from customs as soon as they arrive.

Bank deposits: Prior to the release, you must deposit an amount covering all taxes, expenses and services. Deposits may be made as soon as the pre-quotation is updated to currency exchange rates in force at the time of the arrival of goods in the country.

Customs release: Once all requirements for new client documents and per shipment documents are met and deposits made, the procedure for the release of goods from customs will begin.

Delivery of goods: Once goods are released by customs, they will be delivered to the address specified in the handling instructions.

Expense account delivery: The account is delivered together with fiscal invoices that substantiate the expenses incurred in by the client and the services rendered by the agency. Documents submitted to customs are also included.

Balance: Once the expense account has been received, any positive balance will be reimbursed or any balance due, collected.

End of process


Forms and templates:


Letter of assignment

Import instructions

Invoice complementary data

Letter as per section VII of NOMs

Letter as per section VIII, part a) of NOMs

Letter as per section VIII, part b) of NOMs

Letter as per section VIII, part c) of NOMs

Letter as per section VIII, part d) of NOMs

Technical information letter

NAFTA Certificate of origin

EUR1 Certificate of circulation

Manifest of value

Export Guides

Requirements:


Documents needed by new clients:

RFC (Tax-payers registration number)

Registration form (before the Mexican IRS)

Last notification of change of address (if applicable)

Recent proof of address (electricity, telephone, bank statement…)

Incorporation documents (companies)

Importer’s ID or that of the legal representative

Notarized power of attorney for the legal representative (when applicable)

Original letter of commission


Documents per shipment:

Commercial invoice

Bill of landing (maritime) or air waybill

Handling instructions

Requirements on the tariff that applies to the goods to be exported

Requirements as per the customs regime requested

Deposit slip


Procedure:


Tariff classification and pre-quotation: Before placing an order, it is important that you request from us the tariff classification of the goods so that we know what duties are to be paid, requirements regarding non-tariff regulations (when applicable), estimate of taxes and other services related with the importation (shipment, insurance, storage, personal fees, etc.)

Delivery of new client documents: To avoid unnecessary expenses, before you place an order, it is important that you send all the new client documents and wait for approval.

Letter of instructions: Once the time comes to carry our the export and in the event that you request transportation from the customs agent, it is necessary that you send the shipment data, including description, value, number of parcels, weight and dimensions, as well as the delivery address, date and time of pick up, and detailed recipient data so we can schedule the main transportation and update the pre-quotation. Customs regime to which goods are to be destined, any special handling, and insurance must also be included.

Delivery of documents per shipment: Prior to any exportation, it is important that you send the shipping documents so that we can prepare all customs documents and, if applicable, be ready to schedule the pick up and main transportation.

Bank deposits: Prior to the release, you must deposit an amount covering all services, except when there is a prior financing agreement in writing.

Customs release: Once all requirements for new client documents and per shipment documents are met and deposits made, the procedure for the pick up of goods will begin as well as the formalities for the release of goods from customs.

Delivery of goods: Once goods are released by customs, they will be handed over to the transport company for their delivery to their destination.


Forms:


Letter of assignment

Export instructions

Technical information letter