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Requirements of Export System

 

            An EEI/SED is generally required when any one commodity on a given shipment exceeds $2,500 in value. There are four conditions that necessitate filing an EEI/SED regardless of value: a) if the export destination is Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, or Syria; b) if the shipment requires an export license or permit; c) if it is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations; or d) if it contains rough diamonds. Incidentally, a shipment from the United States to Canada that exceeds $2,500 in value does not require an EEI/SED unless it falls under conditions b) through d) above.

            Shipments to and from Puerto Rico must be treated like any other "international export" under the EEI/SED requirements. On the other hand, cargo headed to American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and most of the other U.S. territories are treated as domestic shipments and do not need an EEI/SED. The U.S. Virgin Islands is a special case: shipments from that territory to either the U.S. mainland or Puerto Rico are treated as "domestic", but cargo headed in the other direction is treated as "international".


 
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