Procedure to export to a place different to that authorized
Only when there is authorization to export goods to a place different to that authorized according to Article 11 of the Regulation of the Customs Law, and in Rule 2.4.1. of the General Regulations of Foreign Trade in effect, prior clearance of the goods withdrawn from the national territory, it shall be informed to the pertaining customs office, 24 in advance, the name of the ship and the departure day for said, in addition to the description and weight or volume of the goods for the clearance, in its case, the identification data of the aircraft or means of transportation concerned, through which they should leave the national territory. The delivery of the goods shall be done according to the following:
- The declaration is filed corresponding to the total shipment before the automated selection mechanism prior to the load of the goods.
- In the case of solid or liquid bulk, the export declaration may be filed before the customs office within a term of three days after the pertaining loading manoeuvres are finished, with the purpose to have the data to allow the quantification of the goods be stated in full truthfulness.
- If the result of the automated selection mechanism is the customs examination, this shall be practiced in documental form, without the prejudice that the customs authority conducts the physical examination of the goods.
- Once the customs examination of the goods is finished, or when the resolution of the automated selection mechanism is the free customs clearance, the goods may be withdrawn from the location authorized for said.
For more information on said proceeding, visit our section “Proceeding and authorizations” (“trámites y autorizaciones”), under the route “Other authorizations (“Otras autorizaciones”).
Legal grounds: Article 10 of the Customs Law, Rules 2.4.1. and 2.4.2. of the General Regulations of Foreign Trade in effect.