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INTRODUCTION

1. RECEIVE DOCUMENTS.
The documentation required to export,
1. Commercial invoice
The commercial invoice is a legal document between the supplier and the
customer that clearly describes’ the sold goods, and the amount due on the
customer. The commercial invoice is one of the main documents used by customs
in determining customs duties.
2. Encargo conferido.

3. Letter of instructions to the customs agent.


The instruction letter is a document in which, under protest of telling the truth, the
instructions will be issued clearly and precisely (handling and consignment of
precision, etc.) to perform said dispatch.
4. Packing list
The definition of packing list is a list with a list of contents of the package that helps
to complete the information related to the invoice and that must be issued by the
sender or person who sends it.
5. Certificate of origin
This document confirms and/or certifies the country of origin of products. It may be
required by certain countries or by the terms of a letter of credit. Sometimes it may
require local Chamber of Commerce certification. This sample form is sufficient for
most countries but some countries have a specific form that is required for proof of
origin so products can qualify for preferential duty rates (typically when free trade
agreements exist).
6. Transport document
A Multimodal Bill of Lading FBL is a type of international transport documents
covering two or more modes of transport, such as shipping by road and by sea.
It is also used as a carriage contract and receipt that the goods have been
received.
7. Documents that guarantee compliance with non-tariff regulations and
restrictions.
Wood Packaging Materials Requirements in Mexico. NOM-144-SEMARNAT-
2017.
Although the Wood Packaging Material Regulations are still in force, this new
regulation eliminates the option of replacing wood packaging material (ex. pallets,
skids, crates) that do not meet the requirements of the regulation upon arrival in
Mexico. Previously, the regulation allowed three options when encountering non-
compliant wood packaging material: (1) return to origin, (2) submit to treatment, or
(3) replacement of the packaging material upon arrival (with subsequent action to
treat or destroy the material).
2. MAKING PEDIMENT (COMMERCIAL INVOICE)

The commercial invoice is a legal document between the supplier and the
customer that clearly describes’ the sold goods, and the amount due on the
customer. The commercial invoice is one of the main documents used by customs
in determining customs duties.

3. PREVALIDATION.

The prevalidation consists in verifying that the data established in the petition are
within the following criteria issued by the SAT.
Those who introduce or extract merchandise from the national territory are obliged
to prevalidate the petitions they present before the Customs Electronic System
(SEA), before the persons authorized to provide said services (art. 16-A, last
paragraph, Customs Law –LA–).