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    P.S. by a stamp I mean a rubber stamp imprint on the face of the document package.
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    That's valuable info, Vicente. Here after all the process, Customs makes a "Declaración de Mercancía" which includes all the info on the imported goods (BL, invoice, certificates are attached) as well as the "clearance" stamp and signature of officials.
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    Hi Sandra

    I checked with a friend and he agrees that US Customs uses a stamp and not a separate certificate form. This stamp allows the merchandise to pass beyond the Customs controlled area at a port of entry (airport, seaport, border crossing). We will check further to make sure that the process has not changed in the past few years.

    If it has changed I will inform you and Hebe.
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    I really can´t think of a more compplete info than the one you all have provived me. Thanks again to you all.


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    Hola Hebe.
    Concuerdo con Vicente; “certificate of inspection” fue lo primero que pensé al ver tu consulta.
    Aunque el Dictionary of International Trade 6th Edition define ese término solo referido a la inspección en el puerto de salida, no veo razón que impida usar el mismo término para la inspección en el puerto de entrada, además de que tanto el Servicio de Aduanas de los EUA como el venezolano hablan de “inspection”, tanto a la entrada como a la salida.

    Useful links:
    Requisitos de entrada y salida de Venezuela:
    <http://www.volarenvenezuela.com/vev/...rticle&sid=811>

    Dictionary of International Trade 6th Edition:
    http://books.google.co.ve/books?id=v...sult#PPA254,M1

    U.S. Import Requirements:
    <http://www.agoa.info/index.php?view=...t-requirements>
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    Espero te sea útil.
    Un abrazo.
    Manuel

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