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    Hola amigos. ¿como traducirían ustedes "acta de reconocimeinto" refiriendose al reconocimiento (inspección) de una mercancía en Aduanas?.

    Mil gracias de antemano


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    Hello Hebe

    In Customs matters I think that this might refer to a proof of origin or a certificate of origen of the merchandise being imported.
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    Default Re: Solicitando Una Ayudita

    indeed
    Certificate of origin

    heres the wiki reference http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Certificate_of_origin

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    Hebe: ese documento tiene un nombre específico que no es el certificado de origen porque este te lo da la aduana luego de realizar la inspección. La inspección se realiza cuando se tiene el certificado de origen, el BL, la factura comercial y entonces se procede a hacer la inspección por la aduana. Pero lo que no se en tu caso si es una fitosanitaria o qué tipo de inspección es la que te refieres. Luego de esto se le da el levante o no a la mercancía. Si se le da el levante la aduana le da canal verde y si no, porque luego de la inspección se ha encontrado algún problema, se le da canal rojo y se procede a hacer todo un análisis nuevamente.
    Lamentablemente, no conozco ese nombre en inglés. Quizás nuestro amigo vicente pueda ayudarnos ahora luego de tener más contexto.
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    Hola Hebe and Sandra!!

    If in this case reconocimiento translates to inspection then the certificate (acta) might refer to a proof of inspection, or in Customs terms a certificate (proof) of clearance. Clearance is the term used by U.S. Customs to indicate that merchandise has passed inspection, all appropriate duties have been paid and is free to be released to the importer.
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    There you go! the way Vicente has put it, I think it's perfect. Hope it's not too late my friend!
    Look what I found
    Certificate of Inspection: Definition

    Required usually for import of industrial equipment, meat products, and perishable merchandise, it certifies that the item meets the required specifications and was in good condition and correct quantity when it left the port of departure. Also called inspection certificate or inspection report.
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    CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION - A document often required with shipments of perishable or other goods, when certification notes the good condition of the merchandise immediately prior to shipment.


    I tough it was ceritificate of origin for good LOL/

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    No problem, Crimsonalmond. This forum is about learning and sharing experiences and of course, helping each other. All posts count!
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    Thank you so much Sandy, Vincent an Crimson !!!
    really appreciate your knowledge and your kind help.


    I was so tied up in the work that I did not have a chance to see your posts before actually sending the work. After reading all your very helpful posts, I gathered that Clearance certificate would be the document the consignee or importer receives after the Customs Officer has officially admitted the merchandise into the country (nacionalización de la mercanciá) . I guess before that there has to be an inspection process which ends up with the issuance of this “acta de reconocimiento (inspection certificate). Would that be right?

    Once again I´m really grateful .

    A great day to you all


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    Hola Hebe:

    I think what you receive in terms of documentation will depend on the country into which the merchandise is being imported. I am not sure that US Customs issues a certificate of inspection or clearance in a separate form. I can find out for certain but my experience with Customs is that the entry documents, i.e., all documents required for a formal commercial entry, will receive a stamp which certifies inspection and clearance...not a separate document.

    The processin general: merchandise is shipped to the US. Upon arrival it is held in a US Customs facility pending receipt of entry documents from the importer (consignee; usually through a Customs Broker). Entry documents will include all items necessary to process an entry: bills of lading, invoices, certificates of origin, declaration of value, etc., etc. These documents are known as the "entry package". Upon inspection and the payment of any applicable duties (import taxes) the package receives a stamp certifying inspection and the shipment is "cleared" and released.

    If this is not enough information for you I can make inquiries with US Customs contacts. Please let me know.
    vicente

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