Presentation on theme: "FOREIGN TRADE GENERAL RULES 2011 WMTA Monthly Meeting August 2011."— Presentation transcript:
FOREIGN TRADE GENERAL RULES 2011 WMTA Monthly Meeting August 2011
Dated July 29, 2011, the Mexican Customs Rules were published in Mexico's Official Gazette. These rules are customs regulations that complement the Mexican Customs Law. Mexican Customs Rules 2011 are enforceable as from July 31, 2011, and until July 31, 2012.
One of the most important modifications of these rules is the fact that most customs procedures and authorizations will now appear in Annex 1, Section C, of the Customs General Rules. These modification lead to the simplification of several rules and the modification of the numbering of some rules.
Some of the most representative procedures that were once listed in Rules are the following: 1. Solicitud de copias certificadas 2. Formato de Manifestación de Valor 3. El proceso de inscripción al padrón de Importadores y en el Padrón de Sectores Específicos se remite al Instructivo
Regarding Customs Value Manifest, an important modification is the elimination of Annex 5 of the Rules, which established the instruction manual for the elaboration of such customs value manifest. An official format for the elaboration of value manifests was included in Annex 1 of the Foreign Trade General Rules.
Rule Suffered several modifications including the elimination of the following Benefits: III. The benefit to manage customs operations with consolidated pedimentos presenting a relation of invoices. IV. Goods of foreign origin introduced by air into Mexico, in the event that these goods are not being imported, the elaboration of a pedimento is not necessary when properly notifying Mexican Customs Authority.
XVI. In the event of definitive imports when, no customs inspection is done, importers may rectify their pedimentos. *NOTE: These sections where eliminated from the Certified Company benefits, but now they apply to all IMMEX Companies, certified or not.
IMPORTANT ADDITION XVI.- This section is modified in order to allow companies exceeding goods to be exported. In these events, exporters shall have a 10 day term in order to elaborate an export pedimento for the exceeding goods.
The following Sections of Rule were eliminated: IV. The benefit regarding import of machinery and equipment without the obligation of a previous import permit, when the goods where located in Mexico and covered the respective depreciation period. (Now rule 1.6.7)
XVIII. The posibility to rectify tariff code, along with their respective unit of measure within a 3 month period after the operation. (Now rule 6.1.2) The previous Sections of Rule were eliminated, but such benefits now apply to all IMMEX Companies, certified or not.
Section VI of Rule was modified last June 30, 2011 in order to mention that Mexican Companies who transfer goods to Companies located Abroad shall retain the corresponding VAT according to Article 1- A, Section III of the Mexican VAT Law. This modification will be enforceable as from October 1 st, 2011.
1. IMMEX exporta producto terminado virtualmente al extranjero a través de V5 determinando los impuestos conforme al 303 del TLCAN Proveedor - Exportador Realiza la enajenación 2. - Proveedor - Exportador Realiza la enajenación 4. Importador – México Paga impuestos V5 Importacion Envío de producto terminado. Enajenación Compra - Venta 3. MX Broker genera pedimento V5 de exportación y de Importación. De acuerdo al esquema de negociación entre exportador e importador.
Rule manages the procedure for virtual transactions previously mentioned on Rule , some of the most important modificacions applicable to virtual transactions are the following: 1. The virtual transaction procedure will now be completely electronic, due to the fact that Customs Broker will transfer the information to SAAI and electronically pay the pedimento. The physicall processing of pedimentos at customs is no longer necessary.
2. Virtual pedimentos not transmitted and paid during the legal term may be transmitted and paid untimely, as long as their legal term for staying in Mexico is not due. In these events, the fine stated in Article 185, Section I of Customs Law shall apply ($2, Pesos). 3. Section II reduces from 6 to 3, the documents that prove that virtual transactions really took place. (Proof of Transaction, transport and productive process).
Title 6 was created in order to cover rectification and complementary pedimentos Establishes the possibility of rectifying pedimentos, with prior authorization of customs, within a 30 day term after the operation, in order to rectify evident mistakes of such pedimentos Establishes the posibility of rectifying tariff code and unit of measure, within a 3 month period after the operation, as long as Customs Authority has not started an investigation procedure.
Rule establishes that, in the event of definite imports, a global complementary pedimento may be presented in order to adjust the value at customs of the goods. These Global Pedimento shall be presented previous to the Annual IRS Declaration.
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