Case 7: For each property described in box 5, indicate which criterion (A to F) is applicable. The rules of origin are in Chapter 4 and Schedule 401. Other provisions are described in Appendix 703.2 (certain agricultural products), Appendix 300-B, Appendix 6A (some textile products) and Schedule 308.1 (some automatic processing products and their parts). Note: To qualify for preferential tariff treatment, each type of product must meet at least one of the following criteria. To obtain the preferential rate set in NAFTA, the product must comply with the current rule of origin. These rules, set out in Chapter 4 of NAFTA, determine the production that must be made for a product to be processed in the case of NAFTA. For example, a product imported from outside North America to a NAFTA country and then transported to another NAFTA country cannot be treated duty-free. Case 8: For each property described in box 5, say “YES” if you are the producer of the property. If you are not the producer of the products, indicate “NO” followed by (1), (2) or (3), depending on whether this certificate is based on: (1) your knowledge of the qualification of well-being as a product of origin; (2) confidence in the manufacturer`s written representation (with a certificate of origin) that the products may be considered original products; or (3) a certificate completed and signed for products voluntarily made available to the exporter by the manufacturer. When an exporter finds that the goods exported comply with NAFTA`s rules of origin, a NAFTA certificate of origin must be completed in a precise and legible manner. The exporter must then send the certificate to the importer.

While the certificate is not required to accompany the shipment, the importer must have a copy of the certificate before applying for the NAFTA ZOLL preference. Certificates of origin may include, at the exporter`s discretion, a single import of goods or multiple imports of identical goods. Exporters who are not producers often require their producers or distributors to present them with a NAFTA Certificate of Origin to prove that the last product or supplement used in the manufacture of the finished product sold in Mexico or Canada complies with the rules of origin. NAFTA requires a producer who is not an exporter to provide the final exporter with a NAFTA certificate of origin. However, if the non-exporting producer excludes the NAFTA certificate of origin, it is subject to the same registration obligations. You must use an approved NAFTA certificate and ensure that all information provided is complete and correct. (Note: A CBP audit may require a full review of all certification information.) If you are a participant in My Global Trade Data, you can use My Forms to create an online framework certificate. If you are not currently a my Global Trade Data subscriber, you can register for free by taking the following steps: If your certificate is not renewed and received by FedEx Trade Networks at least 30 days before the expiry date of your current certificate, each shipment must accompany a copy of the certificate to ensure that the NAFTA benefit is removed. The NAFTA Certificate of Origin is not required for deliveries to another NAFTA country, unless the product is qualified for preferential tariff treatment in accordance with NAFTA rules of origin. A certificate is not required if the shipment is not eligible for preferential tariff treatment. Below is a specially designed questionnaire to help you complete and file your NAFTA certificate on FedEx Trade Networks.

Please use this questionnaire when filling out your NAFTA certificate to facilitate submission to FedEx Trade Network Transport – Brokerage, Inc. The certificate of origin must be completed and signed by the exporter of the products. If the exporter is not the producer, the exporter can complete the certificate on the basis of the knowledge that the products originated; The manufacturer`s written statement that the goods originated should be invoked; either one this

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