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. Note 1: This test does not apply to products that are entirely originating in Canada or the United States and imported into both countries. 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. Case 6: for each property described in box 5, the six-digit HS rate classification. When the type of goods is subject to a special rule of origin in Schedule 401, which requires eight digits, you identify it using the shS tariff classification of the country in which the goods are imported. For all other products of origin exported to Canada, indicate by analogy “MX” or “US” whether the products originated in that NAFTA country in accordance with NAFTA rules of origin, and any subsequent processing in the other NAFTA country does not increase the transaction value of goods by more than 7%; as “JNT” for joint production. (Reference: Appendix 302.2) Case 2: box “fill in” when the certificate includes several shipments of identical goods, as shown in Box 5, which are imported into a NAFTA country for a specified period of up to one year (period blanket).
“FROM” is the date on which the certificate becomes applicable to the property covered by the framework certificate (it can be established before the date of signing the certificate). “TO” is the date on which the flat-rate period expires. The importation of a declaration of goods for which preferential tariff treatment is requested on the basis of this certificate must be made between these data. Case 1: provide the exporter`s full legal name, address (including country) and legal tax identification number. The legal tax identification number is: in Canada, the employer identification number assigned by the Canada Revenue Agency or the importer/export number assigned by the Canada Border Services Agency; In Mexico, the registration number of the federal policyholder (RFC); and in the United States, the employer`s identification number or social security number. Case 11: This field must be filled, signed and dated by the exporter. If the certificate is completed by the manufacturer for use by the exporter, it is completed, signed and dated by the manufacturer. The date must be the date on which the certificate was completed and signed. Note: This test does not apply to HS Chapters 61 to 63 [reference: Article 401, d) – Case 4: indication of the full legal name, address (including country) and legal identification number provided in box 1 of the importer. If the importer is not known, indicate “UNKNOWN” if several importers say “VARIOUS.” Case 5: Provide a complete description of each merchandise. The description should be sufficient to link the invoice description and description of the harmonized system (SH) of the goods. If the certificate covers a single delivery of a property, enter the invoice number as shown on the commercial invoice.
If this is not known, indicate another unique reference number, z.B the shipping number.