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Changes to ECCRD-Data Element Matching Tables

CBSA has made some recent changes to Single Window, which affect all brokers and importers transmitting entries via the Integrated Import Declaration (IID).

The SWI IID Regulated Commodities Data Element Matching Criteria Tables (follow link) can be utilized by Trade Chain Partners to identify any commodities, which are regulated or co-regulated by one or multiple Participating Government Departments or Agencies (PGAs) programs. The referenced tables should be used in combination with Chapter 23 of the SWI IID Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document (ECCRD) to ensure that all mandatory importation data and LPCO (License, Permit, Certificate and Other) images are presented.

Please consider that the HS classification codes are not the only determining factor in whether a commodity is regulated by a PGA program(s). Additional commodity codes such as Intended Use Codes (IUC), Canadian Product Category Codes (CPC), and LPCOs may also be required.

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