Likewise, the benefits afforded to companies enrolled in the IMMEX Program to consolidate merchandise cargo for import or export is also eliminated.
B) OEA Certification
‐ Inclusion of the benefit for only 10% or 15% of the total cargo to be unloaded for custom inspections, and that such be carried out by non-intrusive means.
‐ Inclusion of the benefit to not be immediately suspended from the Importers Registry in the event any irregularity set forth in Rule 1.3.3 of the General Rules of Foreign Trade is detected.
‐ Inclusion of the exemption from presenting a declaration of value for temporary imports under the IMMEX Program.
‐ Inclusion of the benefit for IMMEX companies with an OEA certification to temporarily import supplies for up to 36 months.
‐ Inclusion of the benefit of not entering merchandise identification data for the manufacture of goods in the electrical and electronic sectors and for those OEA certified companies with an IMMEX Program under the shelter modality with respect to goods in the aeronautical sector.
‐ Inclusion of the benefit of consolidation of cargo of goods for importation or exportation.
‐ Precautionary seizure will not apply in the cases referred to in sections II, VI and VII of article 151 of the Mexican Customs Law if the importer requests application of the procedure referred to in article 152.
‐ OEA certified companies with an IMMEX Program that utilize consolidated customs declarations, may process them on a weekly or monthly basis.
It is important to note that pursuant to the Second Transitory Article of the above-mentioned First Amendment, companies that have a valid VAT/IEPS Certification on the date of publication may continue to apply the benefits of Rule 7.3.1. of the General Rules of Foreign Trade published in the Official Gazette of the Federation on June 20, 2020, for the term indicated in their last official notice.