(b) Exporting carriers are required to file SEDs Form 7513 and manifests with Customs.
The SED Form 7513 may accompany the merchandise or it may be delivered directly to the exporting carrier at the port of exportation.
In cases where a shipment does not require an SED Form 7513 based on the Foreign Trade Statistics Regulations (FTSR), a reference to the applicable section of the FTSR must be noted on the bill of lading or other loading document for verification that no SED Form 7513 is required. See Section 8 below.
Corrections, amendments, or cancellations of data should be made on a copy of the originally filed SED Form 7513 (marked "Correction Copy") and filed with the Customs Director where the declaration was originally presented.
8. SEDs Form 7513 are not Required for the following:
(a) Shipments where the value of commodities classified under each individual Schedule B number is $2,500 or less and for which a validated export license is not required and when shipped to countries in groups T and V as listed in Supplement 1 to Section 770 of the Export Administration Regulations.
If a shipment contains a mixture of individual Schedule B numbers valued $2,500 or less and individual Schedule B numbers valued over $2,500, those valued $2,500 or less should not be reported on the SED.
When either all or part of the shipment does not require an SED Form 7513, one of the following statements must appear on the bill of lading, or other loading documents for carrier use:
(1) "No SED Form 7513 required, Section 30.55(h), FTSR". (2) "No SED Form 7513 required - no individual Schedule B number valued over $2,500". (3) "Remainder of shipment valued $2,500 or less per individual Schedule B number".
(b) In-transit shipments not requiring a validated export license and leaving for a foreign destination by means other than vessel.
(c) Shipments from one point in the United States to another point in the United States by routes passing through Mexico or by routes passing through Canada.
(d) Shipments to the U.S. Armed Services
(1) All commodities consigned to the U.S. Armed Services, including exchange systems. (2) Department of Defense Military Assistance Program Grant-Aid shipments being transported as Department of Defense cargo.
(e) Shipments to U.S. Government Agencies and Employees for their exclusive use.
(f) Other miscellaneous shipments.
(1) Diplomatic pouches and their contents. (2) Human remains and accompanying receptacles and flowers. (3) Shipments of gift parcels moving under General License GIFT. (4) Shipments of interplant correspondence and other business records from a U.S. firm to its subsidiary or affiliate. (5) Shipments of pets as baggage, accompanying or not accompanying persons leaving the United States.
(g) Merchandise not moving as cargo under a bill of lading and not requiring a validated export license.
(1) Baggage and household effects and tools of trade of persons leaving the United States when such are owned by the person, in his possession at the time of departure and not intended for sale. (2) Carriers' stores, supplies, equipment, bunker fuel, and so forth, when not intended for unlading in a foreign