Alexandria Bay, New York - 0708
Monday: 12:00 pm-12:00 pm EST
Tuesday: 12:00 pm-12:00 pm EST
Wednesday: 12:00 pm-12:00 pm EST
Thursday: 12:00 pm-12:00 pm EST
Friday: 12:00 pm-12:00 pm EST
Saturday: 12:00 pm-12:00 pm EST
For directions to the port office, please contact the port office.
- For Private Aircraft Reporting, call (315) 482-2472 ext. 2210.
- For Small Boat Reporting, call (800) 827-2851.
- For Agriculture questions, call (315) 482-2261 ext. 2940.
- For Food and Drug Administration (FDA) questions, call (315) 482-5762.
- For Immigration questions, call (315) 482-2681 ext. 2210.
- For Veterinary Services questions, call (315) 482-2601.
- For Cargo Export questions, call (315) 482-5004 ext. 2390. Hours of operation are 8:00AM - 4:00PM, Monday - Friday
- For Vehicle Exports, call (315) 482-2261 ext. 2660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Hours of operation are 8:00AM - 4:00PM, Monday - Friday (excluding holidays).
The Bureau of Census requires mandatory filing of export information through the Automated Export System (AES) or through AES Direct for all shipments of used self-propelled vehicles.
The Internal Transaction Number (ITN) generated at the time of the AES filing must be submitted to CBP with the ownership documentation 72 hours prior to export.
- All used self-propelled vehicles must be filed in the AES regardless of value or country of destination (15 CFR 30.2(a)(1)(iv)(H)).
- All used self-propelled vehicles must be filed in AES 72 hours prior to export (15 CFR 30.4(b)(5)).
- Required documentation, title and any additional documents needed, must be submitted to U.S. Customs at least 72 hours prior to export (19 CFR 192.2(c)(2)(i)).
- All vehicles must be presented to U.S. Customs at the time of exportation (19 CFR 192.2(c)(2)(ii)).
- Temporary Exports (in-bond procedure, carnet or Temporary Importation Bond) are exempt from both 15 CFR 30.37(q) and (r) AES filing and 19 CFR 192.2(a) documentation requirements.
Exporters may also contact the Bureau of Census at 1-800-549-0595 or www.census.gov/foreign-trade with any AES/AESDirect questions or for guidance on Title 15 CFR Part 30 the Foreign Trade Regulations.
A Port of Entry is any designated place at which a CBP officer is authorized to accept entries of merchandise to collect duties, and to enforce the various provisions of the customs and navigation laws (19 CFR 101.1).