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To void a package, select the Shipping tab and then select View History or Void Shipment. If the shipment you want to void does not appear in your history, wait several minutes and refresh the screen. Locate the shipment to be voided, select the button next to the shipment, and select Void Shipment. You may also void a shipment from the Complete a Shipment page.
The shipment and all packages in the shipment will be voided and an "x" will appear next to the shipment in the voided column. You may void UPS CampusShip packages from your shipping history only within 90 days of processing the package.
Note: If you need to void a shipment older than 90 days, please contact UPS Customer Service.
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Some destinations require a Certificate of Origin (CO) for certain commodities. The purpose of the CO is to authenticate the country of origin of the merchandise being shipped.
For those forms that are completed online, this application is designed for goods whose origin is the U.S. or Puerto Rico only.
The CO may be required to comply with international trade treaties, varying duty rates, and preferential duty treatment that are determined by the shipment's origin.
The CO verifies the country in which the goods were manufactured. The commodity being exported and its destination determine if the CO is required. Some nations restrict imports from certain countries; many countries limit the quantity of goods that are allowed to be imported, or give preference to goods manufactured in the U.S.
This form requires the authorized signature of the local Chamber of Commerce Secretary and the seal of that organization.
If the goods qualify as North American Origin, use the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) CO for shipments between Canada, Mexico, and the U.S., including Puerto Rico. (See NAFTA Certificate of Origin below.)
Note: The rules for when a CO is needed change often. Verify the current criteria requiring a CO before sending your shipment. The descriptions and amounts on the CO must be consistent with those entered on the Invoice.
The NAFTA Certificate of Origin is used by Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and the United States to determine whether imported goods receive reduced or eliminated duty as specified by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
For forms completed online, this application is designed for goods whose origin is the U.S. or Puerto Rico only. The NAFTA Certificate of Origin is also available as a paperless document, which can be transmitted electronically as part of your Paperless Invoice package (where available). When shipping from the U.S. or Canada, prepare one original and two copies of the invoice. When shipping from Puerto Rico, prepare one original and one copy.
The NAFTA Certificate of Origin must be attached to an invoice if the shipment is valued at greater than:
Shipments valued at less than the above amounts do not require a NAFTA Certificate of Origin. Instead, the customer should type the following statement on the shipment's invoice:
"I hereby certify that the good covered by this shipment qualifies as an originating good for purposes of preferential tariff treatment under the NAFTA."
For purposes of obtaining preferential tariff treatment, this document must be completed legibly (print or type) and in full by the exporter, and be in the possession of the importer at the time the declaration is made. This document may also be completed voluntarily by the producer for use by the exporter.