Reconciliation

(U.S. Customs) An electronic process, initiated at the request of an importer, under which the elements of an entry (other than those elements related to the admissibility of the merchandise) that are undetermined at the time the importer files or transmits the documentation or information required by section 1484(a)(1)(B) of import code, or the import activity summary statement, are provided to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at a later time. A reconciliation is treated as an entry for purposes of liquidation, reliquidation, record keeping, and protest.

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