Monday, February 20, 2012
Thursday, February 2, 2012
|Melissa Groisman, Esq.|
- Original Certificate of TitleOriginal Letter of Intent - for vehicles exported by sea or air, a letter provided by the carrier and identifying the date of export (be aware of 72 hour rule), destination, vehicle owner, vehicle identification number, and authorized signature
- Export Power of Attorney - If the owner of the vehicle to be exported is not presenting the documents to CBP, a CBP Export Power of Attorney must be submitted and notarized, identifying the person submitting the documentation and signed by and identifying the ultimate purchaser/owner and the vehicle (by VIN).
- Letter of Authorization - If the vehicle to be exported is owned by a corporation, company or business entity, it must be accompanied by a notarized letter on official business letterhead authorizing an agent to act on its behalf.
- Lienholder Authorization - if the vehicle is leased or has a lien against it, there must be specific authorization allowing for the export of the vehicle on company letterhead.
- Copy of the photo identification of the person presenting the export documents.
- Copy of the photo identification of the owner of the vehicle if different from the presenter.
For any questions, contact Melissa Groisman at firstname.lastname@example.org