MERCI à Jacques (Northbound) et Marie-Claude (ONE LIFE) pour ces infos
PROCÉDURES ENTRÉE AUX USA
DRAPEAUX JAUNES NON ACCEPTÉS
Ces numéros fonctionnent très bien pour la Floride – faudra voir pour les autres États
1 800 432-1216
1 800 451-0303
Extrait de la liste téléphonique que j’ai:
Failure to report can result in civil penalties as defined in Title 19, United States Code, Section 1436 to include a penalty of $5000 ...
Voici les numéros sur ma liste:
South Florida: 1-800 432-1216 or 1 800-451-0393
New York 1 877-209-8526
New Jersey and Delaware 1 800-973-2867
Virginia 757 533-4211
North Carolina 252 726-5845
South Carolina 843 579-6513
Georgia 912 262-6692
Porto Rico 1 877-529-6840
Dans mon livre de bord j’ai retrouvé le numéro de la douane à Southport NC 910 772-5900. À notre arrivée de nuit dans Cape Fear river, nous avons jeté l’ancre et appelé la douane, ils nous ont donné un numéro de référence. Nous sommes entrés le lendemain à Deep Point Marina et le douanier est venu sur notre bateau après les avoir recontacté.
S’il advenait le cas où nous n’avions pas de cellulaire, selon les autorités, il faudrait entrer dans une marina et aviser le maître de port qui lui contacterait les autorités pour nous.
Jacques et Sheila
APPLICATION "ROAM" SUR CELLULAIRE POUR LES GRANDS LACS ET LE ST-LAURENT
New Small Boat Reporting Procedures Now In Effect
April 13, 2018
CBP Introduces a New Smart Phone App for Small Boat Reporting in the Great Lakes and Saint Lawrence River from Buffalo to Ogdensburg
BUFFALO, N.Y. – U.S. Customs and Border Protection has added the Buffalo Field Office to the list of locations now using the new Reporting Offsite Arrival-Mobile (ROAM) application for small boat reporting.
CBP Air and Marine Operations vessel on Great Lakes patrol
The new app replaces the system of Outlying Area Reporting Stations (OARS), which were outdated and challenging to access. Small boaters in the Great Lakes and Saint Lawrence regions will now be able to complete their inspection with a CBP officer through an app on a smart phone device, or at one of the new ROAM reporting locations, which will have the reporting app loaded on an iPad.
The ROAM app allows small boaters the flexibility of either reporting their arrival into the U.S. from any location. The ROAM app is available in the Apple and Android stores. The ROAM app enables a video conference with CBP officers located at the Ogdensburg port of entry.
“This technology is a step in the right direction for the boating community as well as for our officers processing these types of arrivals,” said Alexandria Bay Area Port Director Timothy Walker. “Having the clarity of high definition video, coupled with the traveler’s information from the application is strengthening border security while facilitating legitimate travel and commerce.”
Small boaters can construct a profile within the application, and submit their information for a CBP video conference when crossing the U.S. border. Traveler information can be easily saved with the app, or recreated for future crossings.
CBP encourages boaters to take advantage of the ROAM app on their smart phone devices.
Travelers in possession of a Nexus Card or I-68 can still report their arrival by calling 1-800-827-2851 – or use the new ROAM app.
If travelers arriving by boat have any questions about reporting their arrival to CBP, contact the local port of entry or call 1-800-827-2851.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the unified border agency within the Department of Homeland Security charged with the management, control and protection of our nation's borders at and between the official ports of entry. CBP is charged with keeping terrorists and terrorist weapons out of the country while enforcing hundreds of U.S. laws.
April 16, 2018