It is used to control the export of textiles and textile products to the United States and to prohibit the unauthorized entry of merchandise into that country.
A visa system is the most effective way to prevent illegal transhipments and quota fraud. It also ensures that the foreign government and the United States count goods and impose quotas in the same way to avoid over-shipments, incorrect quota charges and embargoes.
If a visa has an incorrect category, quantity, or other incorrect or missing data, or if a shipment arrives without a visa, entry is rejected and the merchandise is not released until the importer reports it. anomaly to the foreign government and receive a new visa or visa waiver from the government.
By issuing a new visa or visa waiver, the foreign government acknowledges having been informed of the category in which customs classify the goods and invoice the quota, if any, and / or the quantity invoiced.
However, a visa does not guarantee entry of goods into the United States.If the quota closes between the time the visa is issued in the foreign country and the arrival of shipments in the United States, the shipment will not be not returned to the importer until the quota opens again.
A visa can cover goods with or without quotas. Conversely, goods subject to quota may or may not require a visa depending on the country of origin.
A textile visa is an approval in the form of a stamp on an invoice or an export control license that is executed by a foreign government.