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My question is about the  eAPIS system for crossing the US border in general aviation aircraft. If I'm successful in submitting a manifest with the eAPIS system thru my computer on my eAPIS account is there a record of this submission?    

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  1. perlgerl on Aug 04, 2013

    Yes. Shortly after submitting your manifest, will receive an email with the eAPIS number. Check it to ensure that the number of people approved to fly equals the number requested.

    There isn’t much other detail on the email. When you call to make your customs appointment, you will be asked for a lot of the information from your submission. It helps to print it (control P) BEFORE you submit it, so you have the information handy.

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