An ATA Carnet document contains general and specific information about the Carnet. Its green cover page encloses the name of the Carnet holder, the date of issue, the date of expiration, the Carnet number, the national guaranteeing association (NGA), the countries in which the Carnet can be utilized, and a detailed description of the goods that are going to be covered in this file.
The yellow sheets are used when exporting and reimporting back into the issuing country.
The white sheets are used for the temporary importation into and re-exportation from the foreign countries.
The blue sheets are used during the transit process through the countries.
Each sheet consists of two parts- a counterfoil, which describes the actions taken by CBP officers every time goods enter or leave the participating country, (this is meant to always stay in the Carnet), and a removable voucher containing a list of the goods covered by the specific carnet (this is the required CBP document).
*No U.S.-issued carnet includes yellow export or re-import vouchers.