I'm not sure why there is so little information out there about filing the proper paperwork for exporting Sarracenia but I will share what I have learned from the internets and US Fish and Wildlife employees. TF'ers, please chime in with additional tips/tricks:
In order to export Appendix II plants (all Sarracenia and venus flytrap excluding S. jonesii, S. alabamensis, S. oreophila) into another country:
1. Apply for a nursery license from your state Dept. of Agriculture $10. If you plan on wild collecting any plants also apply for wild plant permit. If you've wild collected plants prior to receiving a wild plant permit from your state you will not be able to complete step 3.
2. When you get your nursery license, send in form "PPQ621" application for protected plant permit. $70.
3. When you are approved for a protected plant permit, send in form 3-200-33 application for export of artificially propagated plants. $205
http://www.fws.gov/forms/3-200-33.pdf . Be prepared to show copies of receipts from every plant you've ever obtained, labeled photographs of the growing environment, and contact info for everyone you've ever obtained plants from. If they approve you then you are eligible to export plants for 3 years. Apply for additional "single use CAPPS" certificates ($5 each) when you wish to make a shipment.
4. Ask your plant inspector (the same person who inspected you to give you the nursery license) if there are any quarantines for the country you are shipping to.