The Select Luxury Items Tax on certain imported vehicles, aircraft, and vessels into Canada has come into effect. Find out all the important details that you need to know, including how to register, how the tax is calculated, and much more here.
Importer of dairy products? FAS has issued an interim final rule which suspends for an additional year the historical license reduction provision which would otherwise apply beginning with the 2023 quota year. This change will allow license holders additional time to adjust to challenging market conditions impacting the dairy sector. Find out all the details you need to know, in addition to how to submit comments on this rule, here.
As an importer, how do you participate in eCERT 2.0 and claim applicable in-quota tariff rate of duty or the preferential duty rate under a tariff preference level (TPL) on your imports? Find out the answer to this and all details on the upcoming changes to eCERT that you need to know here.
Importer of goods from Taiwan into the U.S.? More specifics have been released regarding the 21st Century Trade Initiative between the U.S. and Taiwan. Find out all the details that you need to know here.
Importer of poultry products from the UK? The CFIA will be harmonizing import requirements with the United Kingdom (UK) for products imported from countries with outbreaks of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI). Stay compliant, find out what the changes are here.
ACE account users will soon have the option to electronically view and track their outstanding refund status and history for all refunds processed. Find out all the details you need to know on the new CBP Refunds ACE Report here.
An examination is underway into how/if USMCA automotive Rules of Origin may have affected the U.S. economy and impacted U.S. competitiveness. Find out all the details you need to know here.
Exporter of Canadian softwood lumber into the US? The new duty rates are in, and Canada's responds. Find out all these details here.
Did you know as a non-resident importer of goods into Canada, you may be able to recover part, or all of the GST paid on your imported goods? Read on to find out everything you need to know to recovering GST as a non-resident importer (NRI).
U.S. Customs and Border Protection recently announced that it will be adjusting certain customs user fees and corresponding limitations to account for inflation. Find out all the details here.