CBP will be placing a greater focus on the issue of trade-based money laundering and tax evasion in Fiscal Year 2023. Find out all the details here.
Soon you will be able to easily obtain current status, quantity information, and entry summary usage details on Certificates/Licenses or Visas that have been filed in eCERT. Find out all the details that you need to know 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.
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.
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.
Importer/exporter of fish or fish products? Find out all the details that you need to know on the potential of an upcoming change concerning the Certification of Admissibility (COA) to allow entry of these types of products into the United States, and how you can submit your comments on the proposed ruling.
A delay in the implementation of HS 2022? U.S. Customs has advised that the five-year World Customs Organization harmonized tariff schedule update will not take effect January 1, 2022. Find out all the details as to why, and what the trade community can expect.
CBP is issuing an authorization for ID procedures for merchandise to be released on December 16, 2021, through December 31, 2021. The authorization is offered to filers who may want to take advantage of favourable tariff changes taking effect at the start of 2022. Find out all the details on conditions and supply chain issues here.
Receiving errors in ACE while validating data for the Lacey Act? You're not alone. Here's the workaround until U.S. Customs correct the issue.