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.
Looking to file a claim for duty drawback? U.S. Customs and Border Protection has issued updated guidance on how to do so as a result of their transition of the drawback program and Drawback Specialists. We detail everything you need to know here.
Find out more about an “Evaluative Proof of Concept” expected to be launched next spring to test three potential Global Business Identifiers that will eventually replace the current Manufacturer/Shipper Identification Number.
Determining the correct tariff for textile and apparel can be a daunting task. Here's how the classification process for a T-shirt works.
Register for the ACE/AES Export Compliance Seminar - part of a series that "will provide comprehensive insight from the Census Bureau on current and future regulations, classification and data tools, as well as agency updates, and essential export information.” Find out more details here.
CBP has issued updated guidance outlining the responsibilities of importers and customs brokers when filing duty-free claims under subheading 9801.00.10 for U.S. and foreign goods returned, along with the documentary requirements for such claims.
As an importer or exporter, you need to understand the difference between HS Codes, HTSUS Codes, and Schedule B Codes. Here is what you need to know.