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.
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.
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.
Find out what the latest trade developments are from - Commerce announcing a competitive grant program to promote U.S. exports - to Canada winning a USMCA dispute settlement challenge re U.S. safeguard tariffs on Canadian solar imports, we've detailed these and much more for you here.
Do you know what the important functions of the Border Interagency Executive Council (BIEC) are? Find out what their priority initiatives and accomplishments are ranging from Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) to Single Window (SW) Sustainment and much more, here.
Did you know that ACE Portal users have until February 20, 2022, to link their accounts, but are strongly encouraged to do so prior to that date in order “to avoid potential delays in any required account support resulting from a high volume of support requests.” As of Feb. 20, all users will be automatically directed to the modernized ACE Portal login. Find out all the details and action you need to take here.
Commercial traffic is once again moving across the Ambassador Bridge for the first time in nearly a week after after the Ontario Superior Court granted an injunction Friday barring demonstrators from blocking the bridge. Find out all the details here.