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USMCA – Rules & Application

By Nic Arters | June 9, 2021

This webinar discusses the methods and practices that will help keep you informed and in compliance with the US-Canada-Mexico Free Trade Agreement. Resources 2021 06 08.USMCA Webinar Slides Example USMCA Certification CBP CoO Template (use Adobe for viewing) USMCA Implementing…

Best Compliance Practices in Remote Work

By Melissa Merkle | March 19, 2021

Critical Considerations to Maintain Regulatory Awareness Over the past year, businesses across the world have been forced to revamp their working models and has led to a large proportion of the workforce being asked to work remotely.  There is a…

Practicing Reasonable Care

By Nic Arters | February 18, 2021

The Customs Modernization Act makes Reasonable Care a legal requirement when importing into the United States. Not watching your Reasonable Care duties doesn’t just leave you open to delays and confusion, it can lead to penalizing action taken against you…

Export Licenses and Exceptions

By Nic Arters | February 18, 2021

A small percentage of exports and reexports require an export license, and it’s up to YOU – the exporter – to determine if it’s necessary. Are You Confused About Whether Or Not Your Product Requires An Export License? Do You…

Duty Preference Programs

By Nic Arters | February 18, 2021

Duty preference programs are designed to help you reduce duties and encourage international trade. Join us for this free educational webinar to learn about the rapidly changing free trade landscape, so you can make the best of these programs. Recognizing…

Can you trust Customs Compliance Software?

By Nic Arters | February 18, 2021

Automated trade compliance software promises to save you time, money, stress, and ensure every shipment meets international trade regulations.  Are these products as good as they claim? In this webinar we explore the capabilities and limitations of relying on these…

Routed Transactions & EEI Filing

By Nic Arters | February 18, 2021

Electronic Export Information (EEI) Compliance is an integral piece of a successful export transaction. CBP uses this data to ensure exports do not end up in the hands of restricted parties who pose a threat to the national security of…

Import & Export Disclosures in International Trade

By Nic Arters | February 16, 2021

Disclosing your mistakes on Imports & Exports Errors made while transporting goods to and from the United States may give rise to substantial monetary penalties under Customs laws. These penalties, however, may be avoided or reduced by filing the proper…

Becoming a Licensed Customs Broker

By Nic Arters | February 16, 2021

Becoming a Licensed Customs Broker Licensed Customs Brokers are a valuable asset within their organization and often play an integral role in a company’s international operations. Analysis Show That Licensed Customs Brokers… See an increase in compensation Have more job security Experience…

HTSUS Classification

By Melissa Merkle | November 16, 2020

Your Guide to Classify Goods for Customs The Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS) is the primary resource for determining tariff classifications for goods imported into the United States.  Classifying your goods can be tricky because parts and…