Category: e-Protest

Pay duties while protest is pending? Importers may not have a choice

Eye-opening piece by Susan Kohn Ross, Esq. of  Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP: Due Your Duty With the ever-increasing scrutiny being brought to compliance and the payment of duties on imported goods by Customs and Border Protection (CBP), it is [...]

Get the latest scoop on CBP’s Simplified Processes Initiative

On March 24, the NCBFAA sponsored a webinar on the Simplified Processes Initiative, presented by Randy Mitchell, Director, Commercial Operations and Entry Division, US Customs Office of Trade Policy & Programs.  Here’s a summary: In 2011, CBP launched the Simplified Processes [...]

CBP offering free Simplified Processes Initiative webinar

The Simplified Processes Initiative (SPI) is an effort to develop a transformation strategy to optimize the process of importing goods through collaboration with the trade and CBP. Click here to view a summary of the information that presenter Randy Mitchell, Director, Commercial [...]

New guidance on post-importation claims for preferential tariff treatment

On February 28, 2017, US Customs issued CSMS# 17-000110 – Post-Importation Claims for Preferential Tariff Treatment.  The message announces a change in policy as a result of a recent Court of International Trade decision. Specifically, the court determined that CBP [...]

ACE reporting: CBP publishes updates for protest filers and more

With the postponement of the deployment of ACE post-entry functionality, shippers now have some time to familiarize themselves with US Customs’ recent update of ACE reporting capabilities. Specifically, the ACE Reports Team has recently deployed a new ACE Reports Workspace [...]

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