Global Trade News & Events

Documents Requested for Filing 9801.00.10

CBP issued CSMS #17-000046 on 01/31/2017 to remind the trade community of the documents that may be requested when an importer files under the subheading 9801.00.10. This message is important because of the change to 9801.00.10 on 04/25/2016 which now allows from non-U.S. origin goods to be returned without having been advanced in value or improved in condition. Specifically, section.. Read More

2017 Reconciliation Seminar

CASAS International Brokerage Inc. is hosting a Reconciliation Seminar on April 12, 2017 at the San Diego Country Club in San Diego, CA. CASAS will lead the seminar alongside International Trade law and U.S. Customs Compliance experts from the Zisser Group. The seminar will cover topics such as Valuation, Cost Submission, and Reconciliation in ACE and is free to all CASAS +.. Read More

Trump Nixes U.S. Participation in TPP

President Donald Trump officially abandoned U.S. participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership on January 23, 2017 at the start of his first full week in office as the President of the United States. While Congress had failed to approve the trade deal during the Obama presidency, Mr. Trump’s swift action on the matter serves to re-iterate his staunch criticism of the TPP.. Read More

Online Notices of Extension, Suspension and Liquidation

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has officially changed the platform on which they deliver Official Notices of  Extension, Suspension and Liquidation. While historically these notices have been printed and mailed or posted in customshouses, CBP now publishes this archive digitally – promising daily updates as liquidations are processed. To access this free archive, visit Per the CBP’s Bulletin Notice.. Read More

Presentation on Reconciliation in ACE

A few recent highlights from an CBP presentation on Reconciliation in ACE: No more blanket flagging, only entry-by-entry flagging. All importers will be eligible for participation in reconciliation. All new and existing participants must have a valid, active Reconciliation Bond Rider on file in order to participate in the ACE Reconciliation Prototype and flag underlying entry summaries Filers will no.. Read More