Resources & Forms
Hastings is pleased to provide form downloads for your convenience as well as helpful international trade resources to enhance your knowledge of this field.
US/Mexico Trade Resources & Forms
Daniel B. Hastings, Inc. is pleased to provide form downloads for your convenience as well as helpful international trade resources to enhance your knowledge of this field.
Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS)
The HTSUS is the primary resource for determining tariff classifications for goods imported into the United States. It is administered by the United States International Trade Commission.
Schedule B is used to assign classifications to goods exported from the United States. It is administered by the U.S. Commerce Department, Census Bureau, Foreign Trade Division.
U.S. Customs Rulings Online Search System (CROSS)
Use this tool to search the CBP Rulings database. This may help in research for HTSUS classifications as well as decisions made on Free Trade Agreements.
U.S. CBP Informed Compliance Publications
Informed Compliance Publications are documents crafted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection to help the Trade Community gain the necessary knowledge for maintaining top-notch trade compliance.
Helpful Form Downloads
Check here to find the forms you need to streamline your international trade experience. (Note: The watermark in the documents listed below will not appear after document is completed and printed.)
- CPH Request for Advisory Classification
- Manufacturer’s Affidavit
- 9801.00.10 U.S. Goods Returned Declarations
- 9802.00.40/50 U.S. Goods Returned Declarations
- USMCA Bill of Materials Analysis (TEMPORARY)
- Aggregate USMCA Reconciliation Spreadsheet (TEMPORARY)
- Aggregate VALUE Reconciliation Spreadsheet
- Importer Trade Activity (ITRAC) Request
- Toxic Substance Control (TSCA) Declaration
- Generator Waste Profile
Industry Process and Regulation
The international trade industry is constantly evolving, so staying in the know is the key to success. Two innovative programs will drive the future of U.S. trade regulation and trade compliance:
- Automated Commercial Environment (ACE). ACE is the “single window” platform through which all U.S. Customs and Participating Government Agency transactions are made and admissibility/exportability is determined. ACE is still under construction, but progress is being made quickly and CPH is ready. The project is scheduled for completion by the end of 2016. Learn more here.
- Centers of Excellence & Expertise (CEEs). CEEs promise to make the trade compliance experience a more efficient and navigable one through their promotion of uniform standards throughout all Ports of Entry, efficient resolution of compliance issues, and improvement in industry knowledge. All importers will eventually be assigned to one of 10 centers currently located throughout the U.S. Learn more here.
Helpful Industry Links
Find frequently used forms and information at the following government and industry websites: