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President Trump Outlines New U.S. Policy on Cuba

We’ve been patiently waiting for today’s announcement since President Trump took office on Friday, January 20, 2017. Some have speculated on whether President Trump’s stance on Cuba would further diplomatic relations following the steps of former President Barack Obama, while the majority have opined that Trump’s next steps could reverse some of the changes made READ MORE

Top Successes of Diaz Trade Law (DTL) & Diaz Trade Consulting (DTC) in 2016!

DTL saved clients MILLIONS of dollars in 2016, below we list a summary of some of our compliance successes! U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) Assisted an importer in having $434,486.00 worth of goods seized returned to it in a RECORD 24 working days, with a signed settlement agreement with CBP in a record 17 READ MORE

Catch up on DTL’s TOP Blogs from 2016!

We want to make sure you stay up to date with the hottest trade topics from 2016. Below is a summary of what you missed by category. Enjoy! CBP Why Pre-Compliance is a Must Ongoing Hoverboard Concerns Yet Another Reason to Record your Trademark or Copyright with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) U.S. Customs READ MORE

Travel to the U.S. with an Unlimited Number of Cuban Cigars and Rum – Courtesy of New Revised OFAC and BIS Regulations

On October 14, 2016, President Obama issued a Presidential Policy Directive on United States-Cuba Normalization to further ease travel and trade restrictions with Cuba. As a result, Monday, October 17, 2016, amendments to both OFAC and BIS regulations will take effect. Below are the top changes from both OFAC and BIS: OFAC is making additional READ MORE

Cuban Cigars Seized by CBP

Mark Twain once said, “I never smoke to excess – that is, I smoke in moderation, only one cigar at a time.” With the loosening of restrictions on travel and trade with Cuba, including the authorization to import Cuban Cigars (for personal use only, under a certain value), persons under “U.S. jurisdiction” are getting caught READ MORE