Participants of our Importing 201 webinar said – “This is my second seminar with DTC/DTL and each time I walk away feeling like I’ve learned quite a bit of information in addition to gathering extensive resources so that I can learn more.” You don’t want to miss Exporting 201 on May 22! Register here!
Prior to importing goods into the U.S. -it is essential to confirm that the Importer of Record listed on the entry actually has the “Right to Make Entry”. Who is entitled to make entry of goods? Under U.S. law, the right to make entry for goods is held only by the importer of record. The term […]
Whether you are a new or experienced importer or exporter, the next 2 webinars are essential! When do you get to hear the ins and outs of CBP audits from a former CBP auditor? When do you get to hear a customs broker share with you the tips and tools you need to ensure your […]
The Trump administration has engaged in a trade showdown with China, targeting more than $50 billion worth of products. The administration’s actions are the result of investigations under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974 (“Section 301”) and Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 (“Section 232”). Section 301
On March 19, 2018, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) adjusted its maximum civil monetary penalties for inflation (per the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015). The rationale for this increase is to maintain and improve the effectiveness and deterrent effect of civil monetary penalties. Any increase applies to penalties […]