This one-hour webinar describes the importer’s role as the responsible party for an import transaction. Our speakers will discuss how to comply with U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) vast laws and regulations. By the end of the webinar you will know and understand the importance of tariff classification, customs valuation, country of origin marking, intellectual property rights and free trade agreements.

You will also learn basic customs concepts and terms like CBP Form 7501, protests, seizure cases, liquidated damage claims, penalties/fines, prior disclosures, and the FP&F process. Additionally, you will learn the top 10 tips when importing to ensure compliance. This webinar will provide valuable assistance to all importers, customs brokers, and all trade professionals.

In This Webinar You Will Learn:
– Importance of CBP Rulings for Classification, Valuation and Country of Origin.
– Cost Savings Practices Like Utilizing Free Trade Agreements.
– Importance of Protecting Intellectual Property Rights.
– Basic Customs Concepts and Terms.
– Top Tips to Proactively Work with Your Customs Broker.
– What to Do if you Encounter a CBP Detention and/or Seizure Case Learn when to Submit a Prior Disclosure to CBP Top 10 Tips when Importing to Ensure Compliance.
– Learn Key Best Practices and Hear Real Life Case Studies.
– Learn What to Do, and More Importantly, What NOT to Do, and What the Consequences are for Non-Compliance.

– Jennifer Diaz
– Denise Calle
– Donald Woods

Who Should Attend:
– Importers
– Customs Brokers
– Regulatory Affairs Professionals
– In-House Legal Counsel
– Product Development Managers
– Others Trade Members

Eligible for 1 CCS/MCS NEI Credit
– Input your NCBFAA NEI ID number at the time of registration to receive credit.