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Importer of records have a responsibility to use “reasonable care” when declaring the classification, valuation, country of origin and use of duty preference programs for merchandise upon entry to the U.S.
U.S. Customs often verifies that an importer is declaring merchandise entered into the U.S. properly by sending an importer a Request for Information, also known as Customs Form 28. Upon receipt of a Request for Information, if an importer determines an inadvertent error took place, and an investigation by U.S. Customs has not yet commenced, filing a perfected Prior Disclosure may assist in drastically reducing potential penalties from U.S. Customs.
Diaz Trade Law routinely responds to Customs Form 28’s and provides expert analysis of your import transactions to determine if a prior disclosure can and should be filed and ensures that if filed, it contains all necessary elements to be accepted by U.S. Customs. Call 305-456-3830Or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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