Requirements for Proving Exportation for Drawback Claims Eased

Requirements for Proving Exportation for Drawback Claims Eased Excerpt from: Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade |August 7 2015 U.S. Customs and Border Protection has issued a final rule that, effective Aug. 7, removes some of the requirements for documentation used to establish proof of exportation for […]

Latin America Trade Bulletin: Import Licensing, Drawback, Phytosanitary Requirements

Latin America Trade Bulletin: Import Licensing, Drawback, Phytosanitary Requirements Excerpt from: Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade | July 24 2015 This bi-weekly publication offers an overview of the important regulatory and other developments affecting trade and customs throughout the region, including key markets like Argentina, […]

Major Drawback Updates Seem Likely as Legislation, ACE Move Forward

Major Drawback Updates Seem Likely as Legislation, ACE Move Forward Excerpt from: International Trade Today | By: Tim Warren | June 2 2015 The progress of customs legislation and the transition to the Automated Commercial Environment has drawback processes poised for some major updates, some over […]

CBP Plans New Regulations on Drawback, ACE in 2015

CBP Plans New Regulations on Drawback, ACE in 2015 Excerpt from: Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade | May 29 2015 The departments of Homeland Security and the Treasury recently issued their semiannual regulatory agendas, which list the following regulations affecting international trade that could be […]

Report Critical of CBP Controls on Drawback and Entry Process

Report Critical of CBP Controls on Drawback and Entry Process Excerpt from: Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade   | May 12 2015 A recent independent auditors’ report on U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s fiscal year 2014 consolidated financial statements identifies four deficiencies in internal control. One, concerning […]

Trade Groups Seek Congressional Action on Drawback Simplification

Trade Groups Seek Congressional Action on Drawback Simplification Does your Company Take Full Advantage of Drawback Opportunities? Nearly a dozen business groups with substantial international trade interests wrote to Senate Finance Committee leaders recently urging them to include duty drawback simplification legislation as part of […]

Drawback Program headed towards Automation

excerpt from International Trade Today Drawback Program Set on Inevitable Path to Automation, Say Industry and CBP Officials MINNEAPOLIS – As the customs drawback claims process moves toward incorporation into the Automated Commercial Environment, Congress will need to act on Customs Reauthorization legislation in order to provide CBP […]