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Customs Compliance for Import Personnel
A 2-day Course intended for Import Compliance Professionals and Management with Import Compliance
American Honda Motor
1919 Torrance Blvd.
Thursday, July 19, 2018 & Friday, July 20, 2018
Registration: 8:45 AM
Workshop: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Lunch will be served
12 CCS Provided by NCBFFA
This is a 2-day course intended to cover the subjects and information needed by importer employees responsible for Customs and import compliance. These include internal controls, customs broker selection and monitoring, bonds, powers of attorney, managing HTS classifications and assists, post entry claims and compliance issues. The class also covers participation in Customs initiatives, such as C-TPAT, Importer Self-Assessment, and ACE Portal.
Topics to be Covered:
- Establishing & utilizing internal controls
- Customs broker selection, powers of attorney & broker monitoring
- Types of entries, customs bonds, paying duty & handling liquidations
- Determining and declaring a Customs value for a company’s transactions
- Classifying imported articles, saving and utilizing classification information
- Qualifying for the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT)
Program and Importer Self-Assessment Program
- Participating in Centers of Excellence & Expertise
- Dealing with Anti-Dumping and Special Duties
- Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) and ACE Portal benefits
- Qualifying (or not) for duty free exemptions and free trade agreements
- Using TIBs, bonded warehouses, Foreign Trade Zones & drawback
- Learning of, and dealing with, import restrictions and other agency requirements
- Post entry actions – amendments, protests, claims, tenders and disclosures
- Record keeping requirements and complying with the rules
- Responding to Customs requests and actions
- Dealing with liquidated damages & audits
The Instructor: Bruce Leeds, Of Counsel, Braumiller Law Group w Group
Before joining Braumiller Law Group, Mr. Leeds was a trade control specialist for Boeing and Senior Import Specialist for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. He holds a customs broker license and certified customs specialist
Full bio: www.braumillerlaw.com/bio/bruce-h-leeds/
Trade in a Shifting World
The 98th Annual AAEI Conference and Expo, June 26-28, 2019 in Washington, DC, is an opportunity for trade professionals to better understand commerce in the shifting world of international trade. AAEI’s conferences bring together practitioners and policymakers for the common purpose of facilitating the movement of goods safely and securely. In a shifting world, keeping up with the flow of change has challenged everyone involved in trade. Attendees will take away strategic and tactical approaches and compliance knowledge for their trade operations. The conference will be held at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel in the heart of Washington, DC’s lively Penn Quarter.
2019 Program Concept
AAEI’s conference planning team devised a new concept for this year’s program, meant to maximize the content value for attendees of all professional levels.
Each general session at the 98th Annual AAEI Conference and Expo will be followed by two corresponding breakout sessions, one for each of the following tracks:
The result will mean attendees will take away more than they expect from a high level AAEI annual conference experience. They will retain important information on strategic and operational levels. The 2019 AAEI conference is for people who work in trade– and for people who work on trade.
Adrienne will be moderating a panel discussion on the topic of USMCA & Rules of Origin, 11:00am- Noon on June 27th.
The newly updated NAFTA agreement goes by many names – USMCA, CUSMA, TMEC – but what’s in a name? The real question remains, “will it be ratified?” This panel aims to explore the deep-rooted issues surrounding the new agreement, the most significant changes to the agreement, what it could mean as far as new procedures for qualification, and how our experts think interested parties should prepare for the changes. Updated rules of origin and customs procedures that acknowledge technological advancements of the last 25 years will serve as a focal point of the discussion, as well as any additional side deals that could make or break the ratification of the agreement by all three countries. Our experts will offer a range practitioner insight from all sides of the deal.
Read Adrienne’s bio here.
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For Registration details and additional information, please visit AAEI’s website.