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Reconciliation Seminar, CF 28/29s, Waste & Scrap Classifications
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Join us in san diego!
 
Join the CPH Group on April 12th in San Diego for our annual Reconciliation Seminar. CASAS International Brokerage will lead the seminar alongside International Trade law and U.S. Customs Compliance experts from the Zisser Group. The event will be held at the San Diego Country Club in San Diego, CA.

The seminar will cover topics such as Valuation, Cost Submission, and Reconciliation in ACE and is free to all CASAS + CPH Group Clients.
 
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Electronics
Waste & Scrap
 
 
 
 
Electronics Waste & Scrap
Many importers struggle with determining how their electronics waste and scrap materials should be classified.  Click the link below to learn more about correctly classifying and declaring your electronics waste & scrap through the analysis of a CBP Headquarters Ruling.
 
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CBP Guidance:
Post-Entry Preferential Claims
 
 
 
 
Trade Compliance
CBP issued updated guidance on their rules for post-entry preferential claims on imported items. View the letter below to learn more. Tip: Check out the helpful chart on page 2 which divides the free trade agreements by how post-entry preferential claims are to be made.
 
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Vetting our clients, Vetting your broker
 
 
 
 
Powers of Attorney
Just as every one our our clients vets us, we too strive to enforce strict validation of our clients and their business ventures.

As part of our due diligence as customs brokers and participants in the C-TPAT program, we enforce power of attorney validation procedures which include: ensuring that our clients provide completed, signed powers of attorney, performing research about the potential client, and having direct contact with the importer prior to conducting any customs business.
 
 
 
 
 
Important CBP Forms no longer going to brokers
 
 
 
 
CBP CF 28
With the CEEs coming into full force it has become more common that Customs Form (CF) 28 and CF 29 go directly to the importer of record, without the broker receiving a courtesy copy.

If you receive either a CF 28 Customs Request for Information and/or CF 29 Notice of Action, it is vital to keep your customs broker in the loop!

It's also important to note that the ACE Secure Data Portal allows authorized users to receive and respond to both of these notices.
 
 
 
 
 
Upcoming Events + Resources
 
 
 
MEXPORT 2017
 
MEXPORT, the premier cross border business expo in the Cali-Baja region promoting trade and business opportunities, will be held Thursday, April 6, 2017 from 10 AM to 4:30 PM in Otay Mesa.
 
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Learn About ACE Reports
 
CBP has designed a series of ACE Report videos that will help ACE Reports beginners, intermediate or an experienced ACE Portal users to understand ACE Reports terminology, navigate the user interface, run standard and modified reports, create customized reports, and setup advanced features.
 
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Contact US
 
 
 
CASAS
 
9355 Airway Rd. #4
San Diego, CA 92154

Call:+1-619-661-6162
services@casasinternational.com
 
 
Pacific
 
61 E. Calle Sonora
Nogales, AZ 85621

Call:+1-520-281-1722
services@pacificbrokerageinc.com
 
Hastings
 
13378 Port Dr.
Laredo, TX 78045

Call:+1-956-723-7431
services@dhastings.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
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