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CBP Amends Regulations to Allow Electronic Liquidation Bulletin

CBP is amending its regulations to allow for official liquidation notices to be posted electronically to the agency's website, in a final rule (here). Effective Jan. 14, notices of liquidations, reliquidations, liquidation suspensions and liquidation extensions will no longer … Subscribe to Read >>

CBP Expands PSCs to More Entry Types, Sets New Payment Timelines

CBP will expand eligibility for filing post-summary corrections to new entry types, including quota, foreign-trade zone, government and warehouse entries, warehouse withdrawals and temporary importations under bond, it said (here). The agency will also require filers submitting PSCs that … Subscribe to Read >>

CBP to Require Filing in ACE for Drawback, Duty Deferral and Reconciliation on Jan. 14

CBP will require filing in ACE beginning on Jan. 14 for drawback and duty deferral entries (here) and reconciliation entries (here), it said. As of that date, filing in the Automated Commercial System for drawback, duty deferral and … Subscribe to Read >>

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CBP Offers Document to Help With Agriculture Cargo Entries

CBP released a new document meant to "assist the importing community in regards to the submission of documents" for agriculture entries, said the Felicia Nailing, supervisory CBP officer at the Port of New York/Newark, in an email. CBP's Tactical Division, Agriculture (AG) Unit developed the document, she said. The form can be used "as a reference for importers/brokers regarding their responsibility before submitting entry documents to CBP AG in Newark," as a "coversheet for brokers when submitting hard copy entries," or as a guideline when submitting through the Document Image System. … Read More >>

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