In FY 2020 alone, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) import audits resulted in over $44.6 million being collected by CBP. Similarly, CBP collected over $20.1 million in FY 2020 from trade-related penalties and liquidated damages. Prior to CBP auditing you, there is a lot you can do to be proactive about import compliance. The first step is getting a clear picture of your imports by accessing and analyzing your import data on the Automated Commercial Environment (“ACE”). An ACE audit can identify duty-saving opportunities and open risks.
To date, CBP has collected $87.8 billion in China 301 tariffs. If you have paid Section 301 China tariffs on Lists 3 and 4 and you have joined the landmark lawsuit demanding full refunds on these tariffs paid, it is critical that you understand the extent of China tariffs that you have paid, and proactively look out for liquidations. Proactively and comprehensively auditing your ACE import data is the first step.
Whether you are new to importing or a seasoned professional, this one-hour webinar is a must attend. Register today to hear directly from our Diaz Trade Law President Jennifer (Jen) Diaz about audit risks and duty-saving opportunities. Jen is a Chambers ranked, Board Certified International Attorney specializing in customs and international trade.
This one-hour webinar describe the benefits of Automated Commercial Environment (“ACE”) import history audits and show audience how to analyze data. ACE is a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) system designed to facilitate legitimate trade while enhancing border security. ACE provides a single, centralized access point for the trade community to connect with CBP and its Partner Government Agencies (“PGAs”). It is the primary system through which the trade community reports imports and exports and the government determines admissibility. The presentation will discuss services offered by DTL including the import report card.
In This Webinar You Will Learn:
- How to setup An ACE account
- What is ACE and why is it important?
- WHAT you import
- WHERE you import
- How much you import
- Determine cost saving strategies
- Determine issues with your import processes based on the data
Who Should Attend:
- Customs Brokers
- Regulatory Affairs Professionals
- In-House Legal Counsel
- Product Development Managers
- Others Interested in Importing
This webinar is eligible for continuing education credit from the NCBFAA Educational Institute. Space is limited, registration required! Access instructions will be provided after your registration is complete. Don’t just take our word for how awesome Diaz Trade Law webinars are. Click here to see what our past attendees had to say. Be sure to join us on May 19, 2021! To register, click here.