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FDA 101 Product Code Seminar

August 23, 2017 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM
At Laredo Community College, De La Garza Building Room 101, Laredo, TX

Helping ensure imported products are in compliance with applicable U.S. statutes and regulations and understanding that compliance is a shared responsibility between the public and private sectors. It is important that U.S. Brokers and Importers have practices in place that can prevent or detect potential problems at critical points along the product’s life cycle to avoid placing the U.S. consumer at risk. This FDA seminar is designed to provide general recommendations to U.S. Brokers and Importers on practices and procedures to follow in order to ensure the products they import are in compliance. Attend this live seminar hosted by LLUSCBA where presenters from the FDA Compliance and Safety Import Development Branch will offer their expert guidance to U.S. Brokers and Importers to then implement these recommendations to effectively manage controls and help ensure imported products are safe and compliant with U.S. laws and Regulations.

This seminar is open to Members and Non-Members
Cost for Members: $40 per person
Cost for Members for 3 or More: $35 per person
Cost for Non-Members: $70 per person

Approved for 2 CCS points.

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Target January 2017

Automated Broker Interface, New ACE Programming

In order to allow additional time for all stakeholders to prepare for this transition, and to provide the opportunity to solicit and receive public comment on the associated regulatory changes, CBP is rescheduling this transition which was previously scheduled for October 29, 2016.

CBP is targeting January 2017 for the revised deployment and mandatory date and will provide additional clarification regarding the precise transition date in the coming weeks. This transition includes the mandatory use of ACE for the following transactions. For details on individual transactions, please follow the respective links below:

  • Duty Deferrals
  • Drawback
    • Filers (both ABI and non-ABI) will submit only entry type 47 for drawback entries; entry types 41-46 will be consolidated to the entry type 47 and will no longer be valid.
  • Reconciliation
  • Statements (with associated collections functions)
  • Liquidation

Further information regarding the deployment and use of the remaining capabilities will be provided in the near future.

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Website Updates

DHS Cross Border Guidelines

DHS Cross Border Guidelines
The following provides general information for the movement of goods and immigration requirements for commercial motor vehicles (CMV) and CMV operators engaged in cross-border traffic. Operators in violation of applicable requirements or who cannot provide the appropriate documentation may be in violation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and other U.S. laws. Suspected violations should be reported to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Download file
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