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CBP Reconciliation – Getting It Right!

  • DateOctober 12, 2022
  • Time1:00 PM EST
  • Duration1 hour
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About this Webinar

Importers are required to provide detailed shipment information on their goods prior to reaching the border. However, information like free trade agreement eligibility, and declared value is not always obtainable prior to reaching border officials.

Many businesses may not be aware that the U.S. Customs Reconciliation program was developed by the CBP to assist businesses for this very reason. It allows approved importers to correct or reconcile missing information after their shipment has entered the United States. We will be demonstrating how businesses participating in this program can make accurate declarations to Customs officials during this webinar.

At the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Understand the steps required to join the program.
  • Make accurate declarations to Customs officials under this program.
  • Set up a Reconciliation procedure.
  • Analyze the different types of reconciliation.
  • Identify the do’s and don’ts of Reconciliation.

Join Livingston’s Lynn Brumley as he takes you through the basics of participating in the U.S. Customs Reconciliation program and advises you on how to remain compliant.

Who Should Attend?

Importers facing challenges in sourcing FTA documentation, shippers with selling prices determined after importing consignments, Maquiladora (low-cost manufacturing operations) in Mexico, or several inter-company transactions into the United States.

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Our experts

Lynn Brumley: Senior Consultant, Global Trade Consulting

As Senior Consultant in Livingston’s Consulting Group, Lynn Brumley is responsible for sales support and new business acquisition. He is also accountable for trade compliance projects such as Section 301 Exclusion reviews, import audits and FTA eligibility audits.

Lynn joined Livingston in August 2020 and brings 30 years of experience in the areas of Incoterm Rules, global supply chain-related Trade Compliance, HTS classification methodology, FTA Rules of Origin and global origin marking rules.

Lynn is a Licensed Customs Broker and a member of the International Compliance Professionals Association (ICPA) and the Pacific Northwest Importer’s Anonymous Association (PNWIA) for whom he undertook external speaking engagements.

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