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Tariff Classification Course Agenda

8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Seminar
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Central Time) – Webinar
Reference book Doing Your Duty
    1. I. USMCA INTRODUCTION
      • Overview of the United States Mexico Canada Agreement
      • The justification for Free Trade
      • Business participation in USMCA


II. DEFINITIONS

III. A CLOSER LOOK AT ORIGINATION

      • Wholly Obtained or Produced
      • Product Specific Rules, Produced Exclusively From Originating Materials
      • Exemptions From Tariff Change Rules
      • Electronic Goods


IV. FINER POINTS OF ORIGINATION

      • Remanufactured Goods, Recovered Materials and Disassembly
      • Intermediate Materials
      • Accumulation and De Minimis
      • Fungible Goods or Materials
      • Accessories, Spare Parts, Tools
      • Packaging Materials and Containers for Retail Sale
      • Packing Materials and Containers of Shipment
      • Sets of Goods
      • Transit and Transhipment
      • Non-Qualifying Operations


V. USMCA SPECIAL SECTORS

      • Express Shipments
      • Chemicals, Iron and Steel Products
      • Textiles and Apparel
      • Agricultural Goods and Automotive

VI. ORIGIN CERTIFICATION

      • Making the Clam and Distributor Statements


VII. REGULATORY OBLIGATIONS

      • Basis of a Certification of Origin,
      • Importing and Exporting Obligations
      • Record-Keeping Requirements, Determination and Verifications of Origin
      • Refunds & Claims, Confidentiality, Penalties, Advance Rulings


VIII. USMCA IN THE ORGANIZATION

      • USMCA Business Flow Model – Should Your Company Participate?
      • Classification Management and Solicitation
      • USMCA Origination Management


IX. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN FOR MARKING PURPOSES

      • Country of Origin, NAFTA Marking Requirements, CFR 19 § 102.20, CFR 19 § 102.21


X. ARTICLE 2, USMCA’s EFFECTS ON TEMPORARY ENTRY, DUTY DEFERRAL & DUTY DRAWBACK