Topics for U.S. Exporters
Exporting to Mexico course presents an overview of the processes involved in cross-broker exportation between the United States and Mexico. Course addresses U.S. export, U.S./Mexico cross border, and Mexican import requirements. This course is designed to help organizations understand cultural differences, the legal requirements of doing business in Mexico and provide an opportunity to focus on establishing/updating operations and establish internal procedures which will enable companies to practice a level of reasonable care required by both United States and Mexican governments.
Course provides a fundamental overview of the U.S. International Traffic In Arms (ITAR), the U.S. regulatory and statutory framework and provides an insight and understanding of the key principals and essentials of ITAR compliance. Attendees of our ITAR training will gain an understanding of how the ITAR impacts international business and how to avoid costly fines and penalties. Subjects covered in this training include; ITAR and USML (U.S. Munitions List), registration with the State Department, ITAR technical data controls, ITAR licenses, compliance and enforcement, transition of hardware and technical data from the USML to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and regulation of brokering activities.
Country of Origin Determination, how do you get it right? Country of Origin is a key part of Free Trade Agreements! This course will help you understand the Rules of Origin for determining the Country of Origin. Why is it important? Class will cover Kyoto Convention World Customs Organization. What is “Substantial Transformation” for U.S. Customs Regulations.