If you were the party responsible for signing the NAFTA Certificates of Origin at your company, are seeking duty relief for your imports, or trying to figure out whether your goods are still eligible under the new rules of origin, this webinar is for you! In this session you will learn the key differences between the new CUSMA / USMCA / T-MEC and the original NAFTA. We have broken down making the declaration of origin under the new NAFTA 2.0 into three main topics: QUALIFICATION which will outline the new rules of origin and analysis; CERTIFICATION which will outline the signature and legal responsibility; and VERIFICATION which will prepare you for a customs audit.

  • Live webinar

  • Online from any computer or mobile device

  • Wednesday, August 12, 2020

  • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM PT

  • Q&A included

  • FREE - During COVID19 Pandemic

Who Should Attend?

The material in this course is relevant to companies involved in the Canadian and/or US import process, seeking duty relief eligibility, under review by CBSA or CBP, as well as personnel responsible for customs compliance, customs documentation, or looking for professional development material. Whether you are the Owner, Manager, Supervisor, Coordinator or Logistics staff of a company importing potentially eligible goods into Canada or the US then this is for you.

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Topics Include

By taking this course you will walk away with a better understanding of North America's new free trade agreement in that it is one agreement between the three countries; however, it does allow for some autonomy in regards to certain requirements. You will learn how to determine eligibility, when certification is or is not required at time of import and more.

  • Key differences from NAFTA

  • Qualification: rules of origin & analysis

  • Certification - signature & legal responsibility

  • Verification - customs audit

FAQ

Setting out to learn how to import your goods across international borders brings with it enough questions as it is and at times may seem like the answers you do find only raise more questions. We've put together some preliminary questions that this course aims to answer and encourage you to bring your questions to our experts who will gladly field them for you.

  • What is the CUSMA de minimis threshold?

  • Are my goods still eligible?

  • What is the USMCA origin criterion?

  • What is regional value content?

  • What are the tariff shift rules for textiles?

  • How long do I have to make a post-entry claim?

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Speakers

  • Annette Rowan

    Trade Advisor

    Annette Rowan

    Certified Customs Specialist, Certified Trade Compliance Specialist and Licensed Customs Broker with over 11 years' experience in Canadian customs brokerage. Annette is a Trade Advisor with Pacific Customs Brokers (Canada).
  • Misty Gibbins

    U.S. Trade Analyst

    Misty Gibbins

    Misty has been working in the brokerage business for 35 years. She was the manager of the Blaine Office of Peace Bridge Customs Brokers for 9 years, before coming to Pacific Customs Brokers (USA). As a Licensed customs broker and Certified Customs Specialist, Misty has worked in the Trade Compliance Group for the past 12 years and currently specializes in trade related regulatory changes as a Senior Trade Analyst.
  • Adriana Petty-Zamora

    Marketing Coordinator & Asst. Graphic Designer

    Adriana Petty-Zamora

    Adriana has spearheaded Pacific Customs Brokers' education program for the last 8 years. With a natural knack for hosting in-person events, online webinars and a love for being on camera she takes on the role of the importer/exporter to moderate, introduce you to PCB and pose your questions to our experts in global trade.