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NAFTA Qualification Process for USA, Mexico and Canada
This 60 minute online training will focus on how to apply rules of origin and different processes when qualifying products under NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement).
Why Should You Attend:
Compliance with NAFTA will help in removing major barriers to trade and investment in North American countries like US, Canada and Mexico. This webinar will describe the North American Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with the US, Mexico and Canada that became law under the Customs Mod Act of 1993 and implemented on January 1, 1994. Goods that meet NAFTA qualification are entitled to duty free or reduced duty entry in to the U.S. Penalties and enforcements actions are severe for non-compliance with NAFTA rules and keeping good records or documentation is necessary in order to support a customs audit or verification from any NAFTA country.
This online session will explain how to qualify finished goods under NAFTA by applying and supporting certain processes in order meet the NAFTA rules of origin requirements.
Areas Covered in the Seminar:
Following topics will be discussed during the webinar:
- Customs Mod Act of 1994 on NAFTA
- Rules of Origin
- NAFTA Certificate
- Annex 401 & Gen. Note 12
- Bill of Materials
- NAFTA Module
- Internal Self-Audits
- Importer Self-Assessments
Who Will Benefit:
This training will provide valuable guidance and assistance to the following personnel involved in implementing NAFTA rules in the organization:
- Global Trade Compliance
- Customer Service
Raul Campos, is a licensed US Customs Broker since 1997 and has practical work experience in the import, export and global trade compliance areas for over 25 years. He specializes in NAFTA, import, export, global trade compliance, C-TPAT, internal self-audits, importer self-assessments and maquilas. He’s currently the Import/Export Administrator for Hamilton Scientific a global manufacturer of laboratory furniture and fume hoods, a current member of the International Compliance Professional Association (ICPA), past member of the Laredo, Rio Grande Valley and Houston Customs Brokers Association. He is also an Adjunct Professor for “Import/Export & Trade Compliance”, Center for Occupational & Organizational Progress, at Laredo, Texas, a division of the Azteca Universidad from Mexico City, Mexico.
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