Non-Resident Importer in Canada Workshop Part I and II


Instructor: Fabiola Ferrusquia
Product ID: 705792

  • Duration: 3 hrs
This webinar on Canadian import compliance will teach how to do valuation of imported goods, how to calculate GST and claim it, how to classify goods, maintain record and comply with trade regulations.
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Why Should You Attend:

Have you thought about expanding your business internationally but afraid so because you don’t have a local office/personnel? Are you currently importing into Canada and being the Importer of record? Have you considered the full responsibilities you have accepted by doing so? These and many other questions can be answered or at least led to the right direction.

Being the importer of record in another country is much more than just having your customs broker clear goods for you. It encompasses rules and regulations that can heavily affect your daily operation, mainly in the financial side.

Attend this webinar to understand various regulations governing import to Canada, your responsibilities and rights as a Non-Resident Importer (NRI), the benefits as NRI, what to document and how to document, how to do good valuation. How to recover GST/HST.We will discuss some examples, concepts and processes to do a complete import operation as NRI.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

PART I –90 Minutes 10:00am PST to 11:30am PST

  • Non-Resident Importer (NRI), responsibilities and rights
  • DDP as Incoterm
  • Benefits, Pros and Cons of an NRI
  • Business Registration (Business Number); contacts, process, main responsibilities
  • Documentation – CCI (Canada Customs Invoice)
  • Optional scenarios to import; alternative Inco TERMS

15 Minutes Break

PART II –90 Minutes 11:45am PST to 1:15pm PST

  • Review of topics from Part I:
  • Canadian Purchaser
  • Valuation of goods for reporting to CBSA (Canada customs) with practical examples
  • Recovering GST/HST; contacts, process
    1. Overview of tax structure - what it is and who pays
    2. Rates: national and provincial
    3. Compliance and filing requirements: charging/collecting from customers, filing frequency, input tax credits
    4. Determining nonresident status: direct shipments to customers, owning inventory in Canada, and carrying on business in Canada

Who Will Benefit:

  • Companies or individuals transferring stock/inventory
  • New business entering the market
  • Global Logistics Professionals
  • Global Export Professionals
  • Supply Chain Departments
  • Global Trade Compliance Department
  • Global Import Professionals
  • Shipping and Logistics Departments
  • Trade Consultants/Advisors
  • Companies or individuals not having a place of business, but exporting into Canada and being the Importer of Record
  • Companies or individuals importing into Canada with DDP terms
Instructor Profile:
Fabiola Ferrusquia

Fabiola Ferrusquia
Customs and Logistics Consultant, Damco

Fabiola Ferrusquia has 18 years experience in Trade Compliance and Transportation doing businesses first hand in Mexico and Canada. She is complemented by exposure to all continents regarding Customs Processes and requirements. She has successfully helped build Trade Compliance, import, export and logistics departments from the ground up with different industries an angles of the Trade field; setting them up for success.

Throughout her career, Fabiola has been exposed to manufacturers, importers/exporters and even the service providers such as freight forwarders and customs brokers has provided a very particular skill to anticipate the needs and challenges, as well to propose the cause of action. She is currently focusing on helping small and medium companies to gain awareness about being compliant, the pros and cons of having their own department an helping them by means of training, outsourcing or contracting.

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