Mexico Procedures and Documentation - New and Major Changes to Customs Regulations 2015

Mexico Procedures and Documentation - New and Major Changes to Customs Regulations 2015


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Mexico Procedures and Documentation - New and Major Changes to Customs Regulations 2015

The webinar training will explain current procedures and documentation requirements for U.S. exports to Mexico and for imports into Mexico, how to avoid delays, cross-border trucking, mandatory labeling requirements, Mexico's Harmonized Tariff Schedule, and recordkeeping requirements.

Why Should You Attend:

It is important for Mexico importers and exporters and executives with operations in Mexico to stay updated with the legal requirements of exporting to Mexico. It’s equally important for them to know the procedures and documentation to enter their goods. Failure to comply can result in detention of merchandise, delays to clear goods at the border, and/or severe penalties.

Mexico published New Customs Regulations to the Mexican Customs Law in April 2015. The new regulations became effective June 20, 2015 and consist of 249 articles. Mexican Customs also recently extended the enforcement deadline for the new value rule to January 15, 2016.

This webinar will explain the mentioned changes and help you in preventing errors that could result in severe civil and/or criminal penalties imposed by each country's customs administration and in preparing for a NAFTA audit.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Major changes to Mexico Customs Regulations
  • Temporary Entry of Business Persons and Goods into Mexico
  • Cross-Border Trucking Procedures
  • Mexico's NEEC Security Program
  • Documentation for U.S. Exports to Mexico
  • Documentation for Imports into Mexico
  • NAFTA and Non-NAFTA Certificates of Origin
  • Mexican Pedimento (different entries into Mexico)
  • Mexico's Harmonized Tariff Schedule
  • Tariffs, Taxes and Customs Fees in Mexico
  • Recordkeeping Requirements
  • Audits
  • Penalties
  • Resources (major web sites for reference material)

Who Will Benefit:

  • Importers
  • Exporters
  • Manufacturers/suppliers
  • Shipping/receiving
  • Freight forwarders/customhouse brokers
  • Customer service
  • Sales/marketing
  • Engineering/manufacturing
  • Purchasing
  • Accounting
  • Consultants
  • Attorneys
  • Compliance personnel qualifying goods under NAFTA

Instructor Profile:

Jan Seal is a management consultant on International Trade and a Licensed Customhouse Broker with over 35 years of experience in imports and exports. Ms. Seal is a frequent speaker/instructor at nation-wide seminars and webinars for international companies located around the world and international trade organizations. She is also a consultant for medium to multi-national companies on trade compliance. She has taught courses for Import Specialist at the U.S. National Customs Academy. She participated in a committee to develop NAFTA training lesson plans for Customs in the U.S. and was one of the first trainers working in the U.S. government that gave training to the public on NAFTA.


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