Importing commercial goods into the United States involves complying with the many complex regulations administered by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. International Trade Law Answer Book provides a comprehensive and step-by-step overview of the current law regulating when and where, and if, goods can be brought into the United States.
Walking through the process from pre-importation requirements to appealing a customs matter to the federal customs courts, International Trade Law Answer Book provides a detailed analysis of such areas as the:
International Trade Law Answer Book walks you through the entire importation procedure, describing each step in the process; the regulatory requirements governing that step; and providing a copy of each major form that must be completed, including instructions on where and when that form must be submitted.
In addition, this new title provides complete coverage of how Rulings are issued and how to handle a negative Customs response, including the filing of protests and, ultimately, review by the U.S. Court of International Trade and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
International Trade Law Answer Book is designed to assist importers, attorneys, customs brokers, accountants, freight forwarders, customs consultants, Customs professionals in government service, and students in finding answers to the technical legal and administrative practice questions that inevitably arise in connection with importing merchandise into the United States.