Customs Broker

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Customs Broker

An individual or firm licensed by customs authorities to enter and clear imported goods through customs. The broker represents the importer in dealings with the customs authorities.

Customs Broker

An individual or firm licensed to represent an importer or exporter in front of customs authorities. A customs broker must ordinarily be authorized to act as such by the local government. The broker files the appropriate paperwork and helps ensure that the goods being imported comply with all applicable regulations. A customs broker is also called a customshouse broker, especially in the United States.
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In case of disapproval of application, importers and customs brokers can file a request for reconsideration to the Chief of AMO, the new memorandum stated.
On the other hand, Li, Dong and Taguba are facing a separate complaint for Unauthorized Practice of Customs Broker Profession under Section 28 of Republic Act 9280 or the Customs Brokers Act of 2004.
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Licensed customs brokers keep abreast of changing laws covering international trade.
Logistics costs will become more expensive after Kyrgyzstan joins the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), Chairman of the Customs Brokers Association Ivan Geletyuk told Tazabek in an interview.
Organized by the Canadian Society of Customs Brokers, the CSCB National Annual Conference is considered the most important gathering in the customs broker industry, and brings together companies, specialists and associate members who are actively involved in this sector.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) is reminding once again all importers and customs brokers that July 31, 2014 is the deadline for them to comply with accreditation requirements of the tax agency.
BNA) -- President of Customs has issued Order 110 for this year The Order stipulates that all customs brokers, product owners or their authorised representatives should present customs data within two hours after the arrival of the products and to follow up on all procedures in the next two hours in a way that ensures that all procedures should not take more than four hours.
The new product enhancement, called "TruVis," comes at a strategic moment in the industry, closely following the recent announcement by US Customs & Border Protection (CBP) that it would allow Customs brokers to move into more complete electronic recordkeeping and retention processes.
It was then sold to Near North Customs Brokers, a subsidiary of Manitoulin Transport, in 2007.
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