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Understanding And Avoiding AES Export Violations

As a US exporter, you must know that US federal law requires “that prior to an international shipment, you may need to file your export transaction electronically. This electronic filing is referred to as Electronic Export Information (EEI) filing, and is required when the value of the commodity classified under each individual Schedule B number is over $2,500 USD, or if an export license is required.” The EEI is the export data that must be filed through the Automated Export System (AES) by the US exporter, who is now known as the US Principal Party in Interest (USPPI). The USPPI is the party that receives the major benefit (usually money) of the export transaction. As indicated below, the US Foreign Trade Regulations (FTR) require an AES filing for exports to anywhere other than Canada (unless an export license is required). 

November 23, 2018

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Returning Online Goods? You Are Eligible For A Refund From CBSA

The good news is when you return your goods that have been imported into Canada you are able to apply for a refund of the Canadian duties and taxes paid on the original purchase. You can apply with Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and their Casual Refund Program.

November 23, 2018

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9 Steps To Importing A Vehicle Into Canada From The US

Importing a Vehicle to Canada is regulated by several different government agencies, importing a vehicle tends to be a …

November 23, 2018

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How To Import A Dog From The US Into Canada

If you are importing a dog or puppy from the US into Canada, it’s important to understand the current challenges. COVID-19 has put a kink in picking up your new furry member of the family when you’ve purchased them from a US breeder.

November 23, 2018

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