Learn To Save On Tariffs And Fees With USMCA Rules of Origin Course

Issuing a USMCA origin statement represents a firm’s commitment to understanding the rules of origination, record keeping, and legal obligations. Our USMCA Rules of Origin Course provides the information you need to make decisions that will ensure your compliance with USMCA’s rules, U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s regulations while benefiting your supply chain and your customers.  

Same Free Trade Agreement, but 3 different names:

  • United States, the agreement is named USMCA (United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement)
  • Canada, the agreement is named the CUSMA (Canada United States Mexico Agreement)
  • Mexico, the agreement is named the T-MEC (Tratado entre Mexico Estados Unidos y Canada)

USMCA’s entry into force symbolizes the beginning of a new chapter for North American firms; it supports trade that is more balanced and reciprocal between the three member countries. Trade and stronger economic development in North America are a goal of the USMCA. The USMCA contains enhancements; it modernized products’ rules of origin, improved agricultural market access and strengthened intellectual property, digital trade, financial services, and labor rules. 

Last minute registrations are welcome, temporary access to ebook will be granted.

Full Day

Two 15 min breaks // 1 hr lunch

$595$645
Price is per person

Webinars: 8:30am-4pm CT $595
Seminars: 8:30am-4pm Local Time $645

All Webinars require a Webcam

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Recommendation

Are you familiar with HTS and the GRIs? If not, we highly recommend you attend the Tariff Classification Course prior to attending the USMCA course. See the Tariff Classification course click here.

Course Features

Small Class

This means there is more time for you to grow and get the knowledge and answers you need to succeed. We highly encourage participation and questions throughout the class.

Book Included

With this course, you will receive a free reference book. This will benefit you far past the course.

Certification

With this interactive course, you will receive a certificate of completion and a digital badge.

Credits

You may earn education credits for completing this course. See details

Learn more about our course

Download USMCA Course Agenda ⬇️

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USMCA Course Agenda
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Seminar
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Central Time) – Webinar
Reference book USMCA A Practical Guide to Regulation Documentation & Procedures

I. USMCA INTRODUCTION

• Overview of the United States Mexico Canada Agreement
• The justification for Free Trade
• Business participation in USMCA

II. DEFINITIONS

III. A CLOSER LOOK AT ORIGINATION

• Wholly Obtained or Produced
• Product Specific Rules, Produced Exclusively From Originating Materials
• Exemptions From Tariff Change Rules
• Electronic Goods

IV. FINER POINTS OF ORIGINATION

• Remanufactured Goods, Recovered Materials, and Disassembly
• Intermediate Materials
• Accumulation and De Minimis
• Fungible Goods or Materials
• Accessories, Spare Parts, Tools
• Packaging Materials and Containers for Retail Sale
• Packing Materials and Containers of Shipment
• Sets of Goods
• Transit and Transhipment
• Non-Qualifying Operations

V. USMCA SPECIAL SECTORS

• Express Shipments
Chemicals, Iron and Steel Products
• Textiles and Apparel
• Agricultural Goods and Automotive

VI. ORIGIN CERTIFICATION

• Making the Clam and Distributor Statements

VII. REGULATORY OBLIGATIONS

• Basis of a Certification of Origin,
• Importing and Exporting Obligations
• Record-Keeping Requirements, Determination, and Verifications of Origin
• Refunds & Claims, Confidentiality, Penalties, Advance Rulings

VIII. USMCA IN THE ORGANIZATION

• USMCA Business Flow Model – Should Your Company Participate
• Classification Management and Solicitation
• USMCA Origination Management

IX. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN FOR MARKING PURPOSES

• Country of Origin, NAFTA Marking Requirements, CFR 19 § 102.20, CFR 19 § 102.21

X. ARTICLE 2, USMCA’s EFFECTS ON TEMPORARY ENTRY, DUTY DEFERRAL & DUTY DRAWBACK

  • Webinars: 8:30AM-4:00PM CT [Reference book will be shipped to you]
  • Seminars: 8:30AM-4:00PM Local Time [You will receive reference book in class]

Two 15 Minute breaks AM/PM
1 hour lunch (around noon)

USMCA Training Course Will Benefit

The individuals who have attended our course, and benefit the most are Exporters’ and Importers’, Customs Brokers’, and Freight Forwarders’ professionals such as:  

Compliance Officers, ISO Managers, Purchasing, Sales/Marketing, Supply Chain Managers, Customer Service, Plant Managers, Operations Managers, Credit Managers, Controllers, Engineering, Logistics Department, and Legal. 

You will receive a printed textbook titled “USMCA – A Practical Guide to Regulation Documentation and Procedures” when you take this course. Another benefit of taking our course! 

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