Business Imports

Business Imports

Business Imports Law:

Imports are goods or commodities that are brought into a country from a foreign country. United States Customs is responsible for the regulation of imported goods and services into the United States, and enforces its own import regulations.

Exports Legal Issues:

Before importing goods, importers are required to understand and comply with rules and regulations enforced by United States Customs. Once the rules are clear, the importer must set up systems and procedures that also comply with Customs. Some importers may require counseling and advice on strategies in order to reduce or eliminate duty liability and how to comply with U.S sanctions.

What a Business Lawyer can do for you:

Establishing a new import trade link may require early preparation as to ensure that the U.S. Customs regulations are taken into account. A business lawyer can make a compliance checklist and answer any questions in regards to import regulations. Business lawyers can advise clients on customs law, including tariff classification, marking and information on preferential trade preference programs, such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

Lawyer Referral Service:

If you are an importer who needs a business lawyer's assistance in following Customs regulations, contact Attorney Search Network. Attorney Search Network can refer you to a business lawyer in your area who handles all import matters.

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