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Mandatory Transition To ACE: What Importers Need To Know

On February 28, 2016, it will be mandatory for Customs Brokers and Self-Filers to file entries tthrough ACE instead of ACS. As an overview, The Automated Commercial System (ACS) is used by CBP to track, control, and process all goods

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Fish and Wildlife and Lacey Act Update

Fish and Wildlife At Flegenheimer International we are always trying to improve our communication with Importers and other Government agencies. As we mentioned in previous news-blasts, Fish and Wildlife has expanded the list of items they regulate. When we present

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Lacey Act Amendments

The Lacy Act amendments are upon us starting December 15, 2008. This affects anyone importing plants or any product made from plants. Sec. 8204 of the Farm Bill broadens the definition of “plant” under the Lacey Act to include trees

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