NAFTA 2.0

CUSMA|USMCA|T-MEC

Everything You Need To Know In One Place

The long awaited NAFTA 2.0 agreement between Canada - US - Mexico is due to be implemented on July 1, 2020. Need help understanding what and how it will affect you? We are here to answer your questions!

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NAFTA 2.0 Is...CUSMA, USMCA, T-MEC

  • Wednesday, July 15, 2020
  • 1.5 hours
  • Q&A to follow
  • FREE
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Canada Series

Part 1

  • What Does This Mean For Importers?
  • If A Product Qualified Under NAFTA, It Qualifies Under CUSMA/USMCA/T-MEC Right?
  • What Are Rules Of Origin?

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Part 2

  • Who Can Complete The Certification Of Origin?
  • How Do I Get My CUSMA/USMCA/T-MEC Certifications?
  • Do All Imports Require A  Certification Of Origin?
  • What If I Can’t Get A  Certification Right Away?

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Part 3

  • Is It True That Some Imports Won’t Have Any Duty Or Taxes?
  • I Have Advance Rulings Under NAFTA, Can I Still Use Them Under CUSMA/USMCA/T-MEC?
  • What If I Import Textiles, How Will I Be Affected?
  • How Are Low Value Courier Shipments Affected?

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Part 4

  • Data Elements
  • Importer, Exporter, or Producer - Certification of Origin
  • Certifier
  • Exporter
  • And so on

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U.S. Series

Part 1

  • Aren’t The Rules The Same For Each Country?
  • What Can I Do In Preparation For The Transition To USMCA?
  • How Will USMCA Impact My Day-To-Day Operations?

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Part 2

  • Can I Make A USMCA Claim Without A Declaration?
  • Who Can Complete The USMCA Declaration?
  • What If I Am Not The Producer Of The Goods?

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Part 3

  • Can I Make A USMCA Claim For Reduced Duties After The Entry Has Already Been Filed?
  • Is There A Provision Under USMCA For Imports To Be Completely Duty And Tax Free?
  • USMCA - Highlighting Notable Differences

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CUSMA/USMCA Certification of Origin

The Certificate of Origin is strictly for eligible goods from Canada, the U.S. and/or Mexico and valued over $3,300 CAD into Canada or valued over than $2,500 USD into the U.S. It is used to request a lower duty rate for eligible commercial goods under the new NAFTA. If eligible, it's important to note that this program replaces the previous NAFTA. It remains non-mandatory for your imports, and assistance is still highly recommended.

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