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New Requirements for Solar Panels

Antidumping and countervailing duties are required on imports of solar cells and panels from China, including solar panels produced in a third-country from Chinese solar cells. Importers of solar panels from all countries that do not contain Chinese solar cells are required to certify that the imported solar panels do not contain Chinese solar cells, and to provide this certification at the request of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). If an importer does not provide this certification at the request of CBP, the U.S. Department of Commerce has instructed CBP to collect antidumping and countervailing duties on the corresponding imports of solar panels. Importers of solar panels exported from China not containing Chinese solar cells are also required to maintain a certification from the exporter. If importers of this merchandise do not provide both the importer and exporter certification at the request of CBP, the U.S. Department of Commerce has instructed CBP to collect antidumping and countervailing duties on the corresponding imports of solar panels. These certifications should not be provided as part of the entry document package, unless specifically requested by CBP. CBP may also request additional documentation supporting the certification. For more information, see AD/CVD messages 2153302, 2158303, 2087303 and 2163303 available on ACE and ADDCVD Search (http://addcvd.cbp.gov/)



NAFTA Seminar Program


Wednesday, April 5, 2017 

Americana Motel


8:00am Registration, Coffee & Donuts.


8:30 U.S. – Mexico Trade Relations under the Trump Administration

Rudy Piña, LCB - President, R.A. Piña & Associates Inc. - Nogales, Arizona.


9:00 New Product Introductions– The Six U.S. Customs Critical Decisions. 

Rudy Piña 


9:30 Principles of Tariff Classification & Customs Valuation. 

Fernando Sandoval, LCB Martinez Group, Nogales, Arizona & Sonora.


10:30 Break.


10:45 Country of Origin Determinations and the Requirements of Country of Origin Markings. 

Rudy Piña


12:00pm Hosted Luncheon.


12:45 Guidelines on Preparing the NAFTA Certificate of Origin. 

Hector Lopez Monroy, LCB LM Logistics, Nogales, Arizona


1.15 Using U.S. Preferential Tariff Provisions 9801 and 9802 to Reduce Duties. 

Rudy Piña


1:45 Break


2:00 The Role of the U.S. Customs Import Specialist Teams & The CEEs. 

Sherri Ruby Supervisory Import Specialist U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Nogales, Arizona. 


2:30 The Role of the U.S. Customs Inspection & Control Division. 

Albert Trotto, Supervisor, Trade Enforcement Operations U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Nogales, Arizona


3:00 Closing Remarks 

Rudy Piña






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