U.S. Customs and Border Protection has announced that as of Aug. 29 the Automated Commercial Environment Protest Module will be the sole authorized electronic data interchange system for filing electronic protests and filers who intend to submit a protest electronically must use the ACE Protest Module. As of that date CBP will no longer accept protests filed through the Automated Broker Interface to the Automated Commercial System. CBP states that this transition has no effect on filers who intend to submit their protest in paper form as specified in 19 CFR part 174.

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