U.S. Customs and Border Protection reports that on Feb. 24 it will update the Automated Commercial Environment to allow electronic entry and entry summary filing via the Automated Broker Interface for goods from Cuba. CBP encourages filers to ensure their software vendors have updated their programs to allow Cuba to be reported as a valid country of origin.

Also beginning Feb. 24 ACE will decrement drawback eBonds when accelerated payment is requested and an eBond bond status will be sent to the sureties. CBP states that entry summary nightly, entry summary quarterly, and continuous bond (AS, AQ, and BO) Automated Surety Interfaces will be generated from ACE and all other ASI will remain in the Automated Commercial System.

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