U.S. Customs and Border Protection has set a Nov. 14 deadline for interested parties to comment on its proposals to modernize the customs broker’s license exam and discontinue paper notices of liquidation actions.

Broker Exam. CBP is proposing to update its regulations by transitioning to an automated exam, increasing the exam fee, and adjusting the dates of the exam. Click here for more information.

Liquidation Notices. CBP is proposing to post official notices of liquidation, suspension of liquidation, and extension of liquidation for all entries, including those filed in paper form, on its website. These electronic postings would replace both the physical posting or lodging of bulletin notices at U.S. port of entry customhouses and stations as the legal evidence of liquidation as well as the mailed notices of extension or suspension as official notice. Click here for more information.

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