About The Webinar

The risk analysis and survey assessments that U.S. Customs and Border Protection is focusing on to identify customs compliance issues may sound like a more casual review that enables importers to avoid a more intensive and intrusive audit. However, RASAs can subject importers to detailed scrutiny and require significant documentation as evidentiary support. If the RASA is not taken seriously or reveals perceived compliance risks, a full-blown audit and potential enforcement actions may follow. This webinar will review the RASA process, the primary risk areas currently being targeted for RASA consideration, and how importers can better prepare to undergo a RASA or audit.

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Please note we do not take American Express.

Key Topics

  • CBP Reg Audit mission, structure, and legal authority to audit
  • types of  audit engagements and process for identifying and selecting audit candidates
  • RASA approach, processes, and issues to be aware of
  • targeted risk review areas including AD/CV, duty preference programs, Section 301, forced labor, and intellectual property rights
  • import program red flags
  • considerations for prior disclosures

Please note we do not accept payment via American Express.


Sherri R. Moslowitz


Sherri Moslowitz is an auditor for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., resident in the Miami office. She is directly involved with the coordination and conduct of quick response importer audits, risk analysis and survey assessments (RASA), and focused assessment reviews performed by CBP as well as the preparation and submission of prior disclosures. She also assists clients in matters involving valuation (e.g., related party transfer pricing issues, entry reconciliation programs, and first sale transactions), classification, foreign-trade zone compliance, duty preferences and free trade agreements, and other customs-related compliance issues. She began her career as an auditor with the U.S. Customs Service’s New York Regulatory Audit Division and later served as an assistant controller with a manufacturing and import company.



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