Linda B Sarabia
President, CUSTOMS ABC
Linda B Sarabia is a Mexican customs and foreign trade consultant since 1991. She was the senior editor of a version of the Mexican import/ export HTS, that was 20 years in the market. She is an instructor in HTS classification and Mexico customs procedures for the Tijuana and Tecate Licensed Customs Brokers Association and the Mexican Customs Department in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas.

Ms. Sarabia was a Mexican licensed customs broker from 1994 to 2014. She is the founder of North America Trade Consulting and Customs ABC, consulting firms specialized in HTS, rules of origin and customs value.
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Mexican Import Process
Since the implementation of NAFTA, Mexico has become a major market for USA exporters. This course will provide an in-depth explanation of the Mexican importing process, including specific rules and documentation. The webinar will also discuss what impact local government and private resources will have on the exporter's transaction process when it comes to tariff costs in this trading environment.
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Harmonized System Classification: Basics
The Harmonized Tariff Schedule is an international customs classification system. It was developed by the World Customs Organization as a tool to facilitate the world trade by creating a nomenclature that assures uniformity in its application, and at the same time address domestic issues. Not only it is used to establish tariffs and duties, but also to implement measures to protect the public health, the environment, the wild and the world safety. It has been in force since 1988. It is used for 90% of the trading world.
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CUSTOMS VALUATION: How to Determine the Customs Value - Part 2
Due to the changes that has suffered the customs legislation in recent dates, now more than ever it is essential to identify the valuation method applicable for each one of the import operations performed by the importers, as well as its proper application. Through a dynamic presentation and the use of practical examples, the participant will correctly determine the taxable base taking into consideration the specific elements of each operation.
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CUSTOMS VALUATION: How to Determine the Customs Value - Part 1
Importers are required to WCO Customs Value System for the valuation of imported merchandise so that Customs can properly assess duties. We will analyze the difference between commercial value and customs value; the six valuation methods and how to apply them, what makes a good commercial invoice and what charges can be deducted from the dutiable value. We will also discuss the new information requirements for goods being imported into Mexico, to be enforced on January 2016.
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Mexican Import Process
Since the implementation of NAFTA, Mexico has become a major market for USA exporters. This course will provide an in-depth explanation of the Mexican importing process, including specific rules and documentation. The webinar will also discuss what impact local government and private resources will have on the exporter's transaction process when it comes to tariff costs in this trading environment.
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Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) 2017: Scope of the Amendment
This webinar will prepare attendees on the new sets of amendments recommended by the World Customs Organization to the Harmonized Tariff Schedule effective January 1, 2017. Participants will understand the rules to classify products under HTS.
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Exporting to Mexico Webinar Series 4: Harmonized System Code Basics and Special Certificates
This last training program in the exclusive 4-part series will begin by illustrating the need for creating an international system code. This will be followed by an analysis of its structure to understand how domestic and international needs are addressed. The course will further detail how the methodology to classify is clearly stated by the system itself. Further, the most common misunderstandings between the U.S.A. and the Mexican customs authorities will also be covered.
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Exporting to Mexico Webinar Series 3: INCOTERMS Review and INCOTERM Common Practices in Mexico
This third training program on exporting to Mexico will elucidate what the INCOTERMS are and their importance in everyday international trade practices. They will also gain an understanding of international regulations for INCOTERMS use. The course will then discuss how INCOTERMS influence the customs value and tariff and duty application. It will elaborate Mexican customs criteria on INCOTERMS and which INCOTERM is the most appropriate when exporting goods to Mexico.
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Exporting to Mexico Webinar Series 2: How to Settle Disputes with Mexican Customs
The second part of this exclusive Mexican customs training program will discuss how to solve controversies and misunderstandings about Harmonized System (HS) codes assignation, permits and requirements and non-tariff barriers application. Participants will also learn about the Mexican customs laws when exporting products into Mexico and the tools needed to solve any disputes with Mexican customs.
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Exporting to Mexico Webinar Series 1: Mexican Import Process
Since the implementation of NAFTA, Mexico has become a major market for USA exporters. This course will provide an in-depth explanation of the Mexican importing process, including specific rules and documentation. It will also explain what impact local government and private resources will have on the exporter's transaction process when it comes to tariff costs in this trading environment.
Recorded Session Get life time access for one participant with download option!

How to Determine the Customs Value
Importers are required to WCO Customs Value System for the valuation of imported merchandise so that Customs can properly assess duties. We will analyze the difference between commercial value and customs value; the six valuation methods and how to apply them, what makes a good commercial invoice, and what charges can be deducted from the dutiable value. We will also discuss the new information requirements for goods being imported into Mexico, to be enforced on January 2016.
Recorded Session Get life time access for one participant with download option!

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