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Customs Broker Regulation

2024 Customs Broker Triennial Status Report filing begins December 18!

CBP has posted a Notice to remind every licensed broker (individual, corporation, partnership, and association) that they are required to file a Status Report with CBP every three years.  The next report is due on or before February 29, 2024.  These can be filed beginning December 18, 2023.  A fee ($100.00 for each license) must accompany the status report.  Customs Broker Triennial Status Report and fee submissions can be made online via the eCBP portal, which accepts credit card, debit card, and digital wallet (e.g. PayPal and Amazon Pay) payments. (We recommend that you receive and retain a filing receipt or proof of delivery/receipt of your Status Report and payment.)  Note that individual brokers DO NOT need to report Continuing Education credit hours in the 2024 Triennial Status Report.

Remember, it is every individual license holder’s responsibility to assure the Status Report is filed timely.  A failure to timely file the Status Report will result in suspension of the customs broker’s license. If the customs broker takes no further action, the license may be revoked by operation of law, without prejudice.

Also, do not forget that GDLSK posted a notice reminding the brokerage community that the Customs Brokers User Fee Payment for 2024 is due by February 9, 2024.

If you have any questions, please contact one of our attorneys.


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