Top 10 Changes with Cuba as a Result of Revised OFAC & BIS Regulations
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Top 10 Changes with Cuba as a Result of MORE NEW Revised OFAC and BIS Regulations
As of January 27th, 2016, both OFAC and the BIS have amended their regulations again, and below details the top 10 changes as a result.
The last update was on September 21, 2015, and can be found here. While the United States maintains its broad embargo on trade with Cuba, OFAC and BIS have released amendments to the Cuban Assets Control Regulations designed to advance President Obama’s policy to engage and empower the Cuban people.
The new changes expand the scope of authorized business and travel by U.S. person and companies inside of Cuba.
CBP has released an updated timeline for the mandatory transition to ACE for electronic entry and entry summary filing. There is a December 2016 deadline for full implementation of the Single Window via ACE (Automated Commercial Environment). CBP has implemented a staggered approach to the mandatory filing of electronic entries and corresponding entry summaries in ACE.
"Working in close coordination with the Department of Homeland Security, the Border Interagency Executive Council, and the White House, U.S. Customs and Border Protection has been actively tracking and assessing stakeholder readiness for the mandatory filing of all electronic entries and corresponding entry summaries in the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE). While significant progress has been made, continued concerns about stakeholder readiness have necessitated an updated timeline for the mandatory transition to ACE for electronic entry and entry summary filing. This updated timeline continues to align with our December 2016 deadline for full implementation of the Single Window via ACE."
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