UFLPA Compliance and Your Broader International Trade Compliance Program
Principal Counsel – Global Trade
The Walt Disney Company
Global Head of Analytical Solutions
Vice President, Legal, Trade Counsel
Steptoe & Johnson LLP
For importers trying to bring in goods from China’s XUAR region, ramped-up enforcement could mean an unexpected increase in inspections of shipments to determine place of origin. Knowing how to prepare can make all the difference between delayed and on time.
- What documentation is needed for importers to demonstrate that goods were not produced in whole or in part in the XUAR region?
- What are the emerging counterpart laws in other countries that are driving further forced labor controls?
- UFLPA Compliance: Proving Source of Origin
- Supply chain tracing information
- Evidence pertaining to merchandise or any component thereof
- Evidence pertaining to miner, producer, or manufacturer
- Request an exception to the rebuttable presumption
- Commodity-specific supply chain tracing documentation
- Responding to CBP ramped-up enforcement