Importers & Travelers

GrayRobinson's customs attorneys help our clients handle and avoid problems with Customs and other governmental agencies at the border. Our customs attorneys and international trade attorneys regularly provides guidance on a wide range of issues related to the importation of goods into the United States, including:

  • entry procedures
  • tariff classification
  • duty preference programs
  • country-of-origin marking and labeling
  • protests
  • prior disclosures
  • restrictive quotas
  • eligibility under preferential trade programs such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) and numerous bilateral and multilateral agreements
  • U.S. Customs audits
  • detentions, forfeitures, seizures, and other penalty actions

Our experience with Customs and Border Protection is only exceeded by our commitment to providing our clients with quality service and we frequently develop assessments, compliance and training programs for our clients.

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U.S. Customs & Border Protection
  • Seizures Petitions
  • Detention
  • Liquidated Damages Petitions
  • Penalties
  • Pre-Penalties
  • Currency Seizures
  • Global Entry Applications and Appeals
Alcoholic Beverages
  • Food Facility Registration & U.S. Agent Service
  • TTB Permit Applications
Dietary Supplement
  • Food Facility Registration & U.S. Agent Service
  • Dietary Supplement Labeling
  • USDA vs. Permit Applications
  • Drug Establishment Registration
  • Drug Listings
Food and Beverage
  • Food Facility Registration & U.S. Agent Service
  • FCE/SID Service
  • Food Labeling
  • USDA vs. Permit Applications
Medical Devices
  • Medical Device Establishment Registration
  • Medical Device Listings
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