1. FedEx strongly recommends that importers/exporters/producers re-evaluate and certify their products to ensure that they receive preferential treatment under the new agreement (rules of origin). B, for example). The three countries have now submitted a formal notification for ratification and the new agreement will replace the current nafta and come into force on 1 July 2020. On November 30, 2018, Canada, the United States and Mexico signed the new Canada-U.S.-Mexico (CUSMA) / United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) / Tratado between México, Estados Unidos y Canadé (T-MEC). This agreement will modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) by addressing current trade challenges in key industries such as agriculture and the automotive industry and by making improvements to facilitate the free movement of goods between the three countries. Rights-free access to markets continues and provisions have been introduced for important issues such as intellectual property, labour standards, gender equality and the rights of indigenous peoples. Before you obtain certification, you must ensure that your products are treated preferentially in accordance with applicable USMCA rules of origin. The rules of origin specific to raw materials are contained in the text of the agreement: 4. Decisions of origin extended following the new CUSMA/USMCA/T-MEC must be taken. Decisions on the origin of NAFTA will no longer be valid after the new agreement comes into force.
The U.S.-Mexico-Mexico Agreement (USMCA) is a trade agreement between these parties. The USMCA replaced the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). You can also complete a flat-rate certification covering all shipments of goods that you confirm can receive preferential treatment for up to one year under USMCA`s rules of origin. To complete this form, email the new form to the following email addresses to make sure your realtor receives it: 1. If the original CUSMA certification is required, follow the instructions to create shipping labels. status in trade negotiations, including updated status The USMCA Certificate of Origin may be completed by the importer, exporter or manufacturer of the goods and may be available in any form or form, provided it contains nine minimum data elements; as described below: the USMCA certificate of origin must be accompanied by an invoice; If sending with more than: Contact with the team of import specialists from your center of excellence assigned to www.cbp.gov/trade/centers-excellence-and-expertise-information/cee-directory These include: E-mail to the sales department on FTA@cbp.dhs.gov You can quickly and easily prepare your original shipping labels and certifications for your CUSMA/USMCA/T-MEC shipments with your FedEx electronic and FedEx ® delivery solution.