We always defend the legal rights of FEA participants
Many importers are frightened by the adjustment of the customs value of goods. Unfortunately, having a contract with a supplier and all the necessary documents does not guarantee the absence of the CVA.
A customs value adjustment (CVA) is a recalculation of the customs value of goods when the customs authority does not agree with the declared amount. Accordingly, additional payment of customs fees is required.
This situation may arise not only with goods imported below the customs value risks, but also with goods to which additional customs control measures are often applied. For example, these include meat, seafood, nuts, dried fruit, flowers and digital technologies.
We always defend the legal rights of FEA participants!
Our lawyers already have more than 250 appealed decisions on customs value adjustments!
We are always ready to help you!
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