Every article of foreign origin entering the United States must be legibly marked with the English name of the country of origin unless an exception from marking is provided for in the law.
Frontline, Informed Compliance Publication, Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights
In This Issue: International Trade: Commissioner Shares CBP’s Progress and Plans; CBP Announces Open Period for Reimbursable Services Partnerships; CBP Responds to OIG Report on Unmanned A
In This Issue: CBP Publishes Fiscal Year 2014 Border Security Report; Welcome to the 114th Congress; CBP Supports Security Operations at Super Bowl XLIX; CBP, Germany Launch Reciprocal Tru
Secretary Announces Southern Border and Approaches Joint Task Forces; U.S., Singapore Sign Customs Agreements; CBP Launches Border Wait Time App; Trans-Atlantic Patrnership Seeks to Crush Illegal Vehicle Trade; CBP Supports Border Management Tour
CBP On the Hill: The U.S. Government Response to Ebola; U.S., Mexico Sign Mutual Recognition Arrangement; CBP Seizes Nearly $2 Million in Counterfeit Handbags; CBP P-3 Leads to Joint Interdiction of $9 Million in Cocaine; CBP Enforcement News
U.S. Border Patrol Chief Michael J. Fisher is pleased to present the U.S.
CBP Responds to the Ebola Outbreak; CBP’s Counter-Scout Operation Targets Human and Drug Smugglers; CBP Hosts Security Training for Ghana Officials; CBP Rescues Undocumented Immigrants from Dangerous Smuggling Attempt; Fighting Film Thieves: How C
In this issue: CBP and GSA Launch Program to Support Port of Entry Infrastructure; Aerostats: Disrupting Drug and Human Smuggling from 10,000 Feet; Patrolling the Rio Grande; CBP, CBSA Trusted Traveler Enrollment Event; CBP Enforcement News