Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act
Dear Industry Partners,
In response to industry’s requests for additional resources to assist companies seeking to comply with the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) and Section 307 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1307), CBP has published several new documents on its public-facing website.
Today, CBP published the following documents:
- Revised frequently asked questions (FAQs)
- Best Practices for Applicability Reviews
- Guidance on Executive Summaries and a Sample Table of Contents
Other resources, including CBP’s Operational Guidance for Importers and the Forced Labor Enforcement Task Force Strategy are available on CBP’s website.
CBP is hosting two informational events: the Forced Labor Technical Expo (March 14-15) in Washington, DC and the 2023 Trade Facilitation and Cargo Security (TFCS) Summit (April 17-19) in Boston, MA. Registration for both the Technical Expo and the Trade Summit is open; register now and save the dates.
For additional information on the Forced Labor Technical Expo or the Frequently Asked Questions, please contact UFLPAinquiry@cbp.dhs.gov.
CBP looks forward to continued collaboration with the trade community to enforce the UFLPA and to combat forced labor more broadly. Thank you for your partnership.
- Postal Code Requirement For China Goes Live March 18
- UFLPA Statistics
- CBP Guidance For Importers For UFLPA
- UFLPA Fact Sheet
- CBP: Forced Labor Technical Expo [March 14-15, 2023] – recommended by Kit Johnson, Director of Trade Compliance at John S. James Co.