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Educational Items May Get Certified Later

WASHINGTON (CN) - Certain visual and auditory materials of an educational, scientific or cultural character may be imported into the United States without duty-free documentation, up to the time the items are sold, according to newly adopted rules.

They rules, effective March 23, have been adopted by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Department of the Treasury.

This change aligns the filing of required documentation with a change in USCBP policy that extended the liquidation cycle for entries in the ordinary course of business from 90 days to 314 days after the date of entry.

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