CUSTOMS DUTY

The legal assistance in Customs Duty aims to enable the company on taking informed decisions about the issues faced in the import and export operations in front of the tax authorities and inspection agencies, as well as to plan these operations.

For better performance and safety, our expertise includes not only IRS, but other agencies that interfere at the customs clearance procedures such as ANVISA.

It is usual that Companies don´t have their own staff dedicated to customs issues. That is why in some cases important decisions lack the support of focused legal advice.

Our legal advice do not overlap the customs services. The customs clearance service provider or “customs broker” acts a paralegal service to support burocratic procedures. Our role is to support to the decisions that needs to be taken by the company that wil impact on the way of the paralegal performs his work.

With legal support, the customs broker will be supported to defend the company´s interest, increasing the chances of success in any operation.

We provide the following services:

QSA
Legal opinions on tax issues
Mercosur Joint Classification Standard
Import Tariff Reduction Request
Special regimes
Support for the filling for Authorized Economic Operator in Brazil (AEO)
Regardless of whether the company profile is aggressive or risk adverse our objective is that decisions on foreign trade are made with the knowledge of the risks involved. The solid previous knowledge allows corrections involved the customs process and minimize liabilities.

For this reason at our firm Customs Law is one of our main focus.

The CSA serves the following segments

FOOD

The food industry aims to produce and market food. With the development of new technologies, the demands of the industry increase to guarantee the quality of the products, the health of the consumer and a good productive performance.

CLASS ASSOCIATIONS

The class associations seek to meet the interests of certain professional groups with common goals whose purpose varies according to the demands of each class.

TRADE

The Brazilian commercial sectors involve from the marketing itself as well as the partnerships and market relations that occur in their activities, uniting the work of different sectors to increase the participation in the international market.

CONSTRUCTION

One of the main growing areas in Brazil, the civil construction area works in the development of projects and housing and infrastructure works. Legal action in this sector is intended to help, for example, in contractual relations, job security and biddings.

COSMETICS

An expanding sector in Brazil, focused on the consumption of raw materials, production of ingredients, investments in organic products and exports.

FRANCHISE

The activities that involve the implementation of franchises have as a concern the investment in a business, paying attention to the right to use the brand, distribution of products, as well as operating costs and payment of royalties.

INDUSTRY

Brazilian industries are focused on export growth and the strengthening of national and international trade agreements. In Brazil’s current scenario, opportunities for micro and small businesses also grow.

PHARMACEUTICAL INPUTS

Sector under intense inspection with the purpose of obtaining medicines of quality, within the sanitary control standards.

FOREIGN INVESTMENTS

With the expansion of the Brazilian market, there is a growing incentive for agreements between domestic industries and foreign companies, as well as the arrival of companies from other countries to Brazil.

MEDICINES

The drug industry seeks to market its products while complying with sanitary safety and distribution standards.

MEDICAL PRODUCTS

Production of medical articles and products, such as hospital furniture and surgical instruments, focusing on quality and safety standards.

CHEMISTRY

Health is the right of all, but its maintenance demands resources often insufficient, especially considering that every citizen wants to obtain every possible treatment, and the best quality, a situation that is worsening due to the aging of the population due to the development of new technologies which continually overcome the diseases that afflict humanity.

CHEERS

Health is the right of all, but its maintenance demands resources often insufficient, especially considering that every citizen wants to obtain every possible treatment, and the best quality, a situation that is worsening due to the aging of the population due to the development of new technologies which continually overcome the diseases that afflict humanity.

SERVICES

The provision of services encompasses industry activities that are intended to offer products or assistance to individuals or companies.

REGULATED SECTORS

Companies regulated by supervisory bodies, such as Anvisa, must comply with several principles to guarantee the quality of its services. To this end, it is necessary to strengthen relations with other regulated companies.

TEXTILE

Sector that acts in the manufacture and sale of garments, with important participation in the market of raw materials, inputs and machinery.

T.I.

Companies specialized in T.I. develop programs and equipment for the generation and maintenance of information and data, seeking efficiency and intelligent solutions.

INFORMATION

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Phones
São Paulo +55 11 2766-4360 | Brasília +55 61 3264-8959

Email
contato@correiadasilva.com.br