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  • Considering a Move to Canada? AllCleared Can Help.December 3, 2018

    Source: All Cleared Link: Considering a Move to Canada? AllCleared Can Help. If you’re looking for high-quality education, from colleges and universities that are recognized around the world, Canada is a great option!  Six Canadian universities were ranked in the top 100 for the best universities in … Read more »

  • U.S.-China DealDecember 3, 2018

    Source: Canada US Link: U.S.-China Deal Over the weekend, President Trump announced a deal with China. The result is the 10% tariff imposed on goods on List 3 of Chinese made goods will remain in place for an additional 90 days rather than increase to 25% on January 1, 2019. The challenge is there w … Read more »

  • AllCleared and Legalline Announce Client Support PartnershipNovember 28, 2018

    Source: All Cleared Link: AllCleared and Legalline Announce Client Support Partnership Two award-winning nationwide legal support providers join forces to help free people from their past   VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA – 27 November 2018 – AllCleared (Formerly Pardon Services Canada), one of Canada’s oldes … Read more »

  • Maybe and Maybe Not – IOR ChallengesNovember 23, 2018

    Source: Canada US Link: Maybe and Maybe Not – IOR Challenges Originally published by the Journal of Commerce in November 2018 One of the many frustrations facing international traders trying to import goods into the U.S. is whether or not they will be accepted as importer of record by Customs and Bo … Read more »

  • Trading Goods: Ever More ComplicatedNovember 23, 2018

    Source: Canada US Link: Trading Goods: Ever More Complicated Originally published by the Journal of Commerce in October 2018 While a lot of well-deserved attention is being paid to the steel, aluminum and China tariffs, and the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, change is afoot in many other ways. Fo … Read more »