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Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Good News OFWs! Bureau of Customs Suspended The Implementation of CMO 04-2017 And CAO 05-2016- BOC


An unconfirmed report from UAE based news company The Filipino Times said that Commissioner Isidro S. Lapena has issued a directive suspending Customs Memorandum Order 04-2017, which imposes lengthy procedures on sending OFW balikbayan boxes. “In view of the valid issues raised by stakeholders...the implementation of CAO 05-2016 and CMO 04-2017 and the requirement of registration of deconsolidators are hereby suspended until March 21, 2018,” Lapeña quoted as saying.  Read: What You Need to know About The New Regulation Regarding the Balikbayan Box Sponsored Links  According to the report, Lapena’s directive also formed a team and directed to come up with proposed changes to Customs Administrative Order 05-2016 (CAO 05-2016) and to amend it in accordance with what the stakeholders suggested, indicating that the controversial policy may yet be watered down due to concerns raised by concerned sectors– from OFWs to forwarders and deconsolidators.   The CAO 05-2016 seek to impose stricter procedures on shipping balikbayan boxes; CMO 04-2017 is its implementing guidelines which caused to agitate the OFWs who countered that BOC should go after big time smugglers instead and not their hard-earned balikbayan boxes.  Source: The Filipino Times   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF AR

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 A new rule that is set to be implemented starting August 1, 2017 has been suspended according to a report.
An unconfirmed report from UAE based news company, The Filipino Times, said that Commissioner Isidro S. Lapeña has issued a directive suspending Customs Memorandum Order 04-2017, which imposes lengthy procedures on sending OFW balikbayan boxes.

“In view of the valid issues raised by stakeholders...the implementation of CAO 05-2016 and CMO 04-2017 and the requirement of registration of deconsolidators are hereby suspended until March 31, 2018,” Lapeña quoted as saying.

An unconfirmed report from UAE based news company The Filipino Times said that Commissioner Isidro S. Lapena has issued a directive suspending Customs Memorandum Order 04-2017, which imposes lengthy procedures on sending OFW balikbayan boxes. “In view of the valid issues raised by stakeholders...the implementation of CAO 05-2016 and CMO 04-2017 and the requirement of registration of deconsolidators are hereby suspended until March 21, 2018,” Lapeña quoted as saying.  Read: What You Need to know About The New Regulation Regarding the Balikbayan Box Sponsored Links  According to the report, Lapena’s directive also formed a team and directed to come up with proposed changes to Customs Administrative Order 05-2016 (CAO 05-2016) and to amend it in accordance with what the stakeholders suggested, indicating that the controversial policy may yet be watered down due to concerns raised by concerned sectors– from OFWs to forwarders and deconsolidators.   The CAO 05-2016 seek to impose stricter procedures on shipping balikbayan boxes; CMO 04-2017 is its implementing guidelines which caused to agitate the OFWs who countered that BOC should go after big time smugglers instead and not their hard-earned balikbayan boxes.  Source: The Filipino Times   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF AR


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According to the report, Lapena’s directive also formed a team and directed to come up with proposed changes to Customs Administrative Order 05-2016 (CAO 05-2016) and to amend it in accordance with what the stakeholders has suggested, indicating that the controversial policy may yet be watered down due to concerns raised by concerned sectors– from OFWs to forwarders and deconsolidators.


The CAO 05-2016 seek to impose stricter procedures on shipping balikbayan boxes; CMO 04-2017 is its implementing guidelines which caused to agitate the OFWs who countered that BOC should go after big time smugglers instead and not their hard-earned balikbayan boxes.

However, we asked a confirmation to the official social media page of the BOC and they said that the memorandum suspending CMO 04-2017 is not yet issued but they will provide updates regarding the matter.
An unconfirmed report from UAE based news company The Filipino Times said that Commissioner Isidro S. Lapena has issued a directive suspending Customs Memorandum Order 04-2017, which imposes lengthy procedures on sending OFW balikbayan boxes. “In view of the valid issues raised by stakeholders...the implementation of CAO 05-2016 and CMO 04-2017 and the requirement of registration of deconsolidators are hereby suspended until March 21, 2018,” Lapeña quoted as saying.  Read: What You Need to know About The New Regulation Regarding the Balikbayan Box Sponsored Links  According to the report, Lapena’s directive also formed a team and directed to come up with proposed changes to Customs Administrative Order 05-2016 (CAO 05-2016) and to amend it in accordance with what the stakeholders suggested, indicating that the controversial policy may yet be watered down due to concerns raised by concerned sectors– from OFWs to forwarders and deconsolidators.   The CAO 05-2016 seek to impose stricter procedures on shipping balikbayan boxes; CMO 04-2017 is its implementing guidelines which caused to agitate the OFWs who countered that BOC should go after big time smugglers instead and not their hard-earned balikbayan boxes.  Source: The Filipino Times   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF AR
UPDATE: The SUSPENSION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CAO 05-2016 ON "CONSOLIDATED SHIPMENT OF DUTY AND TAX-FREE BALIKBAYAN BOXES" AND CMO 04-2017 "GUIDELINES THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER (CAO) NO. 05-2016 ON CONSOLIDATED SHIPMENT OF DUTY AND TAX-FREE BAUKBAYAN BOXES WITH REVISED INFORMATION SHEET" is now in effect.
 A new rule that is set to be implemented starting August 1,2017 has been suspended according to a report. An unconfirmed report from UAE based news company, The Filipino Times, said that Commissioner Isidro S. Lapeña has issued a directive suspending Customs Memorandum Order 04-2017, which imposes lengthy procedures on sending OFW balikbayan boxes. “In view of the valid issues raised by stakeholders...the implementation of CAO 05-2016 and CMO 04-2017 and the requirement of registration of deconsolidators are hereby suspended until March 21, 2018,” Lapeña quoted as saying.  An unconfirmed report from UAE based news company The Filipino Times said that Commissioner Isidro S. Lapena has issued a directive suspending Customs Memorandum Order 04-2017, which imposes lengthy procedures on sending OFW balikbayan boxes. “In view of the valid issues raised by stakeholders...the implementation of CAO 05-2016 and CMO 04-2017 and the requirement of registration of deconsolidators are hereby suspended until March 21, 2018,” Lapeña quoted as saying.  Read: What You Need to know About The New Regulation Regarding the Balikbayan Box Sponsored Links  According to the report, Lapena’s directive also formed a team and directed to come up with proposed changes to Customs Administrative Order 05-2016 (CAO 05-2016) and to amend it in accordance with what the stakeholders suggested, indicating that the controversial policy may yet be watered down due to concerns raised by concerned sectors– from OFWs to forwarders and deconsolidators.   The CAO 05-2016 seek to impose stricter procedures on shipping balikbayan boxes; CMO 04-2017 is its implementing guidelines which caused to agitate the OFWs who countered that BOC should go after big time smugglers instead and not their hard-earned balikbayan boxes.  Source: The Filipino Times   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF AR Read: What You Need to know About The New Regulation Regarding the Balikbayan Box Sponsored Links  According to the report, Lapena’s directive also formed a team and directed to come up with proposed changes to Customs Administrative Order 05-2016 (CAO 05-2016) and to amend it in accordance with what the stakeholders has suggested, indicating that the controversial policy may yet be watered down due to concerns raised by concerned sectors– from OFWs to forwarders and deconsolidators.    The CAO 05-2016 seek to impose stricter procedures on shipping balikbayan boxes; CMO 04-2017 is its implementing guidelines which caused to agitate the OFWs who countered that BOC should go after big time smugglers instead and not their hard-earned balikbayan boxes. However, we asked a confirmation to the official social media page of the BOC and they said that the memorandum suspending CMO 04-2017 is not yet issued but they will provide updates regarding the matter. An unconfirmed report from UAE based news company The Filipino Times said that Commissioner Isidro S. Lapena has issued a directive suspending Customs Memorandum Order 04-2017, which imposes lengthy procedures on sending OFW balikbayan boxes. “In view of the valid issues raised by stakeholders...the implementation of CAO 05-2016 and CMO 04-2017 and the requirement of registration of deconsolidators are hereby suspended until March 21, 2018,” Lapeña quoted as saying.  Read: What You Need to know About The New Regulation Regarding the Balikbayan Box Sponsored Links  According to the report, Lapena’s directive also formed a team and directed to come up with proposed changes to Customs Administrative Order 05-2016 (CAO 05-2016) and to amend it in accordance with what the stakeholders suggested, indicating that the controversial policy may yet be watered down due to concerns raised by concerned sectors– from OFWs to forwarders and deconsolidators.   The CAO 05-2016 seek to impose stricter procedures on shipping balikbayan boxes; CMO 04-2017 is its implementing guidelines which caused to agitate the OFWs who countered that BOC should go after big time smugglers instead and not their hard-earned balikbayan boxes.  Source: The Filipino Times   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF AR UPDATE: The SUSPENSION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CAO 05-2016 ON "CONSOLIDATED SHIPMENT OF DUTY AND TAX-FREE BALIKBAYAN BOXES" AND CMO 04-2017 "GUIDELINES THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER (CAO) NO. 05-2016 ON CONSOLIDATED SHIPMENT OF DUTY AND TAX-FREE BAUKBAYAN BOXES WITH REVISED INFORMATION SHEET" is now in effect.   Source: The Filipino Times An unconfirmed report from UAE based news company The Filipino Times said that Commissioner Isidro S. Lapena has issued a directive suspending Customs Memorandum Order 04-2017, which imposes lengthy procedures on sending OFW balikbayan boxes. “In view of the valid issues raised by stakeholders...the implementation of CAO 05-2016 and CMO 04-2017 and the requirement of registration of deconsolidators are hereby suspended until March 21, 2018,” Lapeña quoted as saying.  Read: What You Need to know About The New Regulation Regarding the Balikbayan Box Sponsored Links  According to the report, Lapena’s directive also formed a team and directed to come up with proposed changes to Customs Administrative Order 05-2016 (CAO 05-2016) and to amend it in accordance with what the stakeholders suggested, indicating that the controversial policy may yet be watered down due to concerns raised by concerned sectors– from OFWs to forwarders and deconsolidators.   The CAO 05-2016 seek to impose stricter procedures on shipping balikbayan boxes; CMO 04-2017 is its implementing guidelines which caused to agitate the OFWs who countered that BOC should go after big time smugglers instead and not their hard-earned balikbayan boxes.  Source: The Filipino Times   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF AR   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Source: The Filipino Times
An unconfirmed report from UAE based news company The Filipino Times said that Commissioner Isidro S. Lapena has issued a directive suspending Customs Memorandum Order 04-2017, which imposes lengthy procedures on sending OFW balikbayan boxes. “In view of the valid issues raised by stakeholders...the implementation of CAO 05-2016 and CMO 04-2017 and the requirement of registration of deconsolidators are hereby suspended until March 21, 2018,” Lapeña quoted as saying.  Read: What You Need to know About The New Regulation Regarding the Balikbayan Box Sponsored Links  According to the report, Lapena’s directive also formed a team and directed to come up with proposed changes to Customs Administrative Order 05-2016 (CAO 05-2016) and to amend it in accordance with what the stakeholders suggested, indicating that the controversial policy may yet be watered down due to concerns raised by concerned sectors– from OFWs to forwarders and deconsolidators.   The CAO 05-2016 seek to impose stricter procedures on shipping balikbayan boxes; CMO 04-2017 is its implementing guidelines which caused to agitate the OFWs who countered that BOC should go after big time smugglers instead and not their hard-earned balikbayan boxes.  Source: The Filipino Times   Advertisement Read More:       ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO www.jbsolis.com SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF AR

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