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e-ALLEGATIONS
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Thank you for visiting the U.S. Customs and Border Protection e-Allegations portal. Here you can report on suspected violations of U.S. Customs Law and related illicit trade activities. In filing your allegations, please be as specific, detailed, and concise as possible to help expedite your complaint.
REPORT SUSPECTED CRIMINAL/ILLEGAL ACTIVITY This button is to be used for reporting criminal and illegal activities for referral to Homeland Security Investigations.
  • Immigration crime, human rights violations and human trafficking or smuggling
  • Smuggling of weapons, narcotics, or other contraband
  • Financial crimes, money laundering, bulk cash smuggling
  • Cybercrime, website fraud
  • International art and antiquity theft
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REPORT TRADE VIOLATIONS This button is to be used only to report illegal trade activity.
  • Intellectual Property Rights infringement
  • Textile or Free Trade Agreement violations
  • Health and Safety issues
  • Classification and Value violations
  • Forced Labor Violations

REPORT ENFORCE AND PROTECT ACT EVASION VIOLATIONS This category is for reporting allegations as to evasion of an antidumping or countervailing duty (AD/CVD) order. NON-EAPA allegations may be reported in the Report Trade Violations button above. Please review the EAPA allegation requirements and instructions. Enforce and Protect Act Allegation Instructions. Small business requests for assistance should be mailed to: eapallegations@cbp.dhs.gov

  • Meet the definition of an interested party as defined by statute
  • Provide a statutory description of covered merchandise and applicable AD/CVD order
  • Demonstrate that evasion of an AD/CVD order has occurred

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