Join ICPA and Global Partner Braumiller Law Group for an informative webinar on:

IMMEX a 2023 Review – What You Need to Know

Tuesday, September 26th, 2023 10:30 – 11:30 AM CST

(Q&A to follow)


Are you in an industry that is currently exploring manufacturing, transforming, or providing services in Mexico? Does the IMMEX acronym sound familiar?  Maybe you have done your initial research and have multiple questions that need answers from experts in Mexico regarding the subject matter. Perhaps from two attorneys in Mexico who have put together some of the largest IMMEX to date.

If so, then, this webinar is for you.

IMMEX is a federal government program for Mexican companies aimed at promoting foreign investment in Mexico. Generally, an IMMEX temporarily imports into Mexico materials, components, inputs, parts, etc., that undergo a production process for further export or return abroad. It may also import machinery, equipment and other assets necessary for such processes, including the administration of the program. IMMEX in relation to compliance may produce a reduction or saving of taxes and import duties, which, along with its proximity to the U.S. territory, make it very attractive to investors.

Nonetheless, controlling and managing an IMMEX is a complex task governed by a multitude of laws, decrees, rules, and other regulations. This makes compliance a real challenge for many. Therefore, constant training and education is a must.  During this webinar, the speakers will present information regarding customs regime, types of pedimentos, customs control for the temporary importation of goods, taxes, duties and fees, inventory control (Annex 24 and 30), VAT certification, notices from the government, USMCA article 2.5, ways to prevent or minimize sanctions and penalties, among other relative topics.

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Presenters will be Brenda Cordova, and Francisco De La Cruz, Braumiller Law Group’s Mexico Legal Counsel


Brenda Cordova

Brenda Cordova, Mexico Legal Counsel, Braumiller Law Group

Brenda Cordova leads the Mexico law practice for Braumiller Law Group, PLLC. She has been involved in Mexican Customs and trade matters since 1994.

Brenda has represented a wide range of multi-national and small companies, advising them on business matters in Mexico. She has helped these clients with their Customs and international trade law issues, and she is widely recognized as an expert in the following areas: classification ruling requests, labeling requirements, import/export procedures, AEO, free-trade agreements including NAFTA, certificates of origin, IMMEX, foreign investment, and incorporation procedures.

She has been a professor in Customs and trade law at the Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosi since 2001. She has also been a featured lecturer for a number of groups, including the International Compliance Professionals Association (ICPA), the Women in International Trade, the Small Business Development Center, the School of Foreign Trade at the Universidad Autonoma de San Luis Potosi, and the Masters of Foreign Trade at the Universidad del Valle de Mexico.  Read Brenda’s full bio here.


Francisco De La Cruz, Mexico Legal Counsel, Braumiller Law Group

Francisco graduated from the University of the State of Michoacan, has a Master’s Degree in Taxation and Administrative Law, a Specialization in Foreign Trade from the Virtual University of the Tax Administration Service, a Specialization in Foreign Language Teaching from the Pan-American University, a Degree in Tax Law from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM) and is an Interpreter-Translator (English-French-Spanish). He has more than 15 years of experience in the Mexican Federal Government as an auditor.

Francisco focuses his practice on foreign trade, customs valuation and originating goods. His vast experience also covers the execution and issuance of orders and legal support, the analysis of irregularities in foreign trade transactions and responsibilities related to audits, inspections, monitoring actions and origin verification.

Read Francisco’s full bio here.



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