The ITC is not involved in the distribution of assessed duties. Customs will be happy to help you with the certification process. They can be contacted at email@example.com.
The CDSOA /Byrd Amendment does not allow firms to be included on the list of affected domestic producers unless they expressed support for the petition during the original investigation.
If the petition was filed on behalf of the association "and its members" and those members supporting the petition were identified therein, they will be included on any list of affected domestic producers that is forwarded to Customs. However, if the petition was filed on behalf of the association only, individual members will not be included on any list that the ITC sends to Customs unless those firms separately indicate their support for the petition by letter or questionnaire response. Members of an association that are not identified in the petition as supporters of the petition may also petition Customs for inclusion on Customs' list of potentially eligible domestic producers pursuant to their regulations. For further information, contact Customs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First, photocopy the front page of your producers' questionnaire from the original investigation that your firm submitted to the Commission during that investigation and the page indicating your support of the petition (generally the second page). Include the copied pages as an attachment to a letter addressed to: Marilyn Abbott, Secretary , U.S. International Trade Commission, 500 E Street, SW, Washington , DC 20436 . Your letter should include a request that your firm be included in the list of affected domestic producers for the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000 for the investigation in question (identify ITC investigation number(s) and product), and state that you are waiving confidential treatment of your questionnaire response with respect to support for the petition.
A sample form request letter can be accessed by clicking here.
In order to find previous request letters submitted by firms, you may browse our electronic document information system (EDIS) at https://edis.usitc.gov/hvweb//; click on public access and then on search/retrieval; under area of interest select Byrd Amendment and under document type select request letters; click search to view listing of request letters.
CDSOA, otherwise known as the Byrd Amendment, was passed on October 28, 2000 and was repealed effective October 1, 2007. The provisions of this act allow for anti-dumping and countervailing (AD/CV) duties collected by CBP to be disbursed to domestic producers injured by foreign dumping and subsidies. Per the repeal, AD/CV duties collected on entries made prior to October 1, 2007 are still eligible for CDSOA at liquidation.
Same answer as above.
Support for the petition during the original investigation can be documented by either a response to the ITC questionnaire that you submitted during the original investigation or by a letter of support that you submitted to the ITC in the original investigation. If you submitted neither during the original investigation, the CDSOA /Byrd Amendment does not allow you to be included on the list. Please note that questionnaire responses must be submitted by the return date specified in the questionnaire and letters of support for the petition must be submitted by the date specified in the scheduling notice for the final phase of the original investigation (this date coincides with the deadline for posthearing briefs).
The ITC may only list a firm's name as it appeared in the original investigation. Customs administers the CDSOA /Byrd Amendment law and may recognize name changes and successor firms in some cases. Customs may be contacted at email@example.com.