International commerce is critical to America’s economy, and the entire world. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is tasked with keeping international trade safe and vibrant. CBP applies sophisticated technologies and highly trained personnel to help secure U.S. ports and borders and expedite trade. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigates violations of U.S. import and export laws to ensure national security, protect the public’s health and safety, and to stop predatory and illegal trade practices.
Office of Homeland Security Statistics Resources
- International Trade Intellectual Property Rights Seizures — This data table includes total intellectual property rights seizures made by U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations.
The following resources are not Office of Homeland Security Statistics products and may adhere to different data and reporting review processes.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
- Aggregate Trade Statistics — CBP provides trade data including revenue collection, trade remedies, and enforcement actions starting with Fiscal Year 2018.
- Trade and Travel Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report — CPB publishes an annual report that summarizes their trade and travel facilitation and enforcement efforts.
- Intellectual Property Rights Seizure Statistics — CBP provides annual reports (PDF) on intellectual property rights seizures starting with Fiscal Year 2003.
- Intellectual Property Rights Seizures Dashboard — CBP provides an interactive dashboard with data on seizures by trading partner, product, and mode of transportation.
- Commodity Status Reports — CBP provides commodity status reports and current and historic tariff preference levels.
- Quota Bulletins — CBP issues bulletins with trade quota information.
- Customs Rulings Online Search System — CBP provides a searchable database with customs rulings.
U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
- ICE Information Library — ICE provides an information library which includes fiscal year reports with aggregate statistics on intellectual property and illicit trade.
National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (DHS affiliated)
- National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center — The National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center, which coordinates with 25 federal and international government agencies, provides statistics on intellectual property theft and commercial fraud.