International Trade and Customs matters may be reviewed by three Federal Courts.
Court of International Trade
The Court of International Trade (CIT) is a full fledged Article III court comparable to a U.S. District Court. It has limited jurisdiction over International Trade and Customs matters. While the Court is located in New York City, it can hear cases anywhere in the United States.
Court of Appeals For The Federal Circuit
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) is a full fledged Federal Appellate Court. It considers appeals from a number of Federal Courts and Boards. It is the only appellate court to hear appeals from the CIT.
The Supreme Court
The United States Supreme Court is the Court of last resort. It receives appeals and writs of Certiorari from the CAFC. The Supreme Court rarely considers trade cases.