Introduction to U.S. Customs Brokerage, Part 7

Course Lessons: 9
Learner Hours: 4.5

This course addresses a general overview of each trade agreement and the supporting documentation required. Customs Brokers must learn how to properly recognize and assess whether special treatment is in order based on the country of origin and understand when to question the information.

Course Overview

“This is the seventh of the nine-part series of introductory courses in the practical work of U.S. customs brokerage. This course is designed to give a general overview of each trade agreement and the supporting documentation required. Customs Brokers must learn how to properly recognize and assess whether special treatment is in order based on the country of origin and understand when to question the information. Customs brokers must also understand the ramifications of incorrect processing.

Important: This course can be taken out of sequence if so desired.

Note: The actual processing of a customs entry is covered in Part 9 of this introductory course series.”