This course qualifies for
8 CCS Credits
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What is a customs broker?
Customs brokers are private individuals, partnerships, associations or corporations licensed and regulated by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). They represent importers and exporters in meeting federal requirements governing imports and exports. Brokers submit necessary information and appropriate payments to CBP on behalf of their clients and charge them a fee for this service. Brokers must have expertise in entry procedures, admissibility requirements, classification, valuation and the rates of duty and applicable taxes and fees for imported merchandise. There are approximately 11,000 active licensed customs brokers in the United States. Individuals must take and pass the customs broker exam before they can apply to become licensed customs brokers. (CBP)
What is this class?
Each class focuses on a specific topic to help students prepare to pass the Customs Broker Exam followed by a study assignment. Topics always include classification, value, customs brokers and entry and often include bonds, country of origin marking, warehouses, penalties, free trade agreements and drawback. We add and revise materials as CBP’s emphasis changes over the years. During the last class session, students will take an in-class exam. We do this to provide the closest thing possible to a real-life exam experience.
What is the schedule for the class?
Upon submission of the contact form, there will be a link to download the full schedule. The course begins August 21st and wraps up on October 24th with the Customs Broker Examination. The course consists of 8 study assignments.
When is the exam?
Wednesday, October 24th 2018
Where & What times of day are classes held?
All classes will be available via pre-recorded webinars. A link to each webinar will be made available on corresponding day on the schedule students will be sent. It is students responsibility to ensure all sessions are completed.
How much does the class cost?
The fee for the class is $1,550 for first-time students. Students should fill in all the blanks on the online submission form even if they have attended class or contacted us before.
How do I register?
Please fill out the contact form above to register. A member of our team will work with you through the registration process.
What materials are required? Where do I get them? How much do they cost?
Star USA will provide you with all needed materials for this course including
- 19 CFR & HTSUS Section and Chapter Labels
- Welcome Letter
- Laminated Incoterms (R) sheet
- Laminated HTSUS Reference Guides
- Flash Drive with electronic copies of the HTS, Regulations, Introductory Course Materials, Test Binder Optional Materials
- Catalog Stand & Rings
- Printed Copy of the HTSUS
- Printed Copy of the Regulations
- Tab Inserts
- Study assignments
- Timed practice exam