Worth 12.5 CCS CEUs, this the second of the six-part series of introductory courses in the practical work of U.S. customs brokerage work groups, and should be taken after completion of Intro to U.S. Customs Brokerage, Part 1, for proper continuity (See the syllabus for Part 1 for more information). This course delves deeper into operational aspects of customs brokerage, beginning with import carrier and importer responsibilities prior to arrival of a shipment to be imported. We next address starting a broker transaction and understanding the full range of possible customs entry procedures which may be used to meet a client's need. We conclude with how broker operations are typically organized and supervised, and the CBP requirement for "Responsible Supervision." For more information, click here.