Worth 20 CCS CEUs, this the sixth and last course 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 5, for proper continuity. (See the syllabus for Part 5 for more information). This course begins with the methods of appraisement and valuation. Next we talk about additional requirements for entry transmittal, the ABI entry filing procedures and operational sequence to get ready for inputting the information to actually file the entry. Here we provide 6 case studies. Three are border shipments, two are air and one ocean. These case studies provide experience with obtaining information from sample documents, determining NAFTA, GSP, FDA, Bioterrorism, EPA, U.S. goods returned, MPF, HMF, entry type, importer of record, continuous vs. single entry bond, etc. Finally we address operational and customs requirements post entry to include re-forwarding, liquidation of the entry, accounting including billing the customer, and recordkeeping. U.S. import violations and enforcement measures will also be covered to reiterate the administrative and criminal sanctions that can result from import violations and the ability the broker has to help thwart terrorism, smuggling and fraud. For more information, click here.