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CODE: 186.117-018Buy the DOT:Download
TITLE(s): CUSTOMS BROKER (financial) alternate titles: customs-house broker

Prepares and compiles documents required by federal government for discharge of foreign cargo at domestic port to serve as intermediary between importers, merchant shipping companies, airlines, railroads, trucking companies, pipeline operators, and the United States Customs Service: Prepares entry papers from shipper's invoice in accordance with U.S. Customs Service regulations, and regulations of other federal agencies bearing on importation of goods, such as Environmental Protection Agency and Food And Drug Administration. Files papers with Customs Service and arranges for payment of duties. Quotes duty rates on goods to be imported, based on knowledge of federal tariffs and excise taxes. Prepares papers for shippers desiring to appeal duty charges imposed by Customs Service. Provides for storage of imported goods and for transportation of imported goods from port to final destination. May register foreign ships with U.S. Coast Guard. Must be licensed by U.S. Treasury Department or operate under corporate license granted to employer by Treasury Department.
GOE: 11.04.04 STRENGTH: S GED: R5 M4 L5 SVP: 7 DLU: 89
ONET CROSSWALK: 21999H Customs Brokers

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CODE: 186.117-018 Buy the DOT:Download TITLE(s): CUSTOMS BROKER (financial) alternate titles: customs-house broker

Prepares and compiles documents required by federal government for discharge of foreign cargo at domestic port to serve as intermediary between importers, merchant shipping companies, airlines, railroads, trucking companies, pipeline operators, and the United States Customs Service: Prepares entry papers from shipper's invoice in accordance with U.S. Customs Service regulations, and regulations of other federal agencies bearing on importation of goods, such as Environmental Protection Agency and Food And Drug Administration. Files papers with Customs Service and arranges for payment of duties. Quotes duty rates on goods to be imported, based on knowledge of federal tariffs and excise taxes. Prepares papers for shippers desiring to appeal duty charges imposed by Customs Service. Provides for storage of imported goods and for transportation of imported goods from port to final destination. May register foreign ships with U.S. Coast Guard. Must be licensed by U.S. Treasury Department or operate under corporate license granted to employer by Treasury Department.
GOE: 11.04.04 STRENGTH: S GED: R5 M4 L5 SVP: 7 DLU: 89
ONET CROSSWALK: 21999H Customs Brokers


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