NOTE: You will be prompted to Register if you have not already done so. If you already have a login, please click “Proceed to Enrollment” on the next screen.
This is a short course on the Manufacturer Identification codes (MIDs), which is used with government agencies such as the CBP in place of providing a manufacturer’s full name and address. It details when an MID is required, how it is created, and common errors to avoid.
Once you finish this course, a printable Certificate of Completion is available for download. The course can be completed in 2 hours or less.
|IB1u||US Customs Brokerage: Introduction|
|CB1u||Customs Brokerage Fundamentals: The Players, Functions and Business of a Customs Broker (Part 1)|
|CB2u||Customs Broker Transactions, Supervision and Work Flow (Part 2)|
|CB3u||Cargo Release Processing; Surety Bonds (Part 3)|
|CB4u||Documentation and Admissibility; Product Compliance and Marking Requirements (Part 4)|
|CB5u||Basic HTSUS Classification (Part 5)|
|CB6u||Transaction Value; ABI Entry Processing (Part 6)|
|CB10u||Customs Broker License Exam Preparation|
|CB11u||US Import & Classification Knowledge Assessment Tool|
|CB21u||The Lacey Act & ABI Processing|
|CB31u||Section 201 of the Trade Act of 1974|
|CB32u||Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962|
|CB33u||Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974|
|CB35u||Manufacturer Identification Code|
|C9801u||HTSUS9801 – Documenting & Classifying Goods Returned to the US|
For those who are already a Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) or a Certified Export Specialist (CES) registered with the NCBFAA, provide us with your CCS/CES ID number and you will automatically get continuing education credits upon the successful completion of a qualified course. To get your CE credits, follow these easy steps:
That’s it! Once you’re signed up, we’ll automatically send any CE credits you earn directly to the NCBFAA!