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Title 19, Code of Federal Regulations & Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the U.S.

A Special Printing Price on the HTSUS & 19CFR's

The US Customs Broker Test is an open book test. This exam tests the applicant's knowledge and understanding of US Customs law and regulations as defined in the Code of Federal Regulations and the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States. Both of these publications (19CFR and HTS) are permitted reference material during the examination. They are not included in the price of the Logistics Training Systems Programs. All sales are final and all orders are subject to inventory availability.

We are pleased to announce a spiral bound LARGE PRINT - 8 1/2 x 11" - edition of the 19CFR for the October semester. While the large print is not as easy to handle as the regular - 6 x 9"- version of the 19CFR, it is easier to read. We used to recommend that the large print edition of the 19CFR be added to a 12“ catalog rack along with the HTS. However, both the HTS and the 19CFR have grown over the years, and together they will no longer fit on a 12" Catalog Rack. A large binder for the large print 19CFR is clumsy during the exam, so our solution is the three book spiral bound edition for anyone who might need a larger print edition of the 19CFR.

For the October 2019 Semester Student:

The 2019 HTS and the 2018 19CFR will be used for the October 2019 exam.

2018 Title 19, Code of Federal Regulations (19CFR) Parts 1 to the EnD - No Supplements - Spiral Bound - 6 X 9" Three books

  • 19CFR Bound Part 1 19CFR Bound Part 2 19CFR Bound Part 3
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    $166.00 - Currently Available

  • 19CFR (Current Issue)

    The Spiral Bound Edition of the 2018 19CFR

    Includes: (6 x 9") Spiral Bound: Parts 1-140, Parts 141-199, Parts 200 to the end

    Description: We print these books in a unique spiral binding. The April 2018 edition of the 19CFR, Parts 1-140, 141-199, Parts 200 to the end with no supplements, or 6 x 9" government sized version, is pictured on the left. This spiral binding makes the books easier to handle when studying, because they lay flat. This same feature also makes them easy to handle during the exam, by eliminating fumbling, as you are looking up an answer and trying to write at the same time! Since they are smaller than the large print they are easy to carry around and sit in your big comfy chair while you are studying. A big advantage!

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2018 TITLE 19, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS (19CFR) Parts 1 to the EnD - NO SUPPLEMENTS - Large Print - 8 1/2 X 11"- Spiral BOUND -Three books - Currently not Available until May 3, 2019

  • 19CFR Bound Part 1 19CFR Bound Part 2 19CFR Bound Part 3
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    $176.00 - Currently Available

  • 19CFR (Current Issue)

    The Spiral Bound Large Print edition of the 2018 19CFR

    Includes: (8.5 x 11") Spiral Bound: Parts 1-140, Parts 141-199, Parts 200 to the end

    Description: This is a large print format, spiral bound edition of the April 2018 19CFR edition. This is an exact copy of the "hard bound" static government version. Since CBP is using all three parts of the 19CFR, it will no longer fit on the 12 inch CATALOG RACK with your HTS. Because of the larger print size, this version is much easier to read. This version is printed on a heavy paper, so you can add notes, tab, highlight and underline. It is excellent for someone who has vision issues.

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The 2019 Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the U.S. (HTS) - NO Supplements - UNBOUND

  • Harmonized Tariff Schedule
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    $140.00 - Currently AVAILABLE

  • Unbound (Loose Leaf) 3 Hole Punched

    Description: The HTS is best used during the exam if you place it on a 12 " CATALOG RACK, as pictured. A catalog rack is just a metal stand that will hold the HTS upright for you. The HTS weights over 10 pounds and is almost four thousand pages. It is difficult to use in a binder. A catalog rack is not included with the HTS purchase. You can find catalog racks online by just putting - 12" CATALOG RACK - into your browser.

    The Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTS) is the primary resource for determining tariff classifications for goods imported into the United States. The U.S. Harmonized Tariff Schedule, classifies a good (assigns it a ten-digit tariff classification number) based on such things as its name, use, and/or the material used in its construction. The tariff schedule is divided into Chapters 1 through 99 plus numerous additional sections such as various appendices and indexes. Chapters are divided into a varying number of headings, and headings are divided into a varying number of subheadings. Raw materials or basic substances often appear in the early chapters and in earlier headings within a chapter, where highly processed goods and manufactured articles often appear in later chapters and headings. Agricultural products are generally provided for in chapters 1-24, for example, whereas vehicles, aircraft and vessels appear in chapters 86-89. There is no hard and fast rule, however. Toys, for example, appear in Chapter 95 and works of art are found in Chapter 97. You will need to know all of this for the upcoming exam!

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