Publications and forms
Due to COVID-19, the Customs Brokers Professional Examination scheduled on is postponed until further notice. No applications will be accepted at this time. Please continue to monitor this page for regular updates.
The Customs Brokers Licensing Regulations require any person intending to transact business as a customs broker or a qualified officer be a citizen or permanent resident of Canada.
The CBSA's Memorandum D1-8-3, Canada Border Services Agency Customs Brokers Professional Examination contains a list of other D-memoranda with details of suggested (but not limited to) areas of knowledge to be tested, and are provided to assist individuals to prepare for the exams.
For more information, please contact the Commercial Registration Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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