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July 29, 2007 

Next Customs Broker License Examination to be Held on October 1, 2007

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has announced that the next Customs Broker License Examination will be conducted on on October 1, 2007. Applications to take the exam must be received by CBP by August 31, 2007. Further details on the Customs Broker License Examination, including the application form and relevant reference materials, can be found here.

Let's hope that CBP issues the results of the October exam faster than they did with the April 2, 2007 exam. As previously reported, CBP announced in early May that the exam results would be delayed "due to extenuating circumstances" and finally issued the results in mid-June. CBP never disclosed the reason for the delay.

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