The priority of the CBP is preventing terrorists and terrorist weapons from entering the US, as well as preventing illegal access and seizing drugs.
Duties of a Customs and Border Protection Office include line watch, sign cutting, traffic checkpoints, transportation checks, as well as marine, horse, and bike patrol.
The application process is rigorous to ensure that people who apply to become a CBP Officer meet the stringent education and experience requirements.
To become a CBPO, the process is as follows:
Random Drug Test
What is the CBP Officer examination test?
The CBP Officer Entrance Examination is a test that is given after the initial application. It is a lengthy examination that takes place in a test center with an official proctor, and it is computer-based.
Once your initial application has been received and reviewed, you will be invited to choose a local test center and time for your test via an email link.
When you attend the test center, it is a good idea to arrive at least 15 minutes before your test time to ensure that you have enough time to get registered. You will need to bring the confirmation email as well as the appropriate ID.
You will not be allowed to bring any personal items into the test center, and the proctor will provide you with scratch paper and a pencil, as well as a calculator.