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Customs Broker License Exam (CBLE)


Electronic withdrawal from the May 1, 2024 CBLE MUST be completed no later than 8:30 AM Eastern on Monday, April 29, 2024. Candidates who withdraw before this deadline are eligible for a refund of the examination fee. The refund will be processed within 45 days of May 1.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has contracted with the Human Research Organization (HumRRO) to help modernize the Customs Broker License Examination (CBLE).  HumRRO is seeking individuals who have taken the CBLE within the last five years, regardless of whether they are licensed customs brokers, to participate in information gathering.  See the Exam Modernization Focus Group brochure – external link -   

HumRRO is also seeking licensed customs brokers who are interested in participating in an interview or in writing questions for future CBLE administrations.  See the Customs broker writing and interview brochure – external link -  If you have any questions about these opportunities, please contact HumRRO at

The April 10, 2024 webinar for active registrants for the May 1, 2024 has been posted.  Here is a link to the webinar.  Recording link:

Please see the Broker Management Branch email from April 16, 2024 for the password and for a copy of the presentation slides.


Last Modified: Apr 29, 2024