Rules and regulations in terms of customs broker licensing differs from country to country. In the US, one must pass strict regulations of the US Customs and Border Protection Agency, while those living in Canada must abide with the rules of the Canada Border Service Agency. There are also strict implementation of rules in Europe and the rest of the world. But one of the most common requirements for those who want to have a career in Customs Brokerage is to undergo proper custom broker training. This training allows you to gain valuable information about the trade and the rules

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