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US Customs and Border Protection

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I applied online. I interviewed at US Customs and Border Protection

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Structure Interview: get to the interview site at 8:30 AM and start around 10 o'clock. The interview measure your abilities to access different situations but I cannot tell you what they are, because I signed an agreement before the interview. Mostly measure your moral, ethical and common sense. So really nothing to study. But you can definitely read ahead about how law enforcement officers deal with things in certain situation. If you are a prior service in military, you'll probably ace these questions. We training to responds with these situations in Basic training, NCO academy and in BOLC. Remember that the first thing in every question to think about is safety of immediate factor.

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US Customs and Border Protection

Anonymous Employee in Miami, FL

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I applied online. The process took 12 months. I interviewed at US Customs and Border Protection (Miami, FL) in Apr 2017

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Panel interview that is recorded. They ask you questions of scenarios and you say what you would do in those different situations. They ask approximately 6-8 questions. After you finish the interview they took my biometrics.

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  • If you see one of your close co-workers is doing something they aren’t suppose to, how would you deal with this situation?
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