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I have completed a college program and have a diploma in Citizenship and Immigration Case Processing and Enforcement Services. On top of that i studied at University of Toronto for a year. I think I meet all the requirements. My college emphasized that without being advanced in French you won't be selected at all. How true is that? I've spoken to many CBSA officers and most of them told me that it is very tough to get in now adays and it way very different when they got in. But all of them were super positive and told me not to get discouraged. From recent observations, are all recent employees speak French? I have submitted my applicatiin anyway but this question really bothers me.
The french language is not e requirement, although bilingualism would improve your opportunities to be considered for a position at CBSA since many positions require French speaking individuals.
As per the education requirements, it is clearly stated that a Canadian High School Diploma is required. If this is not the case especially for individuals graduated outside Canada, then a University degree with its credentials assessed locally or a TWO-YEAR college diploma earned in Canada would be required.
Would love to be a CBSA Officer, but I'm not from Canada and I also didn't go to school inCanada. I also drop out of school a long time ago back in my country which is St Lucia. I also just passed my citizenship exam. So what's the possibility of me becoming a CBSA Officer?
It is possible for any Canadian Citizen. It does not matter where you were born or where you went to school as long as you can pass the required examinations required for the hiring process for this position.