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  • Been 2 months since I emailed further medical information for medical review. Can anyone comment on whether this is average, below average, etc, in the amount of time until a decision is made? Anyone with similar experience.

    Thanks
    18-3
    Apply-12/30/17
    Exam-1/9/2018
    NOR-1/24/18
    Tentative Selection Letter-2/8/18
    Eqip Submission-2/12/18
    Medical-2/20/18-
    PFFT-3/1
    Release EQIP to OPR-3/16/18
    SI-4/23/2018
    Passed SI-4/24/2018
    Request for more Medical Info-5/16/2018
    Emailed CBPMedical with more information-6/6/2018
    Passed Medical-11/1/2018

    CASS-50%

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    • cs333
      cs333 commented
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      Alexr3496 idk i was told until my med is cleared i won't be scheduled hopefully thats not the case

    • gaston
      gaston commented
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      All good information. I appreciate it. So i guess i will just hurry up and wait.

    • dawoobie
      dawoobie commented
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      I'm in the same boat as Alexr3496. Medical is still not cleared after submitting additional info the end of June. Have since taken and passed the poly, taken drug test, and recertified e-QIP.

    • Dcherise18088
      Dcherise18088 commented
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      Going on 13 weeks since submission for me.

  • My medical and everything else seemed to be going fast. I’m at a standstill since my poly cleared in may. I have heard from investigator once in June and told me it should be a few weeks until I heard from them. It’s been exactly 2 months since that I’m patiently waiting since then. Don’t know if it would be a good idea to send them an email or just keep waiting.

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    • I’m a ninja
      I’m a ninja commented
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      The second time I received an email from investigator I was told that I would be receiving a subject letter issuance soon. I replied to ask what that meant. And all they told me was to disregard that email. That email was meant for my adjudicator. That was the last time I heard from them since June. So have no idea what that means. Or if it’s good or bad.

    • I’m a ninja
      I’m a ninja commented
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      Anyone have a clue what that might mean ? Thanks

    • epesguerra
      epesguerra commented
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      More people are passing poly compared to 70% fail rate before, could be part of the reason investigators are backlogged.

    • I’m a ninja
      I’m a ninja commented
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      epesguerra. Yeah I can only imagine how many cases each investigator is assigned.

  • disregard this
    Last edited by DallyDallington; 08-13-2018, 09:34 AM.

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    • I asked this before but no reply, Renewal date of medical, is it the day of the exam or the day it was cleared? Mine took almost 10 months to clear from the exam date so I'm hoping I don't have to renew next month.
      17-9 GS7, Blaine
      Applied: 7/31/17
      Exam NOR: 8/21/17
      Medical: 9/21/17, More documents needed emailed 3/21/18
      Fitness: 9/28/17
      SI: 4/24/18
      Poly: 5/16/18 - Pass June 19
      Medical cleared: 7/26/18
      Reapplied 18-11 VRA selected for GS9
      BI:Found unsuitable 8/23/18
      Drug:??
      EOD:??

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      • JJ221
        JJ221 commented
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        I think you just have to sign a statement certifying that nothing has changed in your medical history

    • Hi guys, I have received the TSL today, as GS5, when I submitted the applicition, it showed that I'm qualified for Gs5 and GS7. Based on the TSL, does it mean they only consider me as GS5?
      Also, there is a category called "considered": CBP frontline hiring, what does this mean?

      Thank you you so much.

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      • Hal29
        Hal29 commented
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        If it is tel for gs5 and 7 and it shows both it means you qualified for both. That is what my recruiter told me. Because it is a posting for both. If it just gs5 then you would only qualify for that.

    • Originally posted by vik2500 View Post
      @n.n yes! Thanks!! This was 3 years in the making. I applied in 2015 but the polygraph kicked me out, I was applying for order patrol back then. My background is still being done, but I signed the provisional clearance form. So far I’ve seen my investigator twice this week & everything seems to be going smoothly
      Glad to hear that this worked out. I have been debating reapplying since it has been a few years since my horrible poly experience.

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      • goknights
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        I was very nervous for my polygraph since I read mostly about bad experiences other people had on this forum. However, my experience went well and my examminer was very professional. I’ve failed a polygraph in the past before but I ended up passing CBP’s. You got this, try not to let one bad experience hinder you from trying again.

    • Does anyone have a recruiter they're working with that you like/is helpful? Would you possibly be able to share their contact info?

      The recruiter I was working with seemed super helpful for the first week or so, she even helped get my medical rolling! But then she apparently fell off the face of the map and hasn't responded to any of my emails in almost 2 months... It's very frustrating..

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      • JJ221
        JJ221 commented
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        Dang, so no luck with the new one you were trying to contact?

      • N.N.
        N.N. commented
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        JJ221 unfortunately no. it's so hard to find ANYONE in CBP who's willing to help a new applicant. Or at the very least, not to ignore them.

      • JJ221
        JJ221 commented
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        I don't know if they'll be helpful, but I received the contact info for the Tucson recruiter at my SI. I'll message you the details (it's an actual email, not a mailbox like the one listed on CBP's recruiter contact list)

    • Just had my EQIP rejected for the second week in a row. Having to jump through hoops. I didn't know my mother and myself being born in Germany on a US Military base would make life so difficult. lol
      CBPO 18-11
      Preferred Duty Location: El Paso, TX
      5/04/18: Exam
      5/09/18: NOR
      6/29/18: Fitness Test
      6/29/18: Medical Evaluation
      7/02/18: Fitness Cleared
      7/05/18: Medical Cleared
      7/13/18: E-QIP Submitted
      8/07/18: E-QIP Rejected & Resubmitted (Added FS-545)
      8/13/18: E-QIP Rejected & Resubmitted (Added Documentation of Mother's Citizenship)
      8/15/18: E-QIP Released to OPR
      8/15/18: Structured Interview & Fingerprints
      3/10/19: Polygraph

      Drug Test: Pending

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      • Tremellio
        Tremellio commented
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        Dr.Andromeda right? lol.. New SI date is on Wednesday. Hoping for the Best!

      • DP23
        DP23 commented
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        I had my E-Qip rejected 3x's before it was sent to OPR so don't feel bad.

      • Tremellio
        Tremellio commented
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        DP23 Yep. Just a little hard trying to find the necessary documents in a time crunch. Anything through the consulate would take a month or two.

      • DP23
        DP23 commented
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        I understand, try to ask for an extension if you can.

    • Does anyone know there is a category on TSL called "considered": CBP frontline hiring, what does this mean?

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      • JJ221
        JJ221 commented
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        The only thing close to that on my TSL is "Considered For: CBP VRA Entry Level"

      • duocbpo
        duocbpo commented
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        JJ221 Thank you very much. Hmmmm...hopefully, someone has similar situation could help me with this.

      • JJ221
        JJ221 commented
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        duocbpo Maybe you could post a screenshot because that doesn't make sense. Otherwise, I don't think you'll get any help (you've already asked twice). I'm pretty sure what you're looking at on the TSL has zero significance - it just tells you which agency in the DHS you applied for
        Last edited by JJ221; 08-13-2018, 06:17 PM.

    • Anyone work or have any information for the port of Seattle? Is this ithe Seatac airport?
      17-9 GS7, Blaine
      Applied: 7/31/17
      Exam NOR: 8/21/17
      Medical: 9/21/17, More documents needed emailed 3/21/18
      Fitness: 9/28/17
      SI: 4/24/18
      Poly: 5/16/18 - Pass June 19
      Medical cleared: 7/26/18
      Reapplied 18-11 VRA selected for GS9
      BI:Found unsuitable 8/23/18
      Drug:??
      EOD:??

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      • cs333
        cs333 commented
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        epesguerra yes seatac airport does have a cbp if you go on the site and go to locate a port itll give you all the locations

    • Question for anyone, so my background has " progressed to the Personnel Security Process" portion of the investigation. Just wondering what this means, i figure it is a good update but more of the lines of what to expect now, thanks in advance.

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      • JJ221
        JJ221 commented
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        It means all the information on your e-QIP has been reviewed by OPR and they should assign a background investigator shortly

      • raudy06
        raudy06 commented
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        where did u see this? cass?

      • Six_Eight
        Six_Eight commented
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        I curious also, I received this email from my Case Manager several days ago but it didn't go into detail of what to expect next.

    • Anyone here doing direct hire gs9?

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      • N.N.
        N.N. commented
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        I’m Direct Hire, but GS7. I originally thought DH meant an expedited hiring process, but now being 7 months in and being only 38% complete, it’s quite clear all it means is you’re stuck with the Southern Border lol.

    • What's up everyone. So one of my references contacted me today. They live in the east coast and I've been living in Texas for a while now. So I'm figuring that caused a delay in my investigation. Anyways, they have an appointment with one of my investigators tomorrow. So now the ball is rolling. I'll keep everyone updated.

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      • DP23
        DP23 commented
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        All of my references are out of state so I wonder if that will slow/hinder my process. I guess we'll see when I cross that bridge, anyway that's positive news, best of luck.

      • goknights
        goknights commented
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        DP23 I think that depends on how much of a remote place your references live in. They would probably just assign multiple investigators to you. I have 3 investigators total. One of them is working in the Orlando area and the other two are working in South Florida. I do have work and school history in both areas though. I had one reference living in Kansas and they didn’t bother talking to him. Just got a reference from him for someone living in Orlando

      • DP23
        DP23 commented
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        My references are in Chicago & ATL. I also have lived in both places but now I'm in Arizona so I guess we'll see.

      • Hal29
        Hal29 commented
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        Well all my references are out of state. But the same state. The farthest northern corner of Rhode island.

    • Just got an email back from med review when i emailed them last month they said it could take up to 8 weeks and sometimes longer. Now this email said it could take up to 12 weeks and sometimes longer.

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      • N.N.
        N.N. commented
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        cs333 exactly, I don't understand why they can't give time estimates. If things really are reviewed "in the order they're received" (which I'm not 100% confident they are), they should be able to look up their filing system and easily see how many people are in front of you. Then it's simple math, if they look at an average of 5 people a day and there's 200 people in front of you, you're looking at 40 days. It's really not that hard, they just don't want to put the 30 seconds of work into it apparently...

      • Hal29
        Hal29 commented
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        I know mine took about 2 1/2 without medical issues.

      • Nycguy718
        Nycguy718 commented
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        Mine took about 3 or 4 months at most. Patience guys. If you keep emailing and going around your case manager, most likely they’ll just ignore you lol. It doesn’t work how or when you want it to.

      • OKCsparrow
        OKCsparrow commented
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        I've been waiting 15 weeks now

    • Okay guys, looked through some of the older thread posts but most of it seems to be out-dated. I'm an 18-7 applicant and still waiting to hear about my poly being scheduled. The Secret Service just scheduled my poly for the end of this month. I've heard from multiple sources that I can use the Secret Service poly and transfer it to my CBP application process. Does anyone have more information on this at all? It would be greatly appreciated.

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      • d2ep
        d2ep commented
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        Your best bet is to ask your case manager or someone in MHC. They will give you more accurate information. Good luck with the Poly.

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