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  • So I just got an email this morning and the reason I haven’t been refered to TSU is because my transcripts where no good. Luckily I just purchased them and sent them over with the quickness. Hopefully they receive them quick so I can move on to TSU

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    • raudy06
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      small little hiccup, you should be good brother.

    • LMC
      LMC commented
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      good thing is you were able to get the transcripts over to them quickly. did you have to provide transcripts for every school?

    • bonds525
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      LMC I did, I paid 20$ to rush it lol, better safe than sorry, I attached them when I first applied but I guess they weren’t good.

  • Originally posted by N.N. View Post
    Any other 18-5 peeps out there? Here is my most recent timeline update:

    CBPO 18-5 [Direct Hire] - Current CASS Progress: 50%

    Applied: Feb. 4, 2018
    Entrance Exam: Mar. 12, 2018
    Exam Notice of Results: Mar. 22, 2018 PASSED (scored 88)
    Tentative Selection Letter: April 9, 2018 (GS-07)
    e-QIP Submitted: April 12, 2018
    e-QIP Rejected: April 18, 2018 (corrected, re-submitted same day)
    Medical Exam: April 23, 2018
    PFT-1: April 23, 2018 - PASSED
    2nd e-Qip Rejection: May 3, 2018 (corrected, re-submitted same day)
    3rd e-Qip Rejection: May 8, 2018 (corrected, re-submitted same day)
    e-Qip Released to OPR: May 9, 2018 - PASSED
    Structured Interview: June 6, 2018
    SI NOR: June 7, 2018 - PASSED
    Request for Additional Medical Info: June 28th, 2018
    Fingerprint Card Request: July 11th, 2018, completed/submitted July 16th 2018
    Submitted Additional Medical Info: July 19th, 2018
    Medical Cleared: October 26, 2018
    Polygraph: Scheduled: March 8, 2019
    Background Investigation: In Progress
    Drug Test: In Progress
    Final Offer: Pending
    EOD: Pending
    FLETC: Pending

    Total Timeline Length to Date: 382 days

    N.N. This post legit put a smile on my face! haha Finally, right?
    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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    • N.N.
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      Aaronag12 man that’s crazy! May I ask, do you have what you’d consider a relatively complex background? i.e. maybe a military background that would include multiple addresses? It seems most people don’t take longer than 6 months for BI to clear.

    • Aaronag12
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      I do not. 3 addresses all within same city never in any legal trouble, even the investigator told me should get by fairly quickly. Called the hiring center and they just said I was still under review at opr

    • N.N.
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      Aaronag12 man, I’m sorry that’s been your experience bro. It really seems like the wait times for some of these steps are just random from person to person lol. I’ll be taking my poly over 9 months since my SI.

    • Hal29
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      Gotta get past the poly first. Don't get to far ahead of yourself.

  • I have my medical coming up. Can you guys give me an estimate of how long the medical exam was? few minutes, hours?

    would like to prepare my day accordingly.

    Thanks everybody!

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    • cbradshaw310
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      LMC it only took me 45 minutes to an hour once back there. I think I waited around 30 minutes beforehand, but it was because it was Christmas Eve and the urgent care was short staffed.

    • LMC
      LMC commented
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      cbradshaw310 thank you!!

  • Any dress code recommendations for the poly? I know they say to dress "comfortably" but also "professionally." At my current job, there's no dress code at all, so honestly anything more than jeans and a polo is a bit out of the norm for me lol.

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    • N.N.
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      CAL0231 thank you!

    • bonds525
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      I wore my
      College polo and some slacks with dress shoes

    • mobyfish
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      I showed up with sweat pants and a hoodie. I wanted to be as comfortable as possible.

    • Hopejoy
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      Deleted...
      Last edited by Hopejoy; 04-02-2019, 10:09 PM.

  • Some of these wait times I’m seeing on here are cringeworthy. They need to get some Army recruiters in there and they would be up to staffing in a year

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    • LMC
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      haha tell me about it. I just began my journey and reading this timelines makes me want to cry. ha!

    • pnw360
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      Army recruiters wouldn't be able to recruit enough people lol

  • Sooo i am 3 days away from my 1 year anniversary.....when i took my PFT........so there is that...
    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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    • sixfour
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      wow... What was the hold up with the medical, if you don't mind?

    • Luckyjack90
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      Have you tried calling a recruiter about the hold up?

    • d2ep
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      WOW?!!! Yet I remember asking you about SI and about PFT.

    • gaston
      gaston commented
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      Hold up for the medical was my eyesight. After my test, CBP wanted me to do a test with my own doctor. I sent that paperwork in. Then they needed more convincing about my eyes so i had to explain to them, via a letter, that i am able to work, operate etc with my current vision.

      I have sent an email to the recruiter and received the same generic response err'body seems to get. Which basically just "we working on it"

  • I did my medical back in December but still hasn’t been cleared. The nurse and the doctor said that my hearing and eyesight are perfect. I contacted cbp on why is taking so long and they said to me that have received my medical packet and that it will be reviewed in the order it arrives due to the large amount of applicant.

    My question how long it usually takes and how do you contact a recruiter?

    thanks

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    • David1984
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      Just checked my eas.medical.com account and it does say “further evaluation”. It’s pushing a little more than 12 weeks since I did my medical. I just hope that if they need any more documents that it doesn’t take 8 months to be contacted.

    • NYJRM10
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      It doesn't take 8 months to be "contacted". All we have are timelines posted to work off of. Based on what is posted, it looks to be about 12-16 weeks to be notified by MHC "if additional info is needed". Assuming you submit the info asap and it is approved, the total medical clearance turn-time, based on the small online sample size, appears to be 6-8 months in its entirety. Obviously YMMV.

    • douglasgene1
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      12/2017-06/2018 is when my medical was. Just sit back and wait, you're recruiter wont be able to tell you anything better. If they do they are like a military recruiter and is lying to you hahah

    • Anthony_525
      Anthony_525 commented
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      Everyone is different as you can see. Mine cleared in a week.

  • Hi everyone. this is my second time apply for this position. anyone here for 19-3?
    12-8: applied.
    1-12: entrance exam
    1-28: NOR passed
    2-12: NOR SI passed and physical passed
    currently: waiting nurses for reviewing my medical information from last application and waiting for another eyes exam because i did lasik back in dec.
    Last edited by standtheman; 02-27-2019, 02:35 PM.

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    • cbradshaw310
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      Hal29 Oh okay, sucks you've waited this long.. Did you get held up on something? I was just going by some email they sent me once my Eqip cleared. I assumed it wouldn't be done until my poly was done.. My husband has a higher clearance and I remember how long it took for everything with him(not as long as CBP seem to take though).

      The government does not get in a hurry. LOL

    • Hal29
      Hal29 commented
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      No I never got held up anywhere. They just take their time. It's hurry up and wait. Your equip is part of your bi. It goes to opr. But once you pass poly your equip gets kicked back out and then you meet an investigator and then it's wait time. There are a few 17 announcements waiting like me as well.

    • cbradshaw310
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      Such a delight. haha Nothing like waiting.. maybe you'll get through soon.

    • Evolution81
      Evolution81 commented
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      17/10 still waiting for bi to clear..hurry up and wait wait n wait...CBP def takes the longest out of any agency ..I've never had to wait for bi to clear to start working..always got a provisional

  • I just received the call to schedule my Polygraph! Sunday March 10th!
    Attached Files
    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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    • V_AntCBP
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      if I get scheduled for poly now, I will fly anywhere in the US, any day , any time for it... been waiting for 6.5 months now, so desperate man, screw current job lol Tremellio

    • Evolution81
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      I had mines on Sunday also

    • Hou33guy
      Hou33guy commented
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      What area code or number called

    • Tremellio
      Tremellio commented
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      V_AntCBP lol I feel that!! I had just passed the 6 month mark on the 15th lol

      Hou33guy it was a 803 number. Columbia, SC

      Evolution81 Yea. I was surprised they operated on Sundays.

  • At one point does your application show up on the CBP Jobs phone app? I see a lot of people talking about percentages of how far along they are. I assume it's the app they are looking at. I applied, took the test, and passed the test. USA Jobs shows my application as referred, but the CBP app doesn't show anything yet.

    Also, my girlfriend is trying to get into grad school at Salem State in Massachusetts. I applied for the Boston location in case she does get in. If she does get in, she would start late summer '19 there. With that said, am I able to apply for TSA while still in the hiring process for CBP? I imagine the process isn't as crazy as CBP so I could at least have my foot in the door while waiting. Or would it be best to find a job outside of DHS while I wait? Sorry for multiple questions!

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    • standtheman
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      you will receive another email and will states you are tentative selected with you app ID #.

    • rergang3
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      LMC standtheman Got it, thank you both!

    • V_AntCBP
      V_AntCBP commented
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      If you want to move to Boston, apply for TSA while waiting for CBP is fine... CBP process will be anywhere from 1-2+ years so... TSA process is totally different than CBP... faster and less stuff to do... training is also faster than CBP... if you need a job while waiting, apply for TSA is definitely a good option. rergang3

    • rergang3
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      V_AntCBP thanks for the advice! Greatly appreciate it!

  • If I pass the CBPO physical fitness test then apply for BPA, will I have to take the BPA fitness test as well? Or will they transfer the CBPO one over?
    18-2

    11/24/17: Applied
    12/15/17: NOR
    12/28/17: EQIP Submitted
    1/04/18: Medical
    1/30/18: Fitness - Passed
    2/07/18: E-QIP Rejected (Corrected, re-submitted same day)
    2/20/18: E-QIP released to OPR
    3/09/18: SI
    3/10/18: NOR SI - Passed
    4/17/18: Request for Additional Medical Info
    5/02/18: Additional Medical Info Submitted
    ~11/19/18: Medical Cleared
    4/08/19: Polygraph Scheduled - Inconclusive
    5/29/19: Polygraph Scheduled
    6/02/19: Polygraph Passed
    ???: Background - In Progress
    ???: Drug Test

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    • Hopejoy
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      You just have to do 5 extra setups and 8 extra pushups. The rest is the same.

    • N.N.
      N.N. commented
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      Hopejoy and the step for the step test is at 14" vs 12" for the CBPO test.

    • Hopejoy
      Hopejoy commented
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      N.N. that is correct.
      Last edited by Hopejoy; 02-27-2019, 04:09 PM.

    • douglasgene1
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      you will have to do a PFT for CBPO and PFT fpr BPA, I litterally took both at the same location. The people were confused, especially since i took the BPA one 1st.

      You will also do both Structured Interviews, 1 for CBP, 1 BPA. everything else will be the same (1 appointment for all)

  • Hello everybody!

    19-4 CBPO Here

    My current timeline:
    ​​​​​​1/28/2019 - Applied
    2/8/2019 - Exam
    2/11/2019 - NOR - Pass
    2/20/2019 - Structured Interview Setup
    2/25/2019 - Medical Exam Setup
    2/26/2019 - E-QIP BI Submitted

    Going through the process at a pretty decent pace. I have my SI coming up soon and was just hoping for some advice. Currently at the tsa and this has been posted around already but for their interview they use the STAR interview and I was just wondering if CBP uses the same format. On their website it states that it's situational so I'm hoping they provide examples where we're able to respond and say what we would do, opposed to the STAR interview where we're providing experiences of our own. Any advice helps!

    Thanks!

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    • V_AntCBP
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      We signed NDA so we can't say much... but CBPO SI is very easy... use common sense, the interviewers will rate you on seven competencies that are critical to success as a CBP Officer (i.e., Judgment and Decision-making, Interpersonal Skills, Emotional Maturity, Cooperativeness/Sensitivity to the Needs of Others, Teamwork, Flexibility, and Oral Communication). Be confident... you will be fine... vtruy

    • pnw360
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      Be confident and think before you answer, Know yourself

    • douglasgene1
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      CBPO was definitely the easiest (police) board i have ever done. Ive been to the board for State Troopers, County, City, BPA, and plenty for the military.

    • vtruy
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      Thank you everybody for the advice! I will update once I get through SI!

  • 19-5 here, applied 2/4 and got NOR and tentatively selected early this week as GL9. Also running through BP process simultaneously.

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    • 18-6

      Just waiting for my additional medical paperwork (submitted 7/23) and background (met with investigator 11/26, he submitted his paperwork 11/29) to clear.

      ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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      • sixfour
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        collapse Did you take the poly without the medical clearing first?
        Last edited by sixfour; 02-28-2019, 07:58 AM.

      • Hal29
        Hal29 commented
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        You met your investigator before your medical cleared? Weird.

      • collapse
        collapse commented
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        Hal29 I've been reading posts on this forum for a while and saw at least one other person in the same boat as me.

        I would really like to know what the actual order of how things are 'normally' suppose to go. I think 7+ months to clear medical is ridiculous. My investigator was able to knock out meetings with 4 people within 3 days, cool, but what is the hold up?

      • Evolution81
        Evolution81 commented
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        look at your CASS/CBP Jobs app that's the NORMAL process

    • 19-5 took the entrance exam and passed, no other email yet.

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      • nonotnow
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        Whats the entrance exam? 19-5 here and got a NOR tentative offer only.

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