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  • Anyone ever hear of this.... My boss applied a year ago same as me, well I had my poly four months ago and passed.... Then they called me to set up background investigation and I met with the investigator etc.... My boss got his poly, then a week later he got his drug test and passed and they already called him offered him. The job and start date.... He never even met with background investigator.???? WTF lol

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    • Hal29
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      He got a provisional and you did not.

    • Talonderiel
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      spd2008, it happens if they already have a TS clearance or get granted a provisional based on their eQIP and initial running of background. He'll still end up meeting with them before he goes to the academy.

  • He's already a GS9 and I'm a 7 so I think that has part of it

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    • raudy06
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      reason why he probably got the provisional and went ahead on all that.

  • Also I picked the provisional because I know I don't have a background... So I agree, they gave it to him prolly because Hwa already a 9 I think.

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    • Hal29
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      What you mean? Everyone has a background. It's more than just criminal. Residents, credit, job history, references. Everyone has a background.

    • Dodge_Guy19-4
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      Last edited by Dodge_Guy19-4; 12-23-2019, 05:50 PM.

  • Well I am meaning I have never been arrested... Have good credit, stable work history etc....

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    • BowMan2006
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      Its a set criteria to be eligible but I am pretty sure they have final say even if you meet the low risk factor. Think of it as a positive thing for yourself. If something comes up in your background you still have a job. If the background comes back negative for your boss hes out of a job.

  • Hello everyone; I applied for JA: CBPO 18-11 back on July 2018. I received my last update on July 23rd, 2019 saying that I was at the end of the hiring process. "Applicant BI is now @ IA Intake, waiting for the NAC (National Agency Check). Any idea how long that takes? Its been over a year since I applied and it just seems that the process is moving very slow.

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    • Tropictac
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      It's different for everyone.

    • Lapantoja11
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      Im on the same boat, im at 63% same announcement.

    • V_AntCBP
      V_AntCBP commented
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      I applied in May 2018, 18-8, and still haven't met investigator yet, you were not moving slow. Issy2K everyone timeline is different, from what I've been reading, your process is moving faster than average. You are approaching the end... be patient....

    • Eann86
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      I am 18-11 too and met with my BI last month, July15th. Received a similar email on 7.25, but haven't heard anything since 8.2 ( BI met with reference and was interviewed.) The whole process has been a hurry up and wait kind of thing, but I know being so close to the end is hard to be patient. Sorry I cant help you much, but seems we are in the same boat. Good luck!

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    Last edited by Albax0385; 08-14-2019, 08:39 PM.

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    • Originally posted by Lapantoja11 View Post
      Im on the same boat, im at 63% same announcement.
      Yeah Same here!! Been on 63% for the last 2 months. I keep working out to be on my best shape if I receive an offer. Good Luck to you...

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      • Lapantoja11
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        I been waiting since march and yes mee too

      • Tropictac
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        19-3 VRA GS9 and I'm also in the 63% club! I met the BI Investigator in June. I got clarification phone calls in July 19. Hopefully I will know something before Oct.

    • Originally posted by Rmalard View Post
      Running shoes, boots that can take a polish, black tee shirts. Really about all you need besides things you would take for any trip. Im about 3 weeks from graduation if you have any other questions
      Any input of physical activity? Alot of running? What about academics? I appreciate the help.

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      • Lapantoja11
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        Following, interested on same topics

    • Hal29 a what?

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      • Hal29 a what?

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        • Hal29 oh, he was referring to the new guy

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          • Hal29
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            Being bored allows people to ask a lot of questions....lol. the boot officer. Maybe me being tired. I was like what the hell kind of position is that.

          • Talonderiel
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            Hal29, Krash777 ... yeah, "boot" is a common military term for the "new guy." Back when there was spit shines on boots (thank you suede!) a boot was distinguished because of their highly polished, not scuffed boots. They hadn't done any "real work" yet. :P

            I know the LEO version is a "Probie" short for an Officer still in their "probation" period. Or "rookie" lol

        • Talonderiel good luck working those shifts, they have premium pay and are less busy. Day shift for the most part I’ve heard is the shift nobody wants.

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          • merlin436
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            That really depends on the people and the port.

          • Talonderiel
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            Krash777, well guess maybe I won't be a vampire much longer then! lol I'm used to the hospital schedules where even though nights and weekends get you more money.... the senior employees prefer the day schedules that allow for family events or enjoyment of nights/weekends off.

            I'm prepared to work the undesirable shifts. They tend to be more fun anyways :P

        • Originally posted by Tropictac View Post
          19-3 VRA GS9 and I'm also in the 63% club! I met the BI Investigator in June. I got clarification phone calls in July 19. Hopefully I will know something before Oct.
          Good luck to you. You never know, we all might end up in the same class. Lol

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          • 18-8,
            Updated Eqip released to OPR.
            How long before background investigator contacted references and scheduled a meeting with me ? Anyone been thru this, please provide input. I know everyone is different. Just trying to have an idea. Thanks
            Last edited by V_AntCBP; 08-15-2019, 09:59 AM.

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            • Hal29
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              4 weeks or so.

            • V_AntCBP
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              Thanks guys, I estimated I would be contacted within 1 month also, they will start talking to my references, employer, and meet me. After they come, I bet my job environment will be weird as heck. Bosses and coworkers will know I'm quitting.. Idk, I hope they finish the background fast after that, not dragging 6-8 months like some people so I can get the f out.
              Anybody experienced changing at workplace after investigator came? How you dealt with it?

            • Hal29
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              At first it was awkward. But it fades.

            • Lapantoja11
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              Yes, you have to send an email in order for them to add your new employer.

          • Do they do residency visits/checks? Just seen some govt agents in my neighborhood for the first time ever. If not someone’s in big trouble lol

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            • ES90
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              Chances are your BI doesn't work for CBP or even DHS. They're usually a third party contractor. Yes, they may come to your residence. Mine came to my apartment once on short notice when we couldn't go anywhere public.

            • Hal29
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              My bi investigator is contacted through dhs. Had a dhs badge but was contracted.

            • Talonderiel
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              xknuckles, Mine came and spoke with several neighbors over a day or two. Thankfully I was out on military orders for the week. But my neighbors let me know he came by. He also went to my work and visited my references at a local PD.

            • I’m a ninja
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              Talonderiel lol. Well now everyone at your job knows you want to leave lol. How awkward that might be from now on.

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