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  • Well heres my problem when I applied I use the email from school. One day it stop working, just two days ago I called Minneapolis Hiring Center
    Customs & Border Protection and change my email. Few hours later I received NORs which i got a 91.

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    • any advices for the oral board interview?
      "Preparation + Opportunity = Success"


      BOA
      11/23/11 Written Exam: 96
      04/05/12 TSL1
      05/07/12 PFT1: passed
      05/30/12 SI: Passed
      06/08/12 TSL2
      08/15/12 Pre-employment forms completed: GL-5

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      • Originally posted by k9_6192012 View Post
        any advices for the oral board interview?
        Think everything through before answering, be calm, wear a suit
        ICE IEA
        May 2009 - Register for IEA exam
        June (6/05/09) - Take IEA exam
        July (7/20/09) - NOR
        August (8/17/09) - TO
        September (9/30/09) - Medical/Fitness Test
        October (10/01/09) - Drug Test
        March '10 - Cleared Medical
        Feb 3, '11 - Interview - Passed

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        • Has anyone had any semi major medical issues while they were in the process. Like a broken bone that's supposed to take 6-8 weeks to heal?

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          • Hey does anyone know how to see if they started the background process? I had to resubmit my eqip yesterday so i was wondering if they started it. Not the CASS system either because its been "in the security office" since May. Maybe see if credits been checked or something along those lines.

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            • Mine has been pending since October, you still have a lot of waiting to do. One way to see if credit was checked is to check your credit reports and see if there have been any recent inquiries. Expect to wait 6-9 months

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              • When will there be another BPA hiring Announcement?
                GEO: SWB
                TSL 1 & 2: 4/5/13 & 5/1/13
                Medical & PFT-1: 4/17/13 Passed
                VBT/SI: 6/17/13 Passed
                Qual: (GS-5) Cleared
                Drug Test: Pending
                BI: In security office
                Poly: Pending
                TSU: Pending

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                • Originally posted by BPAHelibs22 View Post
                  When will there be another BPA hiring Announcement?

                  i read in delphi forums someone saying there may be an announcement sometime this summer. doesn't make anything easy for me since i got no tsl
                  BPA( California)

                  NOR 75( no clue why am i stuck in the 70's) 9/2011

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                  • Hi, I'm in the process for BP and passed the test with an score of 80... I don't care area or location... I picked West Texas/New Mexico. But been waiting a long time already and nothing. Can somebody tell me what area can I choose at this time that could get me in faster???

                    Any info will be appreciated.

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                    • Originally posted by fedleo1 View Post
                      Hi, I'm in the process for BP and passed the test with an score of 80... I don't care area or location... I picked West Texas/New Mexico. But been waiting a long time already and nothing. Can somebody tell me what area can I choose at this time that could get me in faster???

                      Any info will be appreciated.
                      Your score dictates when you will receive a TSL and being an 80 it's going to take a while. Hiring has slowed and you need to have a lot of patients in this process, I'm on month 21 in the process and when I applied they said it could take 6-9 months.
                      BPA -
                      Applied--8/01/10 Exam--8/30/10 NOR-9/01/10 (105) TSL-9/15/10 TSL2-10/14/10 OB--11/30/10 Med/PFT--03/09/11 Drug Test--3/29/11 --E-QIP update-4/12/2011- BI Interview---6/20/11 POLY--11/22/11 PASSED
                      TSU---12-12-2011 5-2-2012 EOD---6-11-2012

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                      • what does the background investigation include?
                        "Preparation + Opportunity = Success"


                        BOA
                        11/23/11 Written Exam: 96
                        04/05/12 TSL1
                        05/07/12 PFT1: passed
                        05/30/12 SI: Passed
                        06/08/12 TSL2
                        08/15/12 Pre-employment forms completed: GL-5

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                        • SSBI

                          SINGLE SCOPE BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION

                          COMPONENTS OF AN SSBI:

                          Completion of Forms
                          Completion of Standard Form 86, including applicable releases and supporting documentation.

                          Scope
                          Past ten (10) years. If the applicant is under 28 years of age, back to the 18th birthday or two years, whichever is longer.

                          National Agency Check
                          Completion of a National Agency Check (on the applicant).

                          National Agency Check for the Spouse or Cohabitant (if applicable)
                          Completion of a National Agency Check, without fingerprint cards, for the spouse or cohabitant.

                          Birth
                          Corroboration of date and place of birth through a check of appropriate documentation and a check of Bureau of Vital Statistics records when any discrepancy is found to exist.

                          Citizenship
                          For individuals born outside the United States, verification of US citizenship directly from the appropriate registration authority; verification of US citizenship or legal status of foreign-born immediate family members (spouse, cohabitant, father, mother, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters).

                          Education
                          Corroboration of most recent or most significant claimed attendance, degree, or diploma. Interviews of appropriate educational sources if education is a primary activity of the Subject during the most recent three years.

                          Employment
                          Verification of all employments for the past seven years; personal interviews of sources (supervisors, coworkers, or both) for each employment of six months or more; corroboration through records or sources of all periods of unemployment exceeding sixty days; verification of all prior federal and military service, including discharge type. For military members, all service within one branch of the armed forces will be considered as one employment, regardless of assignments.

                          References
                          References: four references, of whom at least two are developed; to the extent practicable, all should have social knowledge of the Subject and collectively span at least the last seven years.

                          Former Spouse
                          An interview of any former spouse divorced within the last ten years.

                          Neighborhoods
                          Confirmation of all residences for the last three years through appropriate interviews with neighbors and through records reviews.

                          Financial Review
                          Verification of the Subject's financial status, including credit bureau checks covering all locations where Subject has resided, been employed, and/or attended school for six months or more for the last seven years.

                          Local Agency Checks
                          A check of appropriate criminal history records covering all locations where, for the last ten years, the Subject has resided, been employed, and/or attended school for six months or more, including current residence regardless of duration. (NOTE: If no residence, employment or education exceeds six months, local agency checks should be performed as deemed appropriate.)

                          Public Records
                          Verification of divorces, bankruptcies, and other court actions, whether civil or criminal, involving the Subject.

                          Subject Interview
                          A Subject Interview, conducted by trained security, investigative, or counterintelligence personnel. During the investigation, additional Subject Interviews may be conducted to collect relevant information, to resolve significant inconsistencies, or both. Sworn statements and unsworn declarations may be taken whenever appropriate.

                          Polygraph (only agencies with approved personnel security polygraph programs):
                          In departments or agencies with policies sanctioning the use of the polygraph for personnel security purposes, the investigation may include a polygraph examina-tion, conducted by a qualified polygraph examiner.

                          Expanding the Investigation:
                          The investigation may be expanded as necessary. As appropriate, interviews with anyone able to provide information or to resolve issues, including but not limited to cohabitants, relatives, psychiatrists, psychologists, other medical professional, and law enforcement professionals may be conducted.

                          Security Clearance Manual: Chapter 1

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                          • So I applied to the April 27th announcement. I started a new thread, however there was no need to so I'll just post on here I guess. I kinda see that the last announcement was almost two years, and there is still so many people in the pipeline. Just curious to know why they would post a new announcement when they are still filling positions? I'm sure this will take just as long so I won't hold my breath.

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                            • Veterans have the highest rate of unemployment in the country. It appears the government is pushing to hire veterans in general, as they should.

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                              • A few years ago the Border Patrol accepted applications for new agents all the time. I recently notice they haven't accepted applications for a year now. Why?

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