Immigration Services Officer, GS – 5 – 12 and various other positions

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

About the organization

USCIS Immigration Services Officers conduct interviews, conduct research, and make decisions on a variety of complex and sensitive immigration benefit applications, to include those for citizenship, green cards, asylum and refugee status. Join our exceptional team and you’ll receive training on immigration laws and policies and have the opportunity to participate in naturalization ceremonies.

Duties

USCIS Immigration Services Officers conduct interviews, conduct research, and make decisions on a variety of complex and sensitive immigration benefit applications, to include those for citizenship, green cards, asylum and refugee status. Join our exceptional team and you’ll receive training on immigration laws and policies and have the opportunity to participate in naturalization ceremonies.

Qualifications

GS-05: Analyzing problems, gathering pertinent data and recognizing solutions; methodically planning and organizing work to ensure timely completion; communicating clearly, both orally and in writing and providing excellent customer service in person-to-person situations.
GS-07: Performing preliminary examinations of applications and petitions for immigration benefits; ensuring required supporting documentation is included in application package(s) and applying necessary immigration laws, policies and procedures.
GS-09: Examining and analyzing immigration benefits documents received for authenticity; researching, analyzing and applying appropriate immigration laws, policies and procedures.

Please contact us if you would like to know the qualifications for the remaining General Schedule (GS).

Salary

$33,949 to $96,978

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Please send the documents to [email protected]

How to Apply:
Please indicate all of the offices you want to be considered for and provide the following:
1) Proof of your current Non-competitive Eligibility (NCE) Status
2) Your resume
3) Their graduate school transcripts (if required for the position)
The evidence of the NCE status is generally a Description of Service (DOS) provided by the Peace Corps Country Director. This document outlines what the individual did on their Peace Corps assignment and it attests to their valid NCE. Unless there is a deferment for education or military, the NCE is only valid for one year, so it was important to pay attention to those dates. .

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