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Old Aug 8th 2002, 3:29 am
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Got this off of Doc Steen BB & thought I post it.


Hiring

The Nebraska Service Center (NSC) is in the process of filling 52 job vacancies. They have selected 50 potential candidates who are undergoing background checks. This lack of personnel has an obvious impact on case processing times. Once hired, these candidates must also be trained.

IBIS

NSC is processing the IBIS checks on each day's receipted cases. If a case comes back from the IBIS check with a "definitive negative" (i.e. no negative information on the applicant), then the examiner can go forward with the case. If there is a "hit," IBIS generates a name and date of birth, which is then put through an identification process.

If an IBIS hit occurs, a "triage" group then evaluates the case. Those with serious criminal histories, prior orders of deportation / removal, or deemed to be potential security threats are referred for enforcement. Smaller hits, such as minor crimes that do not make the person removable, are sent for adjudication.

The NSC suggested including a copy of the applicant's driver's license with each application in an effort to help resolve some IBIS hits. These sometimes occur when an applicant's name and date of birth is the same as that of someone with a negative background. The physical description on a driver's license may help to clarify that the applicant is a different person from the IBIS result.

NSC will be improving telephone service, by tripling the number of phone lines. This is a very welcomed change and one we can recommend for all the INS Service Centers!
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Old Aug 8th 2002, 4:25 am
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Please tell me Missouri is doing the same thing..........


"PEACHSTER" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    :
    : Got this off of Doc Steen BB & thought I post
it.
    :
    :
    : Hiring
    :
    : The Nebraska Service Center (NSC) is in the
process of filling 52 job
    : vacancies. They have selected 50 potential
candidates who are undergoing
    : background checks. This lack of personnel has an
obvious impact on case
    : processing times. Once hired, these candidates
must also be trained.
    :
    : IBIS
    :
    : NSC is processing the IBIS checks on each day's
receipted cases. If a
    : case comes back from the IBIS check with a
"definitive negative" (i.e.
    : no negative information on the applicant), then
the examiner can go
    : forward with the case. If there is a "hit," IBIS
generates a name and
    : date of birth, which is then put through an
identification process.
    :
    : If an IBIS hit occurs, a "triage" group then
evaluates the case. Those
    : with serious criminal histories, prior orders of
deportation / removal,
    : or deemed to be potential security threats are
referred for enforcement.
    : Smaller hits, such as minor crimes that do not
make the person
    : removable, are sent for adjudication.
    :
    : The NSC suggested including a copy of the
applicant's driver's license
    : with each application in an effort to help
resolve some IBIS hits. These
    : sometimes occur when an applicant's name and
date of birth is the same
    : as that of someone with a negative background.
The physical description
    : on a driver's license may help to clarify that
the applicant is a
    : different person from the IBIS result.
    :
    : NSC will be improving telephone service, by
tripling the number of phone
    : lines. This is a very welcomed change and one we
can recommend for all
    : the INS Service Centers!
    :
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Old Aug 8th 2002, 7:09 pm
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Heya Peachster, Where exactly did you get that from on the Doc Stein web site, I've
looked and was unable to find it. I was curious if the information was dated...
Thanks Chris
 
Old Aug 8th 2002, 7:56 pm
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Here's the link to the thread

http://disc.server.com/discussion.cg...&article=19093
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Old Aug 9th 2002, 12:35 am
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Thanks for the link, PEACHSTER (maybe I spelled your handle right that time).

HURRY UP AND GET YOUR APPROVAL!!!

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Old Aug 9th 2002, 2:17 am
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Oh I am hoping & praying to god things get speedy but after seeing this I am not so sure now.


One friend of mine whose neice is working foir Nebraska INS said they are busy loading IBIS database, so FILE MOVEMENT is super slow now. They are still working on April petitions. Not sure how long it will take for things to proceed.Don`t want to upset you folks, but according to her, it might take 2 more months to start working on may petitions. Each and every case is going through scrutiny now.
Good luck.


http://disc.server.com/discussion.cg...&article=19152
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Old Aug 9th 2002, 3:51 am
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Well, I am at day 70 now so I will be nice until the day after day 100. That way they
will have a chance to honor their 70-100 day commitment.

"PEACHSTER" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > Oh I am hoping & praying to god things get speedy but after seeing this I am not so
    > sure now.
    > One friend of mine whose neice is working foir Nebraska INS said they are busy
    > loading IBIS database, so FILE MOVEMENT is super slow now. They are still working
    > on April petitions. Not sure how long it will take for things to proceed.Don`t
    > want to upset you folks, but according to her, it might take 2 more months to
    > start working on may petitions. Each and every case is going through scrutiny now.
    > Good luck.
    > http://disc.se-
    > rver.com/discussion.cgi?id=92909&article=19152

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Old Aug 9th 2002, 5:17 am
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Day 80 for me
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