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Immigration Enforcement Agents

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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

 

Website:

 

www.ice.gov

 

 

Starting Salary: $34,000 – $38,000

    

Application Deadline: NA

 

 

 

Now Hiring!

 

Immigration Enforcement Agents

 

 

Starting salary: $34,000 – $38,000 plus

locality pay, overtime pay, and Federal benefits!

 

Signing bonuses may be offered.

 

 

Registration open April 13, 2007

 

 

Apply online at:

 

www.ice.gov/careers

 

 

Opportunities available in the local area.

 

Separating Military are encouraged to explore these opportunities.

 

 

As an Immigration Enforcement Agent you’ll perform a variety of enforcement duties – including the investigation, apprehension, prosecution, detention, and deportation of illegal and criminal aliens. You’ll be part of an elite cadre of officers who work with people of different cultures, from all parts of the world. You’ll have the opportunity to travel internationally to escort individuals who are illegally in the United States back to their country of citizenship. This position entails rigorous training and requires you to be both mentally and physically fit.

 

 

IEAs’ responsibilities include:

 

  • Dealing with individuals from different cultures regarding law enforcement matters

  • Ensuring detainee care, intake and outtake processing, and counseling

  • Supervising and transporting aliens in ICE’s custody 

  • Gathering and analyzing information relating to the identification, apprehension and prosecution of persons in violation of immigration laws

  • Processing individuals in this country illegally and escorting them back to their country of citizenship

  • Working with other law enforcement agencies

 

 

Requires:

 

  • U.S. citizenship

  • High School diploma and 3 years’ work experience, or a bachelor’s degree in any major, or a combination of both

  • Ability to pass a medical exam, drug test, background investigation, physical fitness test battery and successfully complete the DRO Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy which may include a five week Spanish Language Training Program

  • Ability to pass a written entry exam

  • A valid state driver’s license

  • Willingness to travel in the U.S. and internationally

 

 

ICE will be hiring hundreds of new IEAs nationwide and is especially interested in hearing from female and bilingual candidates.

 

 

The Department of Homeland Security is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

About ICE

 

Established in 2003, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the largest investigative arm of the Department of Homeland Security, operating out of 26 principal field offices nationwide and more than 50 offices internationally.

 

ICE is charged with protecting national security and upholding public safety by targeting the people, money and material that support terrorist and criminal organizations. A changing world brings new challenges to our nation’s security. ICE is looking for a diverse group of dedicated, team-oriented candidates from the local area and across the United States to meet these challenges through a career as an Immigration Enforcement Agents (IEA).

 

 

 


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