Have experience in Immigration Law and Federal Law Enforcement; also have eight year of experience as a Deportation Officer with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
I have successfully managed an immigration docket.
I was responsible for the oversight and maintenance of all cases under my docket for reviewing the legal sufficiency and ensure that were properly completed.
I recommended the re-issuance of charging documents when necessary based on existing status and related court decisions.
Have the ability to research up-dated Immigration laws and documents for the corresponding petitions.
I had to make arrangements, to secure travel documents for illegal aliens ordered deported by an Immigration Judge.
I personally developed a working relationship with all levels of personnel and management, beside foreign government officials.
I am also very familiar with the Immigration and Naturalization Act, and the 8th Code of Federal Regulations.
I apply investigative skills by researching files, company computer systems interviewing of illegal aliens to determine their eligibility to remain in the United States of America.
Escorted criminal illegal aliens from the U.S.A. to their country of origin.
Receive training in Immigration Law Correctional Officer, Fugitive operations Fluent in the Spanish and English
During my tenure with the BOP, I had the opportunity to work as a Health Technician. Participated in daily sick-call sign up of inmates, interview patients, establish diagnostic impressions, recorded on files vital singe and compliant, determined levels urgency and refer as appropriate. Confer with medical staff in cases of urgencies, provide emergency care to inmates and staff, took patients history and conducted abbreviated physical exams. I initiated appropriated evaluation and management in emergency situations, I performed clinical procedures, such as. Vein puncture, administer medications upon request of staff physician and or emergency basis. I have had training in the following areas, but not limited to: applying splints, begin care measures during medical or surgical emergencies, chest decompressions, endotreacheal tube and many more.
During my military service I served as medic, taking care of the sick and wounded in the battle filed. While in a non-battle situation, we trained in our filed and worked in many clinics and hospital around the country, shaping our medical expertise. . I
what languages do you speak?
English / Spanish
what countries have you lived in?
Puerto Rico, America
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