Customs Enforcement Instructor (Federal Employment)

David b. rosales

613 Perry Street

Cincinatti, OH 49930

Day: 810-443-6908 ▪ Evening: 810-593-7285 ▪ [email protected]

Social Security No:

000-00-0000

Citizenship:

U.S. Citizen

Veteran’s Status:

N/A

Federal Status:

N/A

Highest Federal Civilian Job:

Immigration Enforcement Agent
Announcement:
CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT INSTRUCTOR
Department of the Treasury, U.S. Customs Service

PROFILE:

§       10 in investigations and security.

§       Expert in fraud detection and interrogations.

§       Strong knowledge of immigration and maritime law.

§       Well-developed ability to interact diplomatically and professionally.

§       Trained in weapons and self-defense.

§       Expert in fingerprinting and identity.

§       Computer Skills: Windows 95/98/ME/XP, all Microsoft Applications

EDUCATION:        

Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, Dec. 1992

Minors: English, Sociology & Psychology

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS–HOUSTON, TX

§         G.P.A: 3.57, Class Ranking: 35/300

§         Dean’s List, Two Semesters

§         National Honor Society

§         National Honor Society for Sociology

Frank W. Cox, Virginia Beach, VA, High School Diploma, Jun. 1988

CERTIFICATIONS:

§         Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

§         Baton Certified

§         First Aid/CPR Instructor

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service

126 Northpoint Drive, Houston, TX 77060

Aug. 1997 to Present
Immigration Enforcement Agent

Full-time: 40+ hours/week

Beginning Salary:

Ending Salary:

Supervisor: Mr. Rich Johnson

Supervisor may be contacted

Interviewed possible illegal aliens usually in Spanish to determine citizenship. Operated agency computers to gather information and compile detention/deportion reports. Fingerprinted and photographed suspects. Kept abreast of all current immigration legislation.

§         Processed each suspect and prepared all necessary paperwork.

§         Prepared and generated computer reports to expedite processing.

§         Extracted information and applied appropriate laws.

U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service

291 Denver Drive, Houston, TX 77060

Immigration Inspector

Full-time: 40+ hours/week

Beginning Salary:

Ending Salary:

Supervisor: Ms. Elizabeth Foster

Supervisor may be contacted

Determined nationality and citizenship of persons attempting entry into the United States. Worked in cooperation with Customs and the U.S. Coast Guard when working at ports. Also worked with Customs and U.S. Agricultures when working at airports. Collected information from several databases to research criminal profiles.  Determined admissibility and benefit qualifications of persons attempting to enter the United States.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE, Immigration Inspector, Continued

§         Used excellent customer service skills when determining admissibility.

§         Inspected cruise ships and freighters arriving in U.S. seaports.

§         Coordinated joing efforts with U.S. Customs and U.S. Agriculture when working at airports.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING:

§         Ethics

§         EEO Managing Change and Transition

§         Computer Security Awareness

§         Interviewing and Interrogation

§         Collapsible Steel Baton

HONORS AND AWARDS:

§         Received Employee Award for outstanding work efficiency and accuracy and speed of records.

§         Received outstanding work appraisal for excellent customer service.

AFFILLITATIONS:

§         Rescue Squad Volunteer, EMT

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