Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

For them Who wonder about Security check Issues....

Collapse
X
  •  
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • ImmortalE
    replied
    Mohan,
    from what I understand people care not what agency performs what kind of check on them , but how long it takes to get "clearance".
    Sometimes it takes too long , sometimes done very quickly.

    P.S. It is said that by 2007 the system will be in place to process all checks effectively and quickly, without causing any delays in processing of applications.

    Leave a comment:


  • mohan
    replied
    Let em introduce about security check...compared by; There are three types of main security checks.
    1. FBI Fingerprint (FD258) Ident against NCIC database - this will be valid for 18 months only after that this cpmoarision is no good. Any applicant can enquire about his outcome by calling FBI NCIC Clarksburg, WV at 304-625-3878 for outcome . result has been sent back to USCIS.
    These results turnover time is within 24 hours No hit is termed "NO IDENT" in FBI's jargon. An FOIPA request (with FD258/fingerprints) would reveal if an ident. record exist or not.

    2. FBI Name Check against Central Records System (CRS) - this check basically if the applicant ever been target of any FBI investigation. This has no documented validity period like first has 18 months. This checks can take upto A year. No hit is termed "NO RECORD" in FBI's jargon. A FOIPA request would reveal if a record exists or not. FBI doesn't have to disclose details but at least you will know if a record exist. Also, it doesnot mean that it is something negative.
    To know if the checks has been completed or not, an applicant can send an email to: FBInncp@ic.fbi.gov and include all their personal information such as name, date of birth, Alien #, SSN, place of birth, address, telephone number etc
    it may take a long time to receive an answer. But you will get answered

    3. IBIS (done by USCIS themselves) - this check has validity of 35 days - this check is against IBIS (USCPC - Customs and Border Patrol) using applicant's full name and date of birth. This check is done by USCIS staff on the computer terminals connected to IBIS. A no hit is termed "IBIS OK" in BCIS' jargon. An "IBIS DNR" (Does Not Relate) is when a match exists but does not relate to the applicant, which is, in other worlds, a no hit as well.
    IBIS is exempt from FOIPA requests, that is, a person cannot use FOIPA to find out if his/her name is in IBIS.

    There is NO CIA check for N-400 and N-600 applicants. CIA check is done for I-485, Amnesty and other applicants;

    The Freedom of Information and Privacy Act protects the government privilege to withhold information if it can jeopardize an investigation. However, you may challenge this through the court system if you think that the information they are withholding is not critical.

    Leave a comment:


  • mohan
    started a topic For them Who wonder about Security check Issues....

    For them Who wonder about Security check Issues....

    Let em introduce about security check...compared by; There are three types of main security checks.
    1. FBI Fingerprint (FD258) Ident against NCIC database - this will be valid for 18 months only after that this cpmoarision is no good. Any applicant can enquire about his outcome by calling FBI NCIC Clarksburg, WV at 304-625-3878 for outcome . result has been sent back to USCIS.
    These results turnover time is within 24 hours No hit is termed "NO IDENT" in FBI's jargon. An FOIPA request (with FD258/fingerprints) would reveal if an ident. record exist or not.

    2. FBI Name Check against Central Records System (CRS) - this check basically if the applicant ever been target of any FBI investigation. This has no documented validity period like first has 18 months. This checks can take upto A year. No hit is termed "NO RECORD" in FBI's jargon. A FOIPA request would reveal if a record exists or not. FBI doesn't have to disclose details but at least you will know if a record exist. Also, it doesnot mean that it is something negative.
    To know if the checks has been completed or not, an applicant can send an email to: FBInncp@ic.fbi.gov and include all their personal information such as name, date of birth, Alien #, SSN, place of birth, address, telephone number etc
    it may take a long time to receive an answer. But you will get answered

    3. IBIS (done by USCIS themselves) - this check has validity of 35 days - this check is against IBIS (USCPC - Customs and Border Patrol) using applicant's full name and date of birth. This check is done by USCIS staff on the computer terminals connected to IBIS. A no hit is termed "IBIS OK" in BCIS' jargon. An "IBIS DNR" (Does Not Relate) is when a match exists but does not relate to the applicant, which is, in other worlds, a no hit as well.
    IBIS is exempt from FOIPA requests, that is, a person cannot use FOIPA to find out if his/her name is in IBIS.

    There is NO CIA check for N-400 and N-600 applicants. CIA check is done for I-485, Amnesty and other applicants;

    The Freedom of Information and Privacy Act protects the government privilege to withhold information if it can jeopardize an investigation. However, you may challenge this through the court system if you think that the information they are withholding is not critical.
Sorry, you are not authorized to view this page

Home Page

Immigration Daily

Archives

Processing times

Immigration forms

Discussion board

Resources

Blogs

Twitter feed

Immigrant Nation

Attorney2Attorney

CLE Workshops

Immigration books

Advertise on ILW

EB-5

移民日报

About ILW.COM

Connect to us

Questions/Comments

SUBSCRIBE

Immigration Daily



Working...
X