About BorderPatrolEdu.org

BorderPatrolEdu.org was created to serve as an independent resource for Americans interested in serving their country through jobs in U.S. customs, border patrol, and immigration enforcement. Here visitors will find a comprehensive and non-biased source of information on careers available with the two Federal agencies tasked with guarding America’s ports of entry, defending her borders, and enforcing her immigration laws:

  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
  • Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

BorderPatrolEdu.org provides detailed descriptions of job functions; physical, educational, and experiential requirements; as well as hiring processes and General Schedule salary expectations for all field and field support jobs within CBP and ICE. Additionally, detailed information is provided on the various jobs supported by each border crossing and border patrol station located in the United States.

Visitors are encouraged to use the resource freely and without obligation as they begin their search for careers with CBP or ICE, or as they work to isolate information specific to the many border patrol stations and border crossings located along America’s international borders.

 

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