What are the minimum requirements? GS-5 level: Bachelor’s degree GS-7 level: One full year of graduate education or superior academic achievement GS-9 level: Master’s, law, or equivalent degree
GS-5 level: Bachelor’s degree
GS-7 level: One full year of graduate education or superior academic achievement
GS-9 level: Master’s, law, or equivalent degree
*Qualifying experience may be substituted for, or combined with the education requirement. More information can be found in the Office of Personnel Management’s Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions manual. http://www.opm.gov/qualifications/
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Career Opportunities at
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
The Federal Career Intern Program
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US Citizenship and Immigration Services
Human Capital Management Division
20 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20529
Delivering America’s Promise
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The Federal Career Intern Program (FCIP) at USCIS is a comprehensive employment and career development program designed to recruit and nurture the next generation of USCIS leaders. USCIS offers this program for the Immigration Officer position at the GS-5, 7, and 9 grade levels. As a USCIS Career Intern, you will participate in a two year program that will “jump start” your career with us and develop your potential for future advancement within the organization.
Features of the FCIP Hiring Process:
Quick on-boarding process.
Appointments may be made any time throughout the year.
Veteran’s preference still applies.
Applicants with diverse backgrounds accepted.
Advantages of Being a Career Intern:
Earn a competitive salary commensurate with your skills, experience and education.
Enjoy all the benefits of being an employee in the Federal government.
Receive two years of in-depth, on-the-job training directly related to your field.
Upon successful completion of the two year program, Career Intern positions may be converted to permanent status.
Working for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
The United States of America is a nation built by immigrants. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is committed to securing the promise of America to the thousands of lawful immigrants coming to our shores in search of freedom, liberty and opportunity.
You can make a significant impact on immigrant’s lives while protecting and securing our shores by helping qualified immigrants and refugees gain the promise and potential of legally living and working in the United States and becoming U.S. Citizens. Contribute to the USCIS mission to maintain the integrity of our nation’s immigration system and to continue to build on America’s promise and foundation as a beacon of hope and liberty, and keeping our doors open, but well guarded.
USCIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer