Video instructions and help with filling out and completing cbp office i-94 correction

Instructions and Help about cbp office i-94 correction

Music I'm standing here today and the biggest port in the world San Ysidro and I still cannot believe that I did it I became a CBP officer in March of 2018 after graduating from FLETC it was a dream of mine that I wanted to join them either the military or law enforcement and following to my dad's footsteps I was a contractor for the government in Washington DC and I was taking the train and I would see the same faces every morning and every afternoon one of which was branch chief Carl Rowe almost every day I was standing next to her on the ride home and we just struck up a conversation and she told me about how she came to the United States and what her father did for a living and I just found a really fascinating story she had confided in me that her father was actually the chief of police in Bucharest Romania so she grew up around law enforcement him being the chief of police he was well respected in the community unfortunately after the fall of communism he was taken a political prisoner and he came to the United States and sought asylum here in the United States and within a few months of them emigrating here to the United States her father passed away so I think I was the first opportunity that she could really have a long conversation about the pros and cons of law enforcement here in the United States and what Avenue she would have to take to become law enforcement officer here I remember day after day while being at work watching CBP videos and reading anything I could about CBP trying to just decide for myself whether or not I actually wanted this the more I read and the more I've seen and the more I heard the more I wanted it talked some more with me sir oh and asking more questions and wanting to know more and more about the process and how long is gonna take I thought she would make a great CBP officer she had a great attitude she understood what the job was being a child of a law enforcement officer she understood the risk she understood the hours the sacrifices and at that point I was a little bit on the fence because I honestly the think that I was the right person for CBP coming from a different country and I had expressed my concerns to mr. roe and he pretty much talked to me throughout the whole process and how many CBP officers are coming from all over the world and having my own sister that was totally against it applying for CBP and getting through the process herself right now it's amazing she felt that without my help she might have struggled harder to get the job so she asked me if I would be willing to come down and pin her

FAQ

How long does it take to CBP to update the i-94 information?
Hello,Check this website. This would help I94 - Official Website
Can I return my expiring I-94 of an H-1B to a CBP Officer and apply for another I-94 for my B1/B2 visa, while the extension of H-1B is being processed to be able to travel outside the US for the meantime?
Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer and you should consult one if you have an emergency that requires traveling out.Nothing prevents you to go out of the USA, you don’t even need to “return” your I-94 as it is now electronic. And traveling back into the USA with a B1-B2 could be possible, as long as you enter for a short business or tourist trip.However, if you are inside the USA on H1B status, and apply for H1B extension, it is not advisable to go out of the USA, as it would be consider abandoning your H1B extension application. So if an extension is in progress, and you go out, by default your extension is no longer approved.Consult a lawyer
What tips would you give someone who is going to the US for the first time?
It depends on where you are coming from.Let's say you are coming from Asia or more specifically from India.Here is what you need to know:Don't assume anything like we do back home in our country. I used to do that a lot and had to pay for it later here.Be on time wherever you have an appointment. Be it at Doctor’s, Dentist, or any other place.There is a concept of space in the west including America. Don't keep hugging, touching, crossing by close from people and touching others while crossing them.Don't break the queue. It is deemed disrespectful and unlike in many other countries including India, you will be called out by any individual there standing in the queue. Everybody is same in America and it feels that way too.If you are a first time student then your task is cut out. You need to care for a lot of things. It's completely different from India. Lectures happen on time. Submissions of assignments can't go beyond a prescribed date or hour of the day. No personal favors from the Professors because of your gender, caste, color, religion, personality etc.If you are visiting for the first time, make sure that you don't throw garbage wherever you like. Somebody will definitely check you in public and somebody can also report that to the police. Littering fines are really high in some places.No free perks in this country. You earn and you eat. Simple as that. Unlike in India where if you are a top government official or a politician, you don't have to carry your wallet with you anywhere because you seldom have to pay for anything.When you pass by anybody, most people will smile and say ‘Hi’ or ‘How are you?’. Don't be surprised. This is how everybody greets each other here. What a great thing to do.People will open the door for you or keep it open even if they are ahead of you. That's just how people like to help each other. It is not seen in many countries at least not in India.You go over the limit while driving, chances are that you will be caught and fined. Stay in the speed limit or just a few miles above it is also acceptable. Drink and drive has huge fines, never try that. Don't overtake too many times, the police is trained to catch such people.If you get into an accident on the road, don't keep beating the hell out of that person whether it's their fault or yours. In India, it is very common that whether it is your fault or not, you have the moral right to beat the crap out of the other person. Just like that. Here in US, you will not just be put in Jail, you could lose a teeth or two as most people are not that submissive.Keep walking on the road while crossing. Here in US, pedestrian has the right of way before anybody to cross the road. Don't try that on a freeway. No right of way there for pedestrians.Thanks for the A2A!