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 Thank you for your response. I have a few other questions if you don´t mind. I am a 22 year old U.S. citizen currently residing in Ensenada, Baja California. I am worried that during the background investigation that I won´t have enough of a background to investigate. What information should I be worried that I don´t have? For example job history because I have only had 1 job in the United States and a P.o. Box for a mailing address. I wahome schooleded via a US school as a child. And because of living in Mexico most of my life I am just barely acquiring my California License. Would such things come up as red flags on my background investigation? Or will I have less to worry about as long as I am honest during my polygraph and I can providreferenceses to collaborate my history and character? 

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How far are you along in the processing?

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Why don't you look into Border Patrol? They are part of the DHS (Dept. of Homeland Security).


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 I am only at the written exam part