What Should I Do If I Receive a Preliminary Determination of Ineligibility from TSA?

As part of the Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) application process, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will conduct a thorough background check.  This background check will look at your criminal record maintained through the FBI as well as records contained within immigration databases.  If your background check reveals a disqualifying criminal offenses or any other […]

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TWIC Lawyers File Appeal on Behalf of Client

The TWIC lawyers at Katherine O’Brien Law recently filed an appeal on behalf of a client whose Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) was revoked as a result of two convictions in the State of Illinois for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.  After contacting us and providing us with a copy of the letter he […]

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Global Entry: Should You Disclose Expunged Records?

The global entry appeal lawyers at Katherine O’Brien Law are often asked by clients whether or not they should disclose expunged records during the Global Entry application process.  In general, the answer to this question will almost always be an emphatic: yes, you should disclose the record even though it has been expunged. Although expungement laws vary […]

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What to Expect at your Global Entry Interview

If you have applied for Global Entry membership, then you are likely well aware that you will undergo an extensive background investigation as well as an in-person interview.  Below please find the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions the Global Entry appeal lawyers at Katherine O’Brien Law are asked regarding the interview […]

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