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Same firm 'USIS' checked background of Navy Yard shooter, Snowden. Also, what's up with USCIS?

By Tabassum Zakaria
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The company that scrutinized former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden for a U.S. government security clearance said on Thursday it also checked the background of the Navy Yard shooter, allowing him to obtain a "secret" clearance.
USIS, working as a contractor for the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), conducted a background review of Aaron Alexis, identified by law enforcement authorities as the shooter who killed 12 people at the Navy Yard before he was shot dead.
"Today we were informed that in 2007, USIS conducted a background check of Aaron Alexis for OPM," USIS spokesman Ray Howell said in a statement.
He did not provide additional information. "We are contractually prohibited from retaining case information gathered as part of the background checks we conduct for OPM and therefore are unable to comment further on the nature or scope of this or any other background check," Howell said.


  • VOLUME 1: GENERAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

    • PART A – CUSTOMER SERVICE
    • PART B – CASE PROCESSING
    • PART C – BIOMETRICS COLLECTION AND SECURITY CHECKS
    • PART D – ATTORNEYS AND REPRESENTATIVES
    • PART E – ADJUDICATIONS
    • PART F – MOTIONS AND APPEALS
    • PART G – NOTICE TO APPEAR
  • VOLUME 2: NONIMMIGRANTS

    • PART A – NONIMMIGRANT POLICIES, GOALS, AND PROCEDURES
    • PART B – DIPLOMATIC AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION PERSONNEL (A AND G)
    • PART C – VISITORS, STUDENTS, AND MEDIA REPRESENTATIVES
    • PART D – SPECIALTY OCCUPATION WORKERS (H-1B AND E-3)
    • PART E – TEMPORARY AGRICULTURAL AND NON-AGRICULTURAL WORKERS (H-2)
    • PART F – TRAINEES (H-3)
    • PART G – INTRACOMPANY EXECUTIVES AND MANAGERS (L)
    • PART H – ARTISTS, ENTERTAINERS, ATHLETES, AND INDIVIDUALS OF EXTRAORDINARY ABILITY OR ACHIEVEMENT (O AND P)
    • PART I – RELIGIOUS WORKERS (R)
    • PART J – TREATY TRADERS, TREATY INVESTORS, AND NAFTA PROFESSIONALS (E-1, E-2, AND TN)
    • PART K – NONIMMIGRANTS INTENDING TO ADJUST STATUS (K AND V)
  • VOLUME 3: PROTECTION & PAROLE

    • PART A – PROTECTION AND PAROLE POLICIES, GOALS, AND PROCEDURES
    • PART B – VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING
    • PART C – VICTIMS OF CRIMES
    • PART D – TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS AND DEFERRED ENFORCED DEPARTURE
    • PART E – PAROLEES
    • PART F – DEFERRED ACTION
    • PART G – HUMANITARIAN EMERGENCIES
  • VOLUME 4: REFUGEES

  • VOLUME 5: ASYLEES

  • VOLUME 6: IMMIGRANTS

    • PART A – IMMIGRANT POLICIES, GOALS, AND PROCEDURES
    • PART B – FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRANTS
    • PART C – INTERNATIONAL ORPHANS AND ADOPTEES
    • PART D – FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRANTS FILING UNDER THE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT (VAWA)
    • PART E – EMPLOYMENT-BASED IMMIGRANTS
    • PART F – ENTREPRENEURS
    • PART G – DESIGNATED AND SPECIAL IMMIGRANTS
    • PART H – SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILES
    • PART I – CONDITIONAL RESIDENTS
  • VOLUME 7: ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS

    • PART A – ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS POLICIES, GOALS, AND PROCEDURES
    • PART B – 245(A) APPLICANTS
    • PART C – 245(I) APPLICANTS
    • PART D – FAMILY-BASED APPLICANTS
    • PART E – EMPLOYMENT-BASED APPLICANTS
    • PART F – SPECIAL IMMIGRANT-BASED (EB-4) APPLICANTS
    • PART G – DIVERSITY VISA APPLICANTS
    • PART H – VAWA-BASED APPLICANTS
    • PART I – TRAFFICKING VICTIM-BASED APPLICANTS
    • PART J – CRIME VICTIM-BASED APPLICANTS
    • PART K – REFUGEE APPLICANTS
    • PART L – ASYLEE APPLICANTS
    • PART M – CRIMINAL OR TERRORIST INFORMANT-BASED APPLICANTS
    • PART N – LEGALIZATION APPLICANTS
    • PART O – REGISTRANTS
    • PART P – SPECIAL ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM APPLICANTS
    • PART Q – POST ADJUDICATION
    • PART R – RESCISSION OF LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENCE
    • PART S – ABANDONMENT OF LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENCE
  • VOLUME 8: ADMISSIBILITY

    • PART A – ADMISSIBILITY POLICIES, GOALS, AND PROCEDURES
    • PART B – HEALTH ISSUES AND MEDICAL EXAMINATION
    • PART C – CIVIL SURGEON DESIGNATION AND REVOCATION
    • PART D – CRIME AND PUBLIC SAFETY
    • PART E – TERRORISM
    • PART F – NATIONAL SECURITY
    • PART G – PUBLIC CHARGE
    • PART H – LABOR CERTIFICATION AND SELECT IMMIGRANT QUALIFICATIONS
    • PART I – ILLEGAL ENTRANTS AND OTHER IMMIGRATION VIOLATORS
    • PART J – FRAUD AND WILLFUL MISREPRESENTATION
    • PART K – FALSE CLAIM TO U.S. CITIZENSHIP
    • PART L – DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS
    • PART M – CITIZENSHIP INELIGIBILITY
    • PART N – ALIENS PREVIOUSLY REMOVED
    • PART O – ALIENS UNLAWFULLY PRESENT
    • PART P – ALIEN PRESENT AFTER PREVIOUS IMMIGRATION VIOLATION
    • PART Q – PRACTICING POLYGAMISTS, INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTORS, UNLAWFUL VOTERS, AND TAX EVADERS
  • VOLUME 9: WAIVERS

    • PART A – GENERAL WAIVER PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES
    • PART B – EXTREME HARDSHIP
    • PART C – MEDICAL GROUNDS
    • PART D – CRIMINAL GROUNDS
    • PART E – ALIENS SUBJECT TO CIVIL PENALTY
    • PART F – ALIEN SMUGGLING
    • PART G – FRAUD OR WILLFUL MISREPRESENTATION
    • PART H – UNLAWFUL PRESENCE
    • PART I – HUMANITARIAN
    • PART J – NATIONAL INTEREST
    • PART K – FAMILY UNITY, HUMANITARIAN PURPOSES, OR PUBLIC INTEREST
    • PART L – NONIMMIGRANT
    • PART M – OTHER PROVISIONS OVERCOMING INADMISSIBILITY
    • PART N – MOTIONS AND APPEALS
  • VOLUME 10: CONSENT TO REAPPLY

    • PART A – CONSENT TO REAPPLY POLICIES, GOALS, AND PROCEDURES
    • PART B – ADJUDICATIONS
    • PART C – MOTIONS AND APPEALS
  • VOLUME 11: TRAVEL, EMPLOYMENT, & IDENTITY DOCUMENTS

    • PART A – PERMANENT RESIDENT CARDS
    • PART B – EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION DOCUMENTATION
    • PART C – REFUGEE TRAVEL DOCUMENTS
    • PART D – REENTRY PERMITS
    • PART E – ADVANCE PAROLE
    • PART F – IDENTITY DOCUMENTS
  • VOLUME 12: CITIZENSHIP & NATURALIZATION

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