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Border Patrol Laws, Part 8

(xi) Chief patrol agents–

(xii) Deputy chief patrol agents–

(xiii) Associate chief patrol agents–

(xiv) Assistant chief patrol agents–

(xv) Patrol agents in charge–

(xvi) The Assistant Commissioner, Investigations–

(xvii) Institutional Hearing Program directors–

(xviii) Area port directors–

(xix) Port directors– or

(xx) Deputy port directors.

(3) Service of warrant of arrests for immigration violations. The following immigration officers who have successfully completed basic immigration law enforcement training are hereby authorized and designated to exercise the power pursuant to section 287(a) of the Act to execute warrants of arrest for administrative immigration violations issued under section 236 of the Act or to execute warrants of criminal arrest issued under the authority of the United States:

(i) Border patrol agents, including aircraft pilots–

(ii) Special agents–

(iii) Deportation officers–

(iv) Detention enforcement officers (warrants of arrest for administrative immigration violations only)–

(v) Immigration inspectors–

(vi) Adjudications officers when in the uniform of an immigration inspector and performing inspections or supervising other immigration inspectors performing inspections–

(vii) Supervisory and managerial personnel who are responsible for supervising the activities of those officers listed in this paragraph– and

(viii) Immigration officers who need the authority to execute arrest warrants for immigration violations under section 287(a) of the Act in order to effectively accomplish their individual missions and who are designated, individually or as a class, by the Commissioner, for warrants of arrest for administrative immigration violations, and with the approval of the Deputy Attorney General, for warrants of criminal arrest.

(4) Service of warrant of arrests for non-immigration violations. The following immigration officers who have successfully completed basic immigration law enforcement training are hereby authorized and designated to exercise the power to execute warrants of criminal arrest for non-immigration violations issued under the authority of the United States:


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