NBPCborder

Article 14 H - Employees are not required to submit a form SF-71 for sick leave periods of not more than three consecutive workdays. For sick leave in excess of three days, the employee may be required to provide a medical certificate or a statement of the nature of the illlness.

Article 14 A - It is the supervisors responsibility, in consultation with the employee, to schedule annual leave in order that the leave will not be forfeited.

Article 14 A - Annual leave is a right of the employee and not a privilege. Consistent with the needs of the Agency, annual leave which is requested in advance will be approved.

Article 10 D - If the Agency does not respond to an employee's request for outside employment within 8 calendar days from receipt, the employee may assume there is no objection and begin the outside employment or self-employment. Volunteer activities are not considered outside employment.

OT Lawsuit

If you are a border patrol agent who is a member of the NBPC union, click here for info to sign up for the overtime lawsuit.

WMlaborlaw

greenline

Member News

  • NBPC Letter of Support for Kevin K. McAleenan +

    The National Border Patrol Council is proud to support Kevin K. McAleenan to be the next Commissioner of Customs and Read More
  • Operational Mobility Program Announced +

    Border Patrol Headquarters and the National Border Patrol Council are pleased to announce the successful negotiation of the Operational Mobility Read More
  • Nationwide Swaps Open on June 26, 2017 +

    The USBP Nationwide Swap Program (NWS) will be open from June 26, 2017 at 8:00 am (CT) to July 10, Read More
  • 1

Find your local

Know Your Rights

  • DOL Publications +

    If you have any questions about the applicability of the Federal Employee Compensation Act (FECA) and its application in OWCP Read More
  • Obey Now, Grieve Later +

    "Obey now, grieve later" - an employee should obey a supervisors lawful order and grieve the order later if the employee Read More
  • Hearing Loss Guidance +

    When an injured federal employee files a workers’ compensation claim for hearing loss, it is common to find challenges when Read More
  • 1