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FECA Flowchart

The National Border Patrol Council had the following flowcharts developed to help bargaining unit employees in determining what to do under the Federal Employee Compensation Act (FECA) when injured on the job.  We hope these flowcharts prove to be useful for representatives assisting employees and for employees independently seeking information. While looking at the charts, you may notice there is underlined text. The underlined text are hyperlinks, which will direct a reader  to additional useful information when clicked.

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The Benefits of Union Membership

Pro-illegal immigration groups and criminals are gunning for us, the media vilifies us, and CBP plays politics with our lives.

Yes, it seems we Border Patrol agents have few friends and many enemies. At any moment in our unpredictable and dangerous working environment, a situation can erupt that suddenly jeopardizes your life, your job, or your liberty.

The National Border Patrol Council is the only organization that has your back. We fight for you when you need it most. We fight for you when no one else will.

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Lawsuit Forms

IMPORTANT: NBPC members must complete, sign, and mail the below consent-retainer form to Woodley & McGillivary at the address below in order to participate with the lawsuit to recover pay for uncompensated work:

WOODLEY & MCGILLIVARY
1101 Vermont Ave., N.W.
Suite 1000
Washington, D.C. 20005

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Know Your Rights

  • Article 10 D +

    Article 10 D - If the Agency does not respond to an employee's request for outside employment within 8 calendar days Read More
  • DOL Publications +

    If you have any questions about the applicability of the Federal Employee Compensation Act (FECA) and its application in OWCP Read More
  • Article 14 A1 +

    Article 14 A - It is the supervisors responsibility, in consultation with the employee, to schedule annual leave in order that Read More
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