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Timothy Bowman


Role and Company

Assistant Regional Director, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (Department of Homeland Security)


24 years experience in government, policy, & international affairs


Laguna Niguel, CA

About Timothy

I am a retired U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer in Military Intelligence. I transitioned into the U.S. Civil Service, and worked in immigration for 24 years, working in fraud investigation and national security. I designed many of the programs and methods and training programs therefore, and I trained many of our personnel. I was involved in hiring personnel, and I am willing to work with veterans seeking guidance on transitioning into government service.

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Timothy's Recent Answers

one month ago

Can someone help me with my resume?

Hello Annette, I see you have a review offer, but I will also be happy to do a resume review...

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one month ago

Seeking resume help

Hello Danielle, You mentioned your general experience, but think also of your Naval experience and how it might translate in...

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2 months ago

Any advice on converting an Army resume to a legal resume?

Hi Rod, As noted by the other respondents, please do not pay for resume services, as there are too many...

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2 months ago

What do I need to improve?

Hi Alfred, I recommend that you consider a career in public service. Check with local and state agencies that are...

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2 months ago

Any suggestions on how to negotiate for a raise?

Hi Angela, You received many good responses here. I recommend reading Ask For More: 10 Questions to Negotiate Everything by Alexandra...

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