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Stargirl  
#21 Posted : Saturday, February 13, 2021 10:45:48 PM(UTC)
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Disappointing when this is the third new year thread I've seen posted.

Timeline:

Applied 10/2017
Interview/CJO - 2/2018
Background investigation 4/2018
Investigator said he turned in his investigation 8/2018

Other than occasional "you are still processing" updates, nothing since.




I feel like that’s the response I get frequently as well and it’s kind of very disheartening ....
SomeCandidate  
#22 Posted : Wednesday, February 17, 2021 4:46:05 PM(UTC)
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It's been a while since I applied, so I don't remember exactly when.

Here's my timeline:

12/2018 Phone interview for Software Engineer position
1/2019 Received notification from another recruiter regarding the Cyber Capabilities Specialist position
2/2019 Online interview for second position
2/2019 Phone calls from both recruiters regarding CJO
2/2019 Transcript sent
3/2/2019 Signed documents to give NSA permission to obtain info
3/6/2019 Written CJO for both positions
3/8/2019 Submitted SF-86
3/11/2019 Request to revise SF-86
3/11/2019 Revised and sent SF-86

I haven't heard anything from them since then. Is it typical to wait for this long? I'm worried that my hospitalizations during college (first time was voluntary, second time it was not; college was a rough time) may hinder my chances.


12/2019 Request for more information, credit pulled
1/2020 BI interview, references contacted


10/2020 Sent letter to Senator
10/2020 Received reply saying that delay is due to foreign contacts
12/2020 Received mail from scheduling team
2/2021 Subject, psych, polygraph (failed)

My polygraph examiner insisted I was hiding information even though I told him everything I could remember. I have not heard from anyone since. I tried contacting my recruiter and IC hires multiple times, but I never got a response. Is this the end?
someoldguy  
#23 Posted : Wednesday, February 17, 2021 4:51:46 PM(UTC)
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NSA seems to offer candidates more than one shot at the poly; other places have a one-and-done policy. I don't know for sure but you may get another shot.

You got a response after contacting your senator? Good to know.
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ArCyber  
#24 Posted : Wednesday, February 17, 2021 4:51:57 PM(UTC)
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No idea, might be, might not. Anecdotally, others have been told they failed only to be notified they have moved forward. I myself just got tapped for psych and poly after over two years since I first applied.
SomeCandidate  
#25 Posted : Wednesday, February 17, 2021 4:57:47 PM(UTC)
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I never really understood how I could have failed the poly even though I was being honest. How soon does the scheduling team usually reach out afterwards?
embeddedengineer52  
#26 Posted : Thursday, February 25, 2021 8:57:57 AM(UTC)
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Here's my timeline so far

Applied - 02/2020
Technical Interview - 03/2020
CJO (Unofficial) - 04/2020
CJO (Official) - 11/2020
SF-86 Request - 11/2020
SF-86 Submitted - 12/2020
SF-86 (Additional Info Request) - 12/2020
SF-86 Resubmit - 01/2021
Interview with Investigator (Phone) - 01/2021
Interview with Investigator (In-person) - 02/2021
Poly Schedule - 04/2021

Couldn't find a date in March for Poly.
So far the timeline is moving pretty fast in comparison to some of the other posts on this forum.
Stargirl  
#27 Posted : Saturday, February 27, 2021 10:25:22 AM(UTC)
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Well I got an email today about if any of my status has changed but they asked for a copy of my parents certificate of naturalization and I’m not sure how I’m suppose to get that.. I tried doing my own digging and I think my grandparents might have it but that might take awhile to track and I’m already I guess waiting and now stressed
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#28 Posted : Saturday, February 27, 2021 9:51:17 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Stargirl Go to Quoted Post
Well I got an email today about if any of my status has changed but they asked for a copy of my parents certificate of naturalization and I’m not sure how I’m suppose to get that.. I tried doing my own digging and I think my grandparents might have it but that might take awhile to track and I’m already I guess waiting and now stressed


I'm surprised they're just asking you about it. This was one of the things they asked within a month after eqip submission. On the bright side, it's a sign that your clearance is moving.

Try contacting the USCIS to see if they can help you if your parents can't. That's what I would do.
Stargirl  
#29 Posted : Sunday, February 28, 2021 1:07:47 AM(UTC)
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Well I got an email today about if any of my status has changed but they asked for a copy of my parents certificate of naturalization and I’m not sure how I’m suppose to get that.. I tried doing my own digging and I think my grandparents might have it but that might take awhile to track and I’m already I guess waiting and now stressed


I'm surprised they're just asking you about it. This was one of the things they asked within a month after eqip submission. On the bright side, it's a sign that your clearance is moving.

Try contacting the USCIS to see if they can help you if your parents can't. That's what I would do.


I was kinda of lucky and ended up heading to my grandparents today so I was able to find it. But I’m surprised as well. I’ve been in the process for almost over two years now and it’s a good things it’s moving but I’m not so sure why so slowly...
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