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MJ

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Updated the OP with a nice summary sheet of the OPM background investigation and adjudication process
 

bigfooten28

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If you already have a TS/SCI that has closed out literally last week do you really have to go through another background investigation? If I was to go to other government agencies I wouldn't be doing another one so why is this any different? I would understand if it was past due like my 5 year reinvestigation point but its not due so why waste time and money? Its also the same agency that is doing the investigation, just seems unnecessary.
 

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If its within 2 years they will accept it. They still do a check to make sure nothing changed.
 
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I always wondered what if you have family members that are undocumented? From what I've seen that can actually limit your ability to obtain a Secret clearance and all? Is that true?
 

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Sorry to bump this thread, but I work for an airline, and I've probably been out of the US over 50x for work alone, including loads of basic 12 hour overnights in Canada. I bet I already know the answer, but they will seriously need the details of each of those overnights? I'm going to have to go through 3 years of trips for all my international overnights, aren't I?
 

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I had to go through the same thing as well and had to list every INTL trip and the investigator basically went down the list and asked what was the purpose of each trip even if it was only a day trip. Imagine having to list 7 years worth of trips...
 

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So how much more do they need than, “I’m a pilot/flight attendant/banker(whatever) and I was there for my job”? -ignorant questioner....I don’t remember the answers I gave.
I had been to Colombia and a few other South American countries that they definitely asked but I don’t remember exact responses..
 

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So how much more do they need than, “I’m a pilot/flight attendant/banker(whatever) and I was there for my job”? -ignorant questioner....I don’t remember the answers I gave.
I had been to Colombia and a few other South American countries that they definitely asked but I don’t remember exact responses..
When the lady was asking me I told her all of my travels were for pleasure due to the fact that I received airline benefits. I just had to confirm that with her for each trip.
 
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I too work for an airline and have taken quite a few trips. I recently met with a federal investigator and he basically just confirmed each trip with me verbally and checked for each physical stamp on my passport. The only thing he really went more in depth with was my trips to West Africa and dual citizenship.


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