Can you reactivate your security clearance?
Even after it has expired, a security clearance can be re-activated up to 24 months after its lapse date without having to go through the application process again. If a veteran has an active or inactive security clearance, he is still “cleared” and will not have to undergo any more background investigations.
How long does it take to reactivate security clearance?
It really all depends. It depends on the level of clearance you have applied for and on your background (ie. Number of jobs held, number of places lived, etc.). It has been estimated that the average wait time for final clearance is 4-6 months.
How do I find out if my security clearance is still active?
To determine the current status of your security clearance, please contact the agency’s personnel security office that granted your clearance. If you are a contract employee, your company’s facility security officer may also be able to assist you.
How do I find out if my security clearance is active?
You can check on your clearance three ways:
- Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS)
- Security Investigations Index (SII)
- Call DoD at 1-888-282-7682.
How much does it cost to reactivate a security clearance?
“The average cost to process a TOP SECRET clearance is between $3,000 and about $15,000, depending upon individual factors. . . .
Figure 2: Adjudication Time/Cost by Investigation Type.
|INVESTIGATION||AVERAGE TIME||AVERAGE COST|
|All Investigations||40 min.||$100|
Do you hold an active security clearance?
Your clearance is active as long as you’re in a job requiring access to classified information. In the midst of investigation delays, the Department of Defense clarified eligibility doesn’t expire – even if your investigation technically does.
What can disqualify you for a top secret clearance?
Top secret clearance holders must have no significant financial concerns. If the background check reveals a considerable amount of debt, missed payments, tax evasion, collection judgments, check fraud, foreclosures, embezzlement or bankruptcies, your application might be rejected.
Do you lose your security clearance general discharge?
Generally, a security clearance after separation from the military is good for 24 months or 2 years. If separation from the military occurs 1 year prior to the re-investigation than that service member would have 1 year left on their current security clearance instead of 2 years.
What happens to my security clearance when I leave my job?
You automatically lose your access to classified information when you leave your job, but your security clearance may remain current if no incidents or flags are placed in your file. Cleared professionals, just like anyone else, may be fired for a variety of reasons.
What are the 5 levels of security clearance?
National Security Clearances are a hierarchy of five levels, depending on the classification of materials that can be accessed—Baseline Personnel Security Standard (BPSS), Counter-Terrorist Check (CTC), Enhanced Baseline Standard (EBS), Security Check (SC) and Developed Vetting (DV).