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What will fail a security clearance?
You may be denied security clearance for any number of reasons, including drug involvement, financial debt or affluence (being overly acquisitive), gambling addiction, undue foreign influence, reckless sexual behavior, technology misuse, or other behavior the government deems as a risk to national security.
Do background checks look at text messages?
While it is true that security clearance investigators can dig deeply into all the financial, personal, and social aspects of your life, your text messages, and private online accounts are safe, for now.
Do they pull medical records for a security clearance?
The employer does not have access to the medical/financial records or investigation details, only the agency doing the actual investigation. HOWEVER a security clearance investigation can access your medical records with your permission. (If you don’t grant permission the investigation ends and you’re not cleared.)
Do background investigators follow you?
The background investigator is not usually responsible for following up with the applicant’s references. The recruiter, hiring manager or another HR professional usually takes on this task. Regardless, the goal is to communicate with a reference who can either confirm or deny what the applicant is claiming to be true.
Do they call references for secret clearance?
References are less likely to be contacted for a Secret security clearance, but if there are issues, references may be contacted to verify issues. Likewise, if you’re less likely to need a personnel subject interview for a Secret clearance determination – unless there are issues an investigator needs to clarify.
What is the difference between public trust and secret clearance?
A SECRET clearance is designated as part of the public trust process. The holder of the SECRET clearance is in a position of moderate risk and they require a security clearance. In this case an SF 86 investigation and security clearance adjudication will cover the requirements of the moderate to low risk positions.
Does the Navy call your references?
The short answer is, no. They don’t always, nor are required to contact your references.