Break of Service - Adjucation Timeline


For all the research you can do online about these topics, i figured I’d just one of the forums I keep reading. Long story short, Got out of the navy, officically, OCT 29 2020… next week get a call for a potential job, following week recevied offer from the contracto. However, in JPAS and LOJ was represented. I talked to the FSO and he submitted what im guessing is a CSR to “recerfiy” my clearance on NOV 18 2020 Now it is in the adjucation process. I contacted him on DEC 1 2020 to follow up he said that they have the case or its in process (not really sure)

I know that my timeline is short compared to others but is there any insight on how long this will take if i just had a TWO WEEK break in service?

Your break in service is irrelevant to case proceeding speed. And there are no timelines.

I had 2 or 3 weeks of break in service in October 19 and had LOJ status in JPAS between a job transfer. Our case is very similar. Mine was a little over a year ago and I am still waiting. I think my FSO sent a CSR in mid November. We didn’t hear anything until mid Jan when they requested an updated SF86. Submitted the SF86 within in couple days with fingers prints. Dead silence till mid May. I asked my FSO to reach out to DSCA to get status because my application was about to expire (90 + 30 days deadline). My case finally got picked up following the status request. It was dead silence again (investigation stage) until mid August. We think the investigation is closed in mid Aug because the status is changed to “pending adjudication”. They didn’t contact me or any of my references during the investigation stage. It has been 4 months since the investigation closed and still dead silence in adjudication stage. I just don’t understand why it is taking so long. If they found somethings on SF86 that are too complicated, wouldn’t they contact me during the investigation? It has been little over 13 months since we requested the CSR. By the way my last reinvetigation was 2 year prior to the job switch so they don’t really have to go too far in time. Good luck to you. I hope you don’t wait this long.