Hey guys! New to the blog here, but I’ve been reading message boards on this site ever since my investigation started in August 2017.
Anyway, in August I received a job offer that requires top secret security clearance (I can’t start the job until I get the clearance). I’m aware the investigation can take a long time, even possibly up to two years, but I’ve been patient about it, not really holding my breath.
Anyway, just this morning I received a call from an investigator who says he was assigned to my case, but he lives in the city where the job is, and since I don’t live there, he says he can transfer my case to a local investigator. So I said sure. But what on earth does this mean?? Does this mean that my background stuff is done and they’re ready to meet with me? Or does this mean they’re just now getting started with my investigation? I mean, they have to know that all my references/verifiers aren’t local, right?? I’m a bit confused. Can someone shed some light on this? He said he doesn’t have a timeline on when the transfer would be complete, but that it “shouldn’t take long.”