Unfortunately the honesty issue code seems to be a real black art that I, and many others I'm sure, would like to know what the real story is! Because, for instance, when a recruiter fills out a subjects paperwork and we have to submit that the recruiter "falsified" because of it, that is an automatic 07 code of some sort, but it goes on that particular subject's investigation, which I have NEVER agreed with. Why wouldn't that "falsification" code go back on that particular recruiter's own background, instead of that subject? It's not that subject's fault that their recruiter screwed them because they didn't know their own job like they should! This is the idiocy of this field, that recruiters and security managers who are the first line starting point in this all, are NOT PROPERLY TRAINED in their own jobs and make this whole thing infinitely way worse than it should be! Sorry that doesn't answer your question, but just trying to give some insight.