I've been undergoing an investigation for a TS clearance as a civilian. In the beginning of March I met with an investigator locally to conduct an interview on my e-qip, etc. He said he was done and he was now sending it to Virginia and they will make the decision.
I got an email from the Case Manager in Virginia requesting documents for my military discharge(when I requested them I was sent a letter stating there were none in my records as I had already stated in my e-qip there wouldn't be) and documentation showing intent to pay my medical bills(the debt agencies would not issue me physical documentation unless I was actively paying them, but they do have in their records I've spoke with them on intent to pay once employed). I sent the Case Manager the letter I received about my military records and informed her about the debt agencies. This was 3.5 weeks ago.
Should I assume I'm already disqualified due to being unable to provide documents which was outside of my control? I was told the medical bills I have were low risk and shouldn't be an issue.
If the before mentioned hasn't disqualified me, how long left from the Case Manager point in time should I expect to hear on a verdict?
Everything I have is riding on qualifying for this clearance and it's become very stressful being in the unknown.