I had started a clearance in April, in May I was told I needed fingerprints. I took those, and it seemed I got them in on time. My security team said it would take “a few days” for the prints to be available online to the investigators.
It seems the investigator didn’t get them soon enough, and at the end of May sent an alert to the q-qip system that prints were needed.
My Security group wasn’t able to call the DCSA until 3-months had gone by. So my app sat in limbo, waiting for DCSA, for 2+ months. I can’t usually get e-qip to login because once your application is in process, they lock you out of the e-qip system.
I filled out another request after determining there was a SAC date for the fingerprints,
but will I a) still need to wait 3 months before being able to see?
b) will my e-qip access be “opened up” if there was a “to-do” on the file (like another fingerprint or something) and,
c: will there any other way DCSA will contact me if there is an exception on the application by filing something, emailing me, texting, or something else? I never hear from my security folks.