Question on 2 people I forgot to list as foreign contacts and how forgetting to list them may affect my clearance. For context, I didn’t list them because they are Americans who are dual citizens, context below:
Friend 1: Born in the US and dual citizen in France. I didn’t list him because I (stupidly, in hindsight) only thought to list “foreign” contacts, i.e. people who live abroad. This person is an old friend from school who I didn’t even think to list because he was born and raised in the US and is a dual citizen only through a parent’s birth. At the time I filled out the SF86 I was aware that he is a dual citizen but didn’t list him because I thought those with US citizenship shouldn’t be listed
Friend 2: Born in the US, dual citizen in Iran. He is a dual citizen because his parents are from Iran, and (to the best of my knowledge) Iran doesn’t allow people to renounce citizenship. This person has lived in the US their entire life. When I filled out my Sf86 I did not know that this person was a dual citizen, I found out later. Here, I’m more concerned regarding clearance processing because, well, it’s Iran.
Would forgetting to list these people cause my clearance to be denied? I did not bring these two up in my PSI, but a few weeks after that I realized that I should have and contacted my investigator to tell them. I didn’t give the investigator the details about these two, they didn’t ask for more info because they had already passed along their documents to the next level. Should I be concerned here?