My name is Dezz. I joined active duty June 2000, I did seven years active and then did the reminder of my years till feb 2019 In the Air Force reserves. I was accused of a crime and went to military court April of 2018. I was tried for military administrative discharge. I won my my case and was cleared to be retained in the Air Force Reserves and keep my federal Job as an ART(Aircraft Reserve Technician) federal employee. I was then given a proposal for indefinite suspension even though I won my case, do to having a suspended security clearance. My ADC lawyer said re instate me ASAP. I received the letter from the 3 star general stating I won forwarded it to my commander and base legal. They then denied my re enlistment for the same things I won my case for. I did a rebuttal my flight chief said yes to retain me, maintince commander said no. I went to re enlistments and opted for a rebuttal. I won my rebuttaI and won but since the reenlistment guy didn’t notify his commander it was thrown out and I had another one done which I won. I had in my package NCO of the quarter I won, 4-5 EPR, 4 EPR on my federal side and not one LOR or LOC ever in my career , a letter from the three star stating to retain me and letter from my ADC stating return my security clearance. I did I IG complaint, I tried to do an EO complaint. IG said its an rebuttal in works and closed my case EO denied me to fill out a complaint because they said it wasn’t valid.
So I had a bad year now currently 2 year span that I had 0 points towards my retirement, no contributions toward my TSP, and no income as of feb 2nd 2019 the day after the day I was to return to work from my achellies surgery. I then was given an extension for 2 months since I had an active rebuttal in the works. I then receive an letter that states I can resume work if I have an active security clearence which was suspended.
My question is how can I check the status of my SF-86 and get it re instated or at least check the status. Also if you know any good military lawyers and security clearance lawyers.