Life was good until a few minutes ago. I am not sure if i am freaking out for nothing or am in major trouble:
-Enlisting in the military-Green Card Holder, will not get a clearance, but receive a t3-investigation.
-(January 2018 enlistment -Interview February 2018)
-Answered all the questions on form as accurate as possible, same thing with investigator of course.
-Investigation was closed a few weeks ago.
-Only international travel is had on last years was between Western European home country and US, as documented on my passport. I had however one travel to South Korea that must have been just within the 7 years travel history, before I even lived in the US. I am not sure AT ALL if I mentioned that in my form OR interview but believe it completely slipped my mind.
As the investigation is now closed and I never heard from my investigator since the February interview, I am wondering: Will this be a major issue for adjudication and seen as dishonest and derogatory ? Could it be they saw that as omission or lie and did not even bother to ask/confront me about it ? I have no doubt they can and will track my complete travel history.
This was honestly a mistake which I didn’t even think of until now. It is not in any way information I would have cared to hide because a simple google search of my name will reveal this very quickly in my bio. I am so shocked right now. Logical reason makes me think that if it had been an issue, they would have reached out again but what do I know ?
I should say, I had less than 3 hours to fill out this whole long form to begin with and used as best of my memory and judgement as I am no longer in possession of an older passport of mine that would have listed that travel.