I started the re-investigation in November for my secret clearance. When I was filling out the SF-86 I noticed some wrong information. I advised my company and they told me to fix it.
I got my Secret clearance from the Army. I don't know who filled out the paperwork but I don't recall filling it out and don't even remember being put in for a secret clearance.
Mom and Dad's birthday was wrong (Mom's birthday was put as my Dad's and vice versa)
Brother's birth location was wrong (Brother was adopted and born in Korea but old SF-86 said he was born in USA)
No other siblings noted (I was adopted and have two biological siblings. I did not grow up with them and was adopted at birth. I now listed them on the re-investigation)
Is this the reason why I have to go for an interview?
I also did not mention foreign contacts but on my Facebook I have a few foreigners on there. I did not mention that I wired money (less than $2000) to bank accounts for services such as makeup artist while I as on vacation and to buy a laptop for someone in exchange for tutoring services. I did get a DUI in 2006 but did not mention it since it was not a criminal offense to my knowledge. In December I traveled with a foreigner and this was not mentioned since I filled out the paperwork in November. Should I mention all this when I go to the interview?