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    Hi ,

    Hope anybody would help by sharing their experience as to what the process is when SC clearance gets transferred .. are some basic checks(including finding convictions) are done again .
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    One of the purposes of SC process is to gauge your honest wrt to your past, you fail.

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    WHS. You should have informed (and still should inform) your current SSO, it's a condition of your clearance that you ensure you do. Not doing so has probably expired your clearance. It need not be a problem as long as everyone that needs to know does know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stek View Post
    One of the purposes of SC process is to gauge your honest wrt to your past, you fail.
    What he said. You can get away with a number of misdemeanours. Many of them don't mean you are untrustworthy with respect to secret information. Unfortunately lying and being devious does...

    It is also called fraud which is a legal issue. A minor point you might think but not when dealing with classified info. They are more likely to throw the book at you.
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    But please suggest if I have any chance of not loosing my SC now .
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockstar View Post
    The incidents actually happened 3-4 months back for which I was cautioned and also got a conditonal discharge . I think I have no choice to inform the security officer and face it now , it may have been late .But please suggest if I have any chance of not loosing my SC now .
    We just don't know. They may not be bothered as it isn't a security facing charge, they might pass it over beacuse you are in the roll, they may walk u straight off site.

    Just get on with it and tell us the outcome.
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