How to Keep Yours and What Your Appellate Rights Are Pertaining To Them
Our law firm represents members of the military, as well as federal employees and contractors in matters related to security clearances. If your clearance is in jeopardy or you have received a letter indicating it may be, you need to contact someone immediately. We can help. Keep in mind, that there are short timelines anytime the government seeks to deny you a clearance or revoke your clearance.
When representing clients in security clearance matters, it is important that your representative(s) know the Department of Defense (DOD) Directive 5220.6 and the Adjudicative Guidelines covering how the security clearance process works.
DoD Directive 5220.6 contains the general rules regarding the security clearance process for covered organizations and the Adjudicative Guidelines contain the specific security concerns that are brought forth when the Government attempts to deny or revoke a security clearance.
If you are being told you're disqualified for a security clearance or being told you don't qualify in the first place and you are in receipt of a letter denying, disqualifying, or attempting to revoke your security clearance, you shouldn't wait to get a qualified attorney involved. Contact our offices today to discuss your situation with a military law attorney. Call (214) 416-9100