Don’t leave the application process to chance. Often times it is what the individual disclosed or failed to disclose on the SF-86 (e-QIP) that triggers denial or revocation of your clearance. In many cases, obtaining an interim clearance is a condition for employment and without that interim clearance your job offer could be rescinded resulting in loss of jurisdiction by the Government. Our security clearance attorneys can assist you with pre-clearance counseling and assist you in completing the SF-86 and/or address and mitigate potentially disqualifying information to increase your chances of obtaining an interim clearance. Representation at this stage could prove invaluable especially if your spotless record is not so spotless. We can also prepare you for a formal interview with an investigator. Our team has the experience to help guide you through this crucial first step. Click here to read more about preparing your security clearance application.