Legal Advice And Representation For Military Security Clearances In And Around Washington, D.C.
Security clearances can be make-it-or-break-it entrance gateways for many duties and positions in all branches of the United States armed forces. You may be required to pass a security clearance at any time before or during your service in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard or Space Force. For extra reassurance that you will give it your very best efforts, work with an attorney who focuses on security clearance issues.
Once you have obtained a security clearance, it may be suspended or revoked. Maintaining your security clearance is as important as having it in the first place. Many prospective and current members of the various branches of the military in northern Virginia and the Washington, D.C., area, turn to The Military Justice Center for experienced guidance when they apply for security clearances or seek to keep them when they are at risk.
Step One: Understand The Requirements
Personnel from your branch of the military may give you tips and preliminary directions about getting a required security clearance. Then, when you apply for your clearance, you may receive further instructions. Nonetheless, you may feel intimidated or unsure about how to proceed. You may worry about issues in your background, such as traffic tickets, that might show up in background checks. You may wonder what to tell your friends and relatives who might be interviewed. These are just a few examples of topics we can address to alleviate your worries.
Our lawyers have a great deal of experience protecting the rights of people entering the military, current military personnel, veterans and others, such as family members of military personnel. We can help you overcome any hurdles that arise as you apply for a security clearance or seek to recover or keep your clearance.
Protect Your Security Clearance For Fort Belvoir, Myer-Henderson Hall, Quantico or Anacostia-Bolling
We can answer your questions and tell you what you need to know about the Standard Form 86 (SF86) Questionnaire for national security positions. We can determine the most expeditious and secure way to deliver your clearance documentation to the Consolidated Adjudications Facility. For other issues, request a meeting with one of our military defense lawyers.