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Long Law Firm has an experienced Security Clearance Law and Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Card (CAC) Attorney to assist Federal employees, Government contractors, Military personnel, and Federal applicants in all stages of the security clearance or PIV/CAC process. Whether you have questions or concerns about the security clearance process; reciprocity; completing the SF-85/86 (e-QIP); an upcoming (initial or periodic) investigation; polygraph; security clearance denial, suspension or revocation; or responding to a Statement of Reasons (SOR), LLF can provide you legal assistance. This includes help with actual or potential incident reports, federal reporting requirements, security or counterintelligence investigations and Privacy Act/Freedom of Information Requests.
Long Law Firm will represent you with federal formal and informal Grievances, EEOC , MSPB or OSC Complaints and other Administrative employment actions with the Government. This includes representation with your employing Federal Department or Agency, the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA), DoD Consolidated Adjudication Facility (DoD-CAF), your employing corporation, the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals (DOHA) for personal appearances, hearings/formal reply/review and any Federal Personnel Security Appeals Board/Panel or Credentialing Board; EEOC, OSC and MSBP. We are your one-stop solution.
The government relies upon experienced attorney’s – and so should you. With more than 25 years of military, national security and legal experience, let Long Law Firm help you navigate these complex legal processes and requirements to keep your security clearance and your job!
The security clearance application process, as well as the renewal process (periodic reinvestigation (PR), includes an extensive and thorough background investigation into your personal life, employment and financial history. Anything from traffic offenses, credit card debt, foreign connections, travel, social media, and more can be called into question.
Further, just because you have been granted a clearance does not guarantee you will be granted another one later or be able to maintain it for the remainder of your career. A security clearance can be taken away at any time due to numerous factors that call into question your ability to work in a sensitive position or have access to classified information. The government conducts “Continuous Evaluations (CE)” on military personnel, federal employees and contractors who hold a security clearance. This means they can constantly monitor information about your life; and now, the government can also collect information from your social media and consider it for security clearance determinations.
Security Clearance holders may also be investigated as an "insider threat" or counterintelligence risk which ultimately may lead to a suspended and/or determination to revoke one's clearance. As soon as you are aware of such an investigation -- contact Long Law Firm
With more than 25 years of military, national security and legal experience, let the Long Law Firm help you navigate these complex federal processes and requirements.