How long does it take to get NV2 clearance?

How long does it take to get NV2 clearance?

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Clearance Level Benchmark Timeframes Median Timeframes
NV1 70 Days 48 Days
NV2 100 Days 65 Days
PV Total 180 Days 181 Days
PV Priority 90 Days 83 Days

What is NV2 clearance?

NEGATIVE VETTING – LEVEL 2 (NV2), a background investigation that permits ongoing access to RESTRICTED, PROTECTED, HIGHLY PROTECTED, CONFIDENTIAL, SECRET and TOP SECRET information and assets. The investigation includes BASELINE plus additional suitability checks as well as background interviews.

How do I get an Agsva security clearance?

Once a request is received for a new security clearance, AGSVA will issue you an online ePack for you to complete as part of the vetting assessment process. You will have up to 20 business days from the time you receive your ePack to collate, complete and submit your security clearance package.

Is it hard to get security clearance?

Obtaining a security clearance is no easy task, and not everyone who applies will be granted access. Stringent suitability requirements, particularly in the intelligence community, weed out many unqualified applicants before they ever reach security clearance processing.

Is there any way to get NV1 security clearance?

But on the requirement – it says ” NV1 Security Clearance” is must. Is there any way I can apply for one? No. And saying NV1 is a must is stupid. You have to be sponsored by a department to get one. When you leave, you lose it and if you go to another department they need to sponsor you.

When to apply for a new security clearance?

AGSVA recommends you do this as early as possible, particularly if you need to get new copies from interstate or overseas. Once a request is received for a new security clearance, AGSVA will issue you an online ePack for you to complete as part of the vetting assessment process.

Who is doing the security clearance assessment for agsva?

All vetting officers conducting security clearance assessments for AGSVA hold an Australian Government security clearance and a Certificate IV qualification in Government Security (Personnel Vetting). Security clearance assessments will be conducted by an AGSVA staff member or an authorised external vetting provider contracted to AGSVA.

What does the vetting officer do for a security clearance?

The vetting officer will review the information provided by the applicant, and collected independently from other parties to make a recommendation on whether the applicant is suitable to hold a security clearance.

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