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carl carlson

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786 posts

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Not sure if this is the right section. mod feel free to move it if its not.

I need to transfer my Security Clearance from my current position to my new job. However as its held by the Bank of England they are refusing to do it. Is there anyway I can get them to release it back to me?

ewenm

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131 months

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I'd start by speaking to the Defence Vetting Agency and seeing what they advise.

zaphod42

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41 months

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The advice I was given (by my HR) is that it wasn't easily transferable - many companies preferred to run a new clearance, especially if it had been some years since your last screening, to derisk themselves from the interim period.

carl carlson

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Thats what I thought but its valid for 10 years. As it costs 3K to get it done I would rather it be transfered.

MagicalTrevor

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I see no reason why your previous employer wouldn't want to transfer it once you've left but this would transfer to another sponsor (company) not to yourself.

If the new job does not require SC clearance then it will remain with the BoE but lapse after 1 year.
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MagicalTrevor

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carl carlson said:
Thats what I thought but its valid for 10 years. As it costs 3K to get it done I would rather it be transfered.
It valid for 10 years IF you remain in a job that requires SC.

carl carlson

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New job requires it hence my need to get it transfered.

MagicalTrevor

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carl carlson said:
New job requires it hence my need to get it transfered.
Your new employer will be responsible for requesting the transfer of clearance not you. They will be able to handle this for you so you shouldn't need to worry.

MudSkipper

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104 months

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MagicalTrevor said:
Your new employer will be responsible for requesting the transfer of clearance not you. They will be able to handle this for you so you shouldn't need to worry.
Everyone in our company must have SC. When I started with them I gave them the details of who my current clearance was held with, they contacted DVA and got it transferred over ready for the day I started.

Tallbut Buxomly

12,254 posts

102 months

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Just done my renewal and what a PITA the new dva website is.
Only works with IE.

bigdods

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carl carlson said:
Thats what I thought but its valid for 10 years. As it costs 3K to get it done I would rather it be transfered.
3k eek is that if you do it as an individual ? IIRC it was a few hundred per person for Enhanced NPPV (includes SC) for each person when it was managed by the company I was working for.

HiAsAKite

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133 months

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carl carlson said:
Thats what I thought but its valid for 10 years. As it costs 3K to get it done I would rather it be transfered.
No it doesn't.


Whowever said this is finding excuses, or doing it wrong, or 'charging you for a service'.


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