Clearance denials can devastate an individual's professional hopes and their personal well-being. If you or your loved one has recently been denied clearance, McCormack & McCormack wants you to know that you have the right to challenge decisions and that our team of security clearance attorneys will stand by your side throughout the entirety of your clearance process. Experienced, committed, and confident in our abilities to help you succeed, our legal team at McCormack & McCormack is here to help you overcome these difficult times. The following information can help you better understand what can be done to challenge your clearance denial.
Should there be any reason as to why your clearance eligibility may come into question, you will receive a Statement of Reasons (SOR). The SOR provides information about why your clearance is subject to denial.
There are a number of reasons why applicants may have their clearance denied, including:
Experienced in handling cases that involve a variety of reasons for clearance denial, our legal team can assist you regardless of the reasons behind your denial. We can help you prepare your SOR response in an effort to refute, explain, or mitigate the security concerns you face.
If you receive a SOR, you will be eligible to present your case before an administrative judge during a hearing. Our legal team will gather the necessary documentation and witnesses to fully present your case at the hearing.
If you believe you will soon be facing a clearance denial or have already received a Statement of Reasons, taking preemptive measures to protect your career and future is of the utmost importance. Many security clearance problems can be avoided or resolved during the initial investigative stages. Allow our team of experienced security clearance attorneys to assist you during every step of your clearance process.
Contact McCormack & McCormack to discuss your case with a member of our legal team.