Int Analyst DV clearance time Watch

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Afternoon all,

Without wishing to jump to ahead of the gun on this - just wondering to those who have been accepted into the RAF as an Int Analyst - how long did it take for you to receive a DV clearance?

As mentioned above - it’s just a query into approx time scales
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It varies from person to person. Could be a week, could be 6 months, just depends
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From memory, mine took 3 months to go through after the -very- intimate interview. And that took about a month to happen after getting the pass from OASC.

I did OASC in late-Jan and started IOT at the end of August.
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(Original post by Drewski)
From memory, mine took 3 months to go through after the -very- intimate interview. And that took about a month to happen after getting the pass from OASC.

I did OASC in late-Jan and started IOT at the end of August.
Thanks Drewski 👍
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Drewski now I'm sure you can't exactly share how the interview was, but could you talk a little about the format? I might have to go through one in the future (well, here's to hoping).
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Drewski now I'm sure you can't exactly share how the interview was, but could you talk a little about the format? I might have to go through one in the future (well, here's to hoping).
You get given some advice in the run up to it, in order to prepare - there are things you need to know that you probably don't (about yourself, about family members) that you'll need time to find out.

The big thing is that there's no wrong answer. It's not designed to catch you out, it's just so that they know about the things.
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(Original post by Drewski)
You get given some advice in the run up to it, in order to prepare - there are things you need to know that you probably don't (about yourself, about family members) that you'll need time to find out.

The big thing is that there's no wrong answer. It's not designed to catch you out, it's just so that they know about the things.
Thank you!
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Drewski now I'm sure you can't exactly share how the interview was, but could you talk a little about the format? I might have to go through one in the future (well, here's to hoping).
Best of luck with your application
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