@ritu Hey Ritu thanks a lot for sharing the information. Can you please share on what are you planning to do next? apart from the survey thing. Please do share your updates and help us all. Thank You, All the best and Take Care
@coolboy001 you have to maintain your status. The Army wont be responsible if you lose your status. The only moment you don't worry about your F-1 it is when you are already shipped to BCT. Like I said, the Army isn't responsible nor will help you if you lose your status while still going through the process.
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@hsztot I am in the same situation. Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) is a type of United States security clearance investigation required for Top Secret, SCI and Q access, and involves investigators or agents interviewing past employers, coworkers and other individuals associated with the subject of the SSBI.
I am currently an enlisted mavni who's going to be shipped within this year. Based from our recent meetings with our commander, I can confirm that MAVNI as of the moment has been suspended because applicants who are still pending for a background check are being processed or rather being prioritized first before army can take-in new applicants.
My guess is that MAVNI will reopen late this year or early next year once applicant backlog has been fulfilled. Currently, backlog applicants such as myself are being processed and I can assure you that the program is in motion. It may be slow but it is in motion.
Understand that most of us have waited almost 2 years for this entire process to be complete. This is the case for us current enlistees because we were in the wrong place at the wrong time when we entered military via MAVNI. MAVNI at that time was bound for an overhaul in terms of applicant screening, and we were smack in the middle of it. But now the sky is finally clearing out and in time MAVNI will accept applicants again. I suggest calling the nearest recruiting office. Internet may only help you so much but talking to an actual recruiter may yield a more satisfying and personal result.
Good luck and always remember, everything comes to those who wait.
@kyle37 It is true. MAVNI right now is restructuring their applicant processing procedures and policies. 2017 MAVNI is on hold because it needs to focus on the current applicants and/or soldiers that have already sworn in and signed contract. Once that issue has been addressed, along with a consolidated applicant processing system, I think they will reopen the program. I heard from people that is may open of May 2017 or August 2017
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