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Anyone with a clearance report foreign travel to State department?


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I have an (inactive) security clearance and was told when I left my job that I would have to report foreign travel to the State department until 2015.:cool: When I cruised while working, my security officer sent me a link to report foreign travel. Anyone know how I do it now? He told me I would just have to go to the State Department website, but I don't see where to do it.

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I have an (inactive) security clearance and was told when I left my job that I would have to report foreign travel to the State department until 2015.:cool: When I cruised while working, my security officer sent me a link to report foreign travel. Anyone know how I do it now? He told me I would just have to go to the State Department website, but I don't see where to do it.

 

I'd rather not bother my former employers with something so trivial. They're pretty busy.

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The only requirement I know of is when the Cold War was still going on, we had to report travel to a communist country or any contact with communist individuals.

 

But, I we didn't report to the State Dept.

 

I know of no such requirement to report ANY foreign travel. Maybe it is just your "former" organization.

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It's absurd, right? I was so shocked by it that I asked him three times to explain it to me, lol. He said I have to report to the state department until 2015. Nothing to do with the company. He said it was easy to find on the website, but all I find are travel warnings. :confused:

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I have an (inactive) security clearance and was told when I left my job that I would have to report foreign travel to the State department until 2015.:cool: When I cruised while working, my security officer sent me a link to report foreign travel. Anyone know how I do it now? He told me I would just have to go to the State Department website, but I don't see where to do it.

 

If you are inactive, you do not need to report. When you reactivate, you will have to report it then. Keep the information.

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If you are inactive, you do not need to report. When you reactivate, you will have to report it then. Keep the information.

 

This makes sense to me. I think I may just not worry about it.

 

I don't plan to ever reactivate. That job was so boring that I tried convicing my husband I was really training to be a spy rather than staring at 30 year old hunks of metal all day. He didn't buy it. :p

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