Is it a good idea to fill out 330-60 while waiting for Pre-Enrolment Screen decision? Given dual citizenship, lived abroad within past 10years, and have immediate family in a foreign country.
I am preparing my forms for 10 years background check. (...)
Since many posts on this thread concerns level 3 clearance check, I will give it a go. Hope it is the right place.
I am in similar scenario as these two buddies: I am a canadian citizen living in Brazil for 11 years, and I am filling up a 330-60. I also have been in Brazilian Army but now I am free of any military obligations in Brazil, since I am older than 45 y.o. But since it was the fact that I have been refused the level 3 clearance in 2006, then I am still afraid that they refuse it again, even if I can't be mobilized by brazilian army as I could be in 2006. And I still have debts in Canada to take care of. :-[
So, my question is: In the 330-60, in the section M, I am supposed to present the reference of an actual neighboor who LIVES in Canada, and who have met me for at least 6 months. Or, in case I can't present an actual neighboor, I can present a neighboor who LIVES in Canada, and who have met me for at least 6 months during the past 5 years.
Well, since I am living outside Canada for 11 years, what should I do? [:'(
Leave that field empty and explain preciselly that I can't satisfy none of the two requests?
Yet about the 330-60, for the section I, I've read that we should pay attention to avoid leaving gaps, as well as to avoid overlapping periods, in the way to avoid extra time to be taken in the verifications.
So, in a first situation in the past, I've been unemployed for 1 year, then I started some studies, but I was still unemployed. Should I say that my unemployed period has finished when I started the studies?
In another situation, while I was doing those studies, I've got my actual job. Should I say that the final date of the studies has been the month preceding the begin of the job?
If anyone is stuck in similar situations, or if one has knowledge to point me out some helping directions, I will be glad to hear from.
Thanks in advance!
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