I have worked on my application for close to a year for a direct accession position. I had to submit a moral waiver for something that happened when I was 18 (now 27). DCC and BOLC were to be completed this winter and I was to report in January. I was boarded in November, and everything looked great until my healthcare recruiter told me there was a problem with my waiver. I spoke with the director of the program who also said I will not be able to make it to both DCC and BOLC and if the waiver is not completed by June, will not be able to start school and could take as long as 13 months. Whereas, prior to November, it was not an issue.
My question is, Why would one waiver need several months for a decision? Is that common? Is it a bad sign? I was told that it would not be an issue and they were 98% sure it would be granted. However, I would really like to do BOLC and DCC first before starting school.
In addition, I was told all 19 of us who are civilians, commissioning, will not be able to attend DCC or BOLC. Is this because we are all being scrolled together, and I am holding up the scrolling process?
Thank you for your time and input.