@luke-maslany Please send me a DM or email with your primary email on file and ID number. I will check on your endorsement for you.
> luke-maslany (Newcomer I) posted a new reply in Certifications on 01-31-2019
> Hmm... It has now been 112 days since I submitted my application.
Congratulations! You now qualify for the "longest wait to get endorsed" badge!
(Oh, by the way: you may have to wait a while before you get it ...)
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haha sorry but that's not how it works...I dont think anyone would feel comfortable saying "Yes they all go into the same queue, this guy named Martin from a ISC2 thread said so". @amandavanceISC2 care to throw some helpful input into this question? Do all certification endorsements go into the same queue?
I'm currently going through the endorsement process for the third time (CISSP, CCSP and now ISSEP). Various interactions I've had with ISC2 staff and other members in relation to the endorsement process (or more specifically delays in the process) have led me (and others) to the understanding there is a single queue.
The only written reference I can link by someone official is in this post by @SamanthaO_isc2:
@datcomputerdude To confirm, there is only one queue that all endorsements go into. The endorsements are processed in the order in which they were received.