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What jobs in the criminal justice fields can I have if i have a felony?

A:  You wrote: “…I have a felony(possession of stolen property) from when i was a minor…” If you were convicted as a juvenile before your 18th birthday, that record is not available as part of a background search. If you were convicted as an adult, there are no criminal justice jobs available to you. - Stuart Any law Enforcement criminal background investigation will reveal your juvenile offenses as well as any adult ones....

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Will a misdemeanor charge of theft of trade secrets from 2002 bar me from finding a job in the criminal Justic

A:  Depending on where you live it may matter. Most states have regulations on criminal background criteria. A misdemeanor may prevent you from obtaining a position with some organizations such as the FBI. Contact your local legislation or look into the position your most interested in and see what criteria they look at. Each state has a website available for information including employment. If that does not work call an attorney, most will answer question at no charge, explain your situation and what position you hope to get when you graduate and ask them. I am sure an attorney will have knowledge of laws, especially labor attorneys. Of call your local labor board. There are endless options for research. Good luck...

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Naturalization - am I eligible?

A:  Hi all, I need to determine if I''m eligible to apply for naturalization. I''ve read the rules carefully and I meet all the requirement except for one gray area: I was granted my green card in Jan 18, 2000 through the diversity visa program while I was in my final year of a Bachelor of Science degree in Australia (I''m an Australian citizen). I travelled to the US to obtain my greencard and visit my grandparents and returned to Australia to finish my degree. I spent 283 in Australia before returning to the US permanently. My direct family (parents/sister) also resided in Australia. This puts me in the class of "between 6 months and 1 year exceptions". I''ve read a variety of opinions on this situation and they vary from "it''s a toss up" to "you''ll have to prove...

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Can I divorce in FL for marriage overseas?

A:  You file where you live, and that's Florida, provided you have met the residency requirements. If the house is not in Florida, FL likely can't order it sold. It doesn't matter where you got married. If you meet FL's residency requirements, you can file in FL. Consult with a local family law attorney. "If the house is not in Florida, FL likely can't order it sold." Assuming the FL court has jurisdiction over the persons who own the house, it can order them to sell it regardless of where it's located, and it can punish those persons if they refuse to abide by the order. Whether that order would be enforced by a court in the jurisdiction where the house is located depends on the laws of that...

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Transition to civilian job. tactical aircraft maintenance?

A:  To go from working on aircraft in the Air Force to working on Aircraft in the civilian world, you will need an A&P certification ( Airframe and power plant). otherwise , you would not be able to get a job working on aircraft. so while your in Tac Aircraft Maintenance in the USAF, you will get a lot of good training, after your training and a few years on the job, you can either try to take come courses on your free time, or use the GI Bill when you get out, to do what you need to get certified. Both the first answers were correct. In avionics most jobs will not require a license but, all the work must be certified. Having an FCC certification will allow you to get those

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will a credit card effect a home loan approval?

A:  To have a credit score you need at least one item with six months history and been reported within the last six months (even if just a collection account) You should pursue a true secured credit card that does not pull your credit report and does report to all the national credit bureaus. Then maintain when you can a balance of $1 to 10% of the credit limit. When you get your statement pay the small balance and charge another $1 to 10%. Doing this will further maximize your credit score potential. After six months you will have a credit score and things should continue to improve over time. If you currently have no credit score, then after six months you will have a credit score and things should continue to improve over time. If you have a credit score now once the new credit card...

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SSI Disabilty and Religous freedom?

A:  No, No , No to All . How often are you sent an evaluation Questionnaire ? If Schizophrenia is in your Diagnoses , you should not need to worry . If at some point SSA wants you re-evaluated , they will send yo to a Dr''s. Office they deal with . WA State Have not been sent a questionair , not since I was accepted in 2 3. And yes schizophrenia was my diagnosis ( I believe Schizoaffective is considered the same , but with ''bi polar'' as a secondary '' condition'' ) I am very thankful for the answer , this has been bothering me for some time . I would honestly love to beable to get into the workforce , though with my qualifications ( simply a washington state GED ) Very little is open to me , and mostly places where I work with teens that are in highschool ( Bad ) I did not start my adulthood...

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Being taken to court for small court debt

A:  "They said." "They said" "They said" But what did they write? Does your loan contract or course enrollment GUARANTEE IN WRITING that they'll find you a job? I'm guessing no. Besides, they did find you a job and you lost it. Even if you were even remotely able to hold them to a verbal agreement, they complied with it by finding you the first job. Sorry, but you need to figure out a way to pay the bill before they take you to court. In court the are likely to win and add court costs and lawyers fees to the amount you owe.  ...

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german bank

A:  The bank can sue you for repayment and apply for an acknowledgement of a German judgement in the U.S. If such approval is granted a judgement would be enforcable in the U.S.. However, this takes quite a long time and costs (which you would have to pay in the end)....

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Can i go to the usa for holiday with a criminal record?

A:  Don''t listen to anyone who tells you that you are permanently banned from the United States. Now, Arson is categorically a CIMT (Crime Involving Moral Turpitude), but if you were under 18 at the time, you will be allowed entry (trust me, I''m speaking from a VERY recent experience). If you were an adult, a waiver will definitely be needed. You are effectively barred from the VWP program and must apply for a US B2 visa if you want to visit.Your criminal record will come up upon entry when entering the US. Z is right... they won''t let you in. You can check with the US Embassy, but I''m 99% sure you will not be allowed to enter. With a criminal record, you will not be permitted in the US. you need a pardon brother...