I am studying to become a registered nurse in CA, and had a federal case of marriage fraud. My case was dismissed after community service, but want to know if a background check is done can my future employer see my record?
There is no such thing as expungement in federal court. If the record of the marriage fraud case is visible now, it will always be visible to a future employer. Good luck to you.
You cannot expunge federal cases. Your future employer will be able to see this matter if it exists.
ANDREW ROBERTS CRIMINAL, DUI AND TRAFFIC TICKET DEFENSE ATTORNEY
Yes a potential employer can see your federal record if he can get access to it. He may have to hire a background company to do the checks that need to be done.
They will always see a Federal conviction on a licensing application. How long ago did it happen? What were the facts (not to be answered here, but with an attorney)?
Your best bet is to talk to a licensing attorney. I will reclassify your question.
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