First, congratulations on actually going through the process of cleaning up your adult record. Too many people don't that the time and effort to follow through. You use the term "sealed" for your adult record. I'm not sure that is the proper terminology. You either filed an expunction (Which is a complete erasing of all of your criminal records following a dismissal or an acquittal) or you filed a petition for non-disclosure (Which is the process of hiding your records following a successful completion of Deferred Adjudication). The difference is important. An expunction, if done correctly, should prevent anyone from knowing about your adult criminal history. A petition for non-disclosure will not hide your records from a state or governmental agency. As for the juvenile record, although those records are stored differently and are much more difficult to find, you should still take the time to pursue sealing those records (Yes, that is the proper terminology for cleaning up juvenile records).