Will dui show up on fbi rap sheet
Yes it will show up. DUIs can not be expunged from your record and stay on your record for life. A DUI conviction alone does not disqualify you from working with seniors, but each employer has their own requirements/standards for employment. My best advice would be to be honest on your application and let the potential employer know all of the steps you took, including treatment, after you were convicted.
Yes, it will show up. Be sure to disclose it. It's not an automatic bar to working with seniors, but the employer is free to make their own policies. If the job involves driving people around, it may be a big problem. Much will depend on the age of the conviction and the steps you took to address the issue.
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A DUI will show up on your FBI background check and your BMV background for the rest of your life. DUI/OVI convictions are not expungeable. I am not aware of any senior related career field that a DUI will automatically bar you from performing. However, if you are looking to get a job driving seniors around or a job that would require a commercial driver's license or chaufers license then you may have some trouble. Even if a DUI is not an automatic bar from working with seniors employers may still consider the DUI and decline a job offer or could terminate you from your employment for the conviction. If you are currently charged with an alcohol related traffic incident I would strongly suggest you retain a good DUI attorney who can assist you with trying to avoid the issue all together. Good luck.
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The DUI will show on your record. DUI charges are not an automatic bar to working with seniors. The charge could, however, cause some employers concern in hiring. Unfortunately, a DUI cannot be expunged and you may have to deal with it in the hiring process.
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