Can someone with felony go to college and get a grant?

Answer As long as you are not currently incarcerated or have a felony drug conviction, you are eligible for aid. And if you were not receiving financial aid during the time you were convicted of a felony... Read More »

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Can someone become a notary with a felony?

In most cases, someone with a criminal record can become a notary, but in some states, those with a felony cannot become a notary. If the applicant has had his civil rights restored, in most cases ... Read More »

Can someone with a felony move to Canada?

In most instances, a person with a felony cannot move to Canada. Canadian law actually takes it further, and also denies entry to any individual convicted of DUI or any other offense that Canada co... Read More »

Can someone be charged with Aiding and abetting a felony crime?

Pay Differences Between Someone With Technical Experience & Someone With a College Degree?

In 2008, U.S. College Search reported that people with a bachelor's degree earned an average of 60 percent more than those with only a high school diploma, and that the difference could add up to a... Read More »