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 what is looked at in a federal background check?

Answer The crime a person commits may come back to haunt him when he least expects it. It may have been years, even decades ago, but records still exist and may be accessed at any time in a federal backgr... Read More »
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What is a federal background check?

A federal background check is an FBI identification record that contains a list of an individual's criminal history. The record is from an individual's fingerprint submissions made from arrests, fe... Read More »
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How long does a misdemeanor bad check charge in North Carolina show on a criminal background check?

In North Carolina, a misdemeanor charge remains on your criminal record unless removed--or expunged--by the court. Criteria for consideration include your age when the crime was committed (must be ... Read More »
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What is an FBI background check?

The Federal Bureau of Investigation maintains the National Crime Information Center. The database of criminal justice information includes criminal history, missing persons and fugitives. Some jobs... Read More »
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What is a DEA background check?

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) conducts background checks on its employees. This check includes a criminal scan, credit check and interviews with friends, co-workers and neighbors. ... Read More »
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