back ground check report
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its a telecommunication company. so will his record still show it even if it was a conditional ischarge he finished alreasdy?jonno wrote: ↑Apr 29th, 2008 11:46 pmHmm Fraud is sketchy business.
It really depends on what type of institution he is working for. I think it's safe to say that any financial institution would not hire you if they discovered you were charged with fraud. Most times it's based on discretion, but I think he might have a few issues unfortunately
Apr 30th, 2008 12:45 am
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Entering the US is not always that easy. If the US receives notification of the conviction within the one year period, they do not care if it was discharged. You will still be hassled.rborek wrote: ↑Apr 30th, 2008 12:45 amIn a conditional discharge, the conviction is erased as soon as the conditions are finished - or at least they should be. Best to check to make sure it has been erased.
With a conditional discharge, the conviction is completely erased - its as if the conviction never happened (which means you can cross the border into the US, as you don't have a criminal record). This is different than a pardon, where the conviction still stands but it cannot be held against you for employment, etc.
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Just have him be honest with his employer, and have him ask that he has has had a conditional discharge, but not sure how to enter it as if he has a criminal record or not (don't have him mention what it's for though). A background check is important especially if he is in a position where he has tons of personal info. The fact that his conviction was fraud may be a big problem, so he needs to be upfront about it.olddog wrote: ↑Apr 30th, 2008 6:47 pmhe did excellent on the interview and most likely will get the job. but we are scared he will be declined after the background checkhe case of a background check, he will check that he has no criminal record because upon completion of a conditional discharge, they is no record. but this dischagre on his record will be hard to explain to the employer.
should he tell them ahead of time when they request authorization for a background check?
also, shouldn't they skip a background check since he is just transferring to a higher position within the same company?