Can a convicted felon become a certified medical coder in the state of Florida?
To the best of my knowledge this occupation is not licensed or regulated by the state, but there is no way to answer this question. Private employers set their own criteria for hiring employees.
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No, there's no way the state that you or anybody's living in wouldlet you acquire a State License for the trade or career coursesyou're interested in. I already tried for real… estate and mortgagebroker. Also, i spoke to an attorney and he said i couldn't get alicense for massage therapy or cosmetology. Sorry for being anegative Nancy but it's true. We're screwed! 07/24/09- Acutally it is governed by individual state laws. In somestates, yes absolutely. Florida has very strict laws regardingconvicted felons. Iowa, TN, and some other however do not. For moreinformation go to adha.org. There is a diagram there that showseach state and the guidlines required. Good Luck 3/12/2011 In Florida you can get your civil rights restored. When you getyour civil rights restored you can work in public office, receivestate licenses, regain your right to vote e.t.c..... Thewebsite for this application is aclufl.org.
I live in Kentucky, and I am also a convicted felon. My felony charge was 9 years ago. Last year I wanted to go to school to be and EMT. The technical college that I wanted to… enroll in does a background check, and if you have any infractions, they will not enroll you for any medical courses. I know this is discouraging, but it is what we have to try to get around. Currently I am applying for a pardon from the governor, but there is about a .5% chance that I will be approved..
It depends. A license to do WHAT?
If a convicted felon in Florida goes to college can they earn a degree or become certified at any profession?
Contingent upon the felony, you may be required to seek court approval.\n. \nWithin certain careers, such as Accounting, Business, or Law, if convicted of a federal offense, …you will lose your license and degree. In the case of Accountants, embezzlement or tax fraud will result in the loss of your CPA License, degree, and the ability to seek employment in the industry in the future. In Business, you may be denied a license to operate a business or be refused work in business management if you violate labor laws, embezzle, or commit insurance fraud.
No they cannot.
EMT's are generally governed by a state commission. While rules vary from state to state, most frown on convicted felons becoming certified as EMT's. Some commissions will tre…at it on a case by case basis. Generally, if you are a violent felon your chances are very slim.
I am a convicted felon and I am teaching in 2 florida community colleges. However, my crime was not a crime of "moral turpitude". Most felonies are, and crimes of moral turpit…ude will exclude you from teaching in Florida.
Yes and no. While If you were convicted of a felony you may not receive Federal Student Aid. However, most employers will not hire anyone who has been convicted of a Felony wi…thin a 10 year period. Some employers (with regards to state law) have the right to do a FBI Background check preemployment.
Bail bonding is basically a money lending enterprise, and I am unfamiliar with what state laws, licenses or rquirements may be to engage in it. Simplest thing would be to cont…act the office of the Secretary of State and inquire.
Does the felon have the ability? Yes. There are certainly ways this can be accomplished. And, anyone can certainly enter into marriage with just about anyone in the US (with e…xceptions to same genders in most states). However, the marriage will not afford any form of protections for the undocumented spouse. There is also something else to consider: illegal status with immigration in the US is considered a felony. As such, the convicted felon, if on parole, would be prohibited by parole stipulations from even having contact with a person in such status.
yes but check with your parole officer and prospective employer who may not hire you
In State Laws
Not a chance, in Florida or any other state.
The purpose of a Certified Medical Coder is to retrieve and assign accurate coding on medical claims to generate claims for payment. Claims are then submitted to the patient …or CMS or the commercial payer.
In State Laws
No, but there are several federal laws that control distribution of prescription pain medications. No one may interfere with the legal and legitimate treatment of a patient by… his doctor. Any patient!