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Can a convicted felon become president?

The only requirements for presidency of the U.S.: Being a natural born citizen of the U.S.Being at least 35 years of age.Being a permanent resident of the U.S. for at least 1

I am a convicted felon can I get a cdl license?

Yes Added: There is no prohibition in the law to your getting one. The felony conviction, however, will prevent you from being able to obtain a hazardous materials endorse

Can a convicted felon get a passport?

  Yes, most rights are restored when your sentence is complete. However if the felon is still on probation or parole that may reside with the sentencing court. 

Can a convicted felon live with a child?

Yes as long as the conviction wasn't a child related crime. Then the court would have possibly issued special probation/parole release requirements.

Can a convicted felon do a will?

A convicted felon can, of course, write a will. Their property isn't forfeit after death, unless they owe some particular sum of money. They need to follow all the rules reg

Can convicted felon marry felon on probation?

yes you can get married but the felon on probation will not be allowed around the other felon due to the probation arrangement Update: If you are going to marry a felon, mos

Can a convicted felon marry a felon?

sure Actually, the answer is usually yes, but occassionally, requirements of parole will restrict felons associating with other felons.

Can convicted drug felons get Medicaid?

MedicAid implies that you are referring to a state administered program. You would need to apply in order to determine the qualifications but, yes, you should qualify.

How is life different for a convicted felon?

Convicted felons can't vote. They can't own a gun. If they do, it's a five year prison sentence. Many employers won't hire a convicted felon. They have to be careful not to ge

What can a convicted felon not do?

May not run for public office. Added: May not possess a firearm or explosives (federal law). ALSO: Although most states tend to treat convicted felons in a SOMEWHAT similar