yes I think
No. Convicted felons may join the military (in limited cases), however only after the completion of their sentence and they have been released from custody. Parole is still a form of custody, and the sentence is not complete until the parolee is discharged.
what is the oldest age to enlist in the armed services as medical personal
Yes, there is no law prohibiting who can or can't join the NRA...however, an felon cannot own firearms (under most circumstances).
Probably not. You'll want to check with a recruiter for a sure answer.
You would have to speak to a recruiter to determine if you were eligible to enlist on a waiver.
Only in theory. In practice, your likelihood of being able to get waivered in is practically nil.
You do not need a high school diploma to join the armed forces. Upon recruitment, the armed services provide you with the training you will need to serve in the branch of the military.
You do Not have to join the USA armed forces. There is no draft. If you are a man, you do have to register for the draft when you are 18, but, you do Not have to join the armed forces if you do not want to.
No. A convicted felon may not have a firearm in their possession, and most police academies include a course on firearms handling and proficiency.
It is the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB).Viper1
Maybe. Depends on the state of their addiction, and if the addiction resulted in a criminal record.
A convicted felon cant own a firearm in the United States.I guess you could try to join the Army?........--------------------------------------------Added: In SOME states felons convicted of statecrimes can gain partial restoration of firearms privileges. However Federally convicted felons can NEVER regain firearms privileges. Congress has continuously failed to fund any federal process by which federally convicted felons can do so.----------------------------------------------Forget about joining the Army, they do not take felons.
The proper way to join Freemasonry, is to ask a current Mason for a petition to join. This person needs to know you a bit first. Then the Mason who petitions for you to join will contact his organization., They will send three people to interview you. You must believe in a Supreme Being, and NOT be a convicted felon, in order to join Freemasonry.
The only way you would be an "ex-felon" is if your conviction was overturned. Otherwise, you are - and will always be - a felon. Some offences you could be waivered in for. That policy may or may not have changed. You would need to speak to a recruiter to get a definitive answer.
Yes, any Irish or commonwealth national can join the British armed services, although an oath to HM the Queen is mandatory.
no, unless recruited
No. It would be highly unusual for this to occur. That being said, there are cybercriminals, who have been rehabilitated, now working for the military (debugging computers, programming code, and the like).
They cant If you have a criminal back ground you can't join the military.
The only way you can get this answered is to speak with the recruiter of the service branch you wish to join. Some branches of the military will overlook certain non-violent offenses, but it is on a case-by-case basis.
Thats somewhat of a double entendre isn't it? The Army IS the low class of the armed services. You can't do anything else...join the Army.
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