maybe if you lie, and then pray they don't do a background check, kinda depends on what you did and if you served serious time
You do not have to lie and pray. Although praying is good. You have to be honest and willing to do whatever the board of nursing requires. I am quite positive that if the felony is violent against another person that you can not become a nurse, however, it may depend on the length of time passed, and exactly what it was. You would need to check with the board in your state. And the school, the board and any employer WILL do a background check, so lying will do you absolutely no good and will ensure the answer of the board will be NO. Everyone and I mean everyone makes mistakes, some get caught while others who spout off nonsense have not been caught! So hold your head high, face the board and be honest. A felony does not have to rule your future and does not mean you are a bad person! So you above should look up regs before spouting
No. You will need to be fingerprinted and pass an FBI background check in order to get your degree and become a nurse in NY.
No, if you're a convicted felon in the state of New York, you cannot become a licensed registered nurse. However, in some circumstances you can fight for your right to become a nurse, even with a felony record. However, in order to fight it, the crime you were committed of cannot be violent.
yes a felon can become an attorney according to the famous judge mathis he used to be a felon.
no a felon cannot become a dental assistant
Anybody can become a felon if you do a certain crime....
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No, a convicted felon can not be licensed as a nurse in Florida if they were convicted within 15 years of filing. The licensing board has the discretion of approving or denying any application.
It is not likely for a felon to become a firefighter in the state of California. The state will not take a risk to put a felon in a position of public safety.
The single only way to become an ex-felon is to be acquitted of the charges. The term ex-felon is almost always misused. It DOES NOT mean a felon who is now out of prison. Once you are a felon, you are ALWAYS a felon unless you are acquitted, which means that you are, at some point after being found guilty, proven to be innocent.
Someone should become a nurse because they want to. Nobody should become a nurse if they do not want to.
They also become a felon and go to prison.
You have to study alot and pass tests of knoledge to even become a unemployed nurse...nevertheless a nurse with a job that has to do even more. To become a nurse it take about 2 or 3 years to become a nurse.
A convicted felon can become an architect. Felons are prohibited from working in many different government jobs and voting.
Yes, a felon can become a pharmacist. If a person can graduate pharmacy school and get a degree, then they are eligible to apply for any job.
First is becoming a registered nurse, then comes the specialty.