Can you go to Amsterdam with a criminal record?
Generally speaking, yes you may visit the Netherlands with a criminal record, however, it is best to check with the state department of your country of origin or the Dutch Embassy if you have a record with serious infractions just to be sure. If you have minor offenses such as misdemeanors in the United States you likely have nothing to worry about.
Time in custody does not go on a criminal record. Your criminal record shows what you were convicted of and when, not what the punishment was. A conviction of a crime as a juvenile generally doesn't go on a lifetime criminal record. Instead, it is usually held in a sealed record. However, it is sometimes required that the juvenile petition that the record be sealed upon his/her 18th birthday. This depends on the state.
What kind of "record" are you asking about. If it is your driving record - traffic offenses do not "go away" upon your turning 18. They are with you for life. It is only criminal offenses that are "shielded" after you turn 18. If it is a criminal record - go to the Clerk of The Court's Office and advise them that there is a juvenile criminal offense showing on your adult record.
felenoy charges never go away that's just it they're on your criminal record,you can pay to have your criminal record sealed so that when employers look at your criminal history it won't come up,usually costs around $300 depending on the lawyer,call around your area and ask how much it would be to have your criminal record sealed
Forever, if a "legal" adult (depending on the state, NC if you are a second older than the age of 16, you are no longer considered a juvenile on your criminal record). It is only a myth that convictions go away on your criminal record. Any and everything you are ever charged with will stay on your criminal record, even if found not guilty or if the charge is dismissed. It will state so on…