Yes, I have been bonded before.
A DUI can make it difficult to get bonded, but will not keep you from being bonded. It is up to the insurance agency whether they will bond you or not and if they do, it will probably be more expensive.
What effect will a five year old bankruptcy have on getting bonded that requires a credit check?
The first important step is to get licensed. You must meet all the requirements for getting bonded. Then find a bond producer in order to get bonded.
Most, yes. You should ask the installer before he performs the job if he is bonded.
You do need to bonded to work for a house cleaning job. It looks better and you have a higher sucess rate of getting jobs.
You do not have to be bonded, but if you want to be successful in your career as a caregiver, getting bonded is highly recommended. Given the high statistics of elder abuse, families are skeptical about hiring caregivers who are not bonded. If you go through a licensed, bonded and insured home care agency, then you have nothing to worry about it. However, as a private caregiver, this is something you should seriously consider if you want to win someone's trust.
If you are starting your own small photography business you shouldn't need to be bonded. When you get larger (if you get large enough) you may wish to consider some sort of professional liability insurance, but I've never known of a professional photographer to be bonded or have such insurance. Good luck.
No. If it were an ester group the C=O would be bonded to an O before being bonded to a methyl group. However the C=O is bonded directly to a methyl group. So if anything it is a ketone. But I'm not sure if it's even that because the C=O is bonded to a N on the other side...