can i enter the philippines with a drug conviction
As long as you didn't receive the conviction while receiving students loans previously, you are fine.
If the drug conviction is for use or possession, possibly; if it is for distribution, unlikely.
It may be considered a terrorist conviction.
can i enter thailand with a drug conviction and served one year jail time for the crime
If you were charged and found not guilty, then it should not matter.
It might be a terrorist conviction.
There is no statute of limitations on a felony drug conviction. You were charged and convicted. It is a part of your record forever.
Not in most cases. If the drug conviction was a misdemeanor than yes, and only if it's an old conviction -- not less than 7 years. If you were convicted more recently for personal possession (misdemeanor), you may be required to proved you have completed or are in a drug treatment program.
Minor (misdemeanor) drug offenses are not crimes involving moral turpitude, but major drug offenses are, such as drug trafficking.
maybe not the best idea?
Not if you have a drug conviction, ironic right!
Yes you can. I guess it varies state to state, but as long as the felony conviction is not a drug distribution charge you should qualify.
No, a drug conviction will not automatically prevent a person from being employed in the mortgage industry. Each company has their requirements that a person must meet to be hired.
yes you can lend but you cant borrow
They are a Permanent Record.
In Kansas, there is a statute of limitations for a felony with drug conviction. The statute of limitations have a grid that divides crimes by severity level and categorizes defendants by their prior criminal records.
I have a firm conviction that a good educational system is the best thing for any society. His conviction on drug possession charges ruined his chances for graduating with his class.
It is possible to get a passport even with a felony conviction. However, if a person has unpaid federal loans, a felony drug conviction, or problems in child support cases, a passport may be denied.
Domestic violence or drug conviction.
Forever unless you obtain a lawyer to get it expunged. It is a conviction.
Your drug conviction should not be a bar to Medicaid eligibility. You should be able to get Medicaid based on your pregnancy, assuming you meet the other eligibility factors including citizenship and limited income/assets.