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Can I get into college with a HiSET?

Can I get into college with a HiSET?

2. Can I get into college with a HSE credential? Yes. Most community colleges, trade schools, and four-year colleges accept your HSE credential.

Can a felon join the Navy?

The Navy will accept felons in certain cases. Any violation that is considered a felony has to receive an approved waiver from Headquarters Navy Recruiting in order for an individual to enlist. Felony waivers, though, even waivers involving juvenile felonies, are rarely authorized.

What will disqualify you from the Navy?

If you have been convicted of a felony as an adult or a juvenile for offenses involving violence, domestic violence, illegal drugs, or sexual misconduct, you will be disqualified from serving in the Navy.

Can a 40 year old join the military?

The Army has raised the enlistment age to 42 (for Active Duty, Reserves, and Army National Guard), made possible under provisions of the Fiscal Year 2006 National Defense Authorization Act. More than 1,000 men and women over age 35 have already enlisted since the Army and Army Reserve raised their age limits to age 40.

What charges will disqualify you from the army?

Criminal or malicious mischief (less than $500 fine or restitution or confinement). Desecration of the American flag. Desecration of a grave. Domestic battery/violence, not considered Lautenberg Amendment (Note: The Army classifies this as a serious offense, even if charged/convicted as a misdemeanor.

Can a felon go on a cruise?

Short Answer: Yes, a felon can go on a cruise but not all types of cruises. It depends on the type of cruise and what the destinations, or ports you will be visiting while on the cruise ship. Not all ports and countries will allow US felons on their soil or waterways.

Can a felon ever regain gun rights?

If you were convicted of a qualifying felony wobbler, you can regain your gun rights by reducing your California felony to a misdemeanor. For the most part, qualifying wobblers are those for which you were sentenced to county jail and/or probation.

Can I travel to Japan if I’m a felon?

Japan has the strictest laws of almost all nations regarding felons’ entry to their country. In Japan, the law prohibits most felonies and many misdemeanors regardless of the length of stay or the purpose of the visit. Even those felon travelers who arrive with a passport and a visa are not allowed entry.

Can felons get passports in the US?

A person with a felony conviction is not automatically disqualified from getting a U.S. passport. Remember that a passport is not a ticket to travel. The rules in this country preclude only felons who committed international drug trafficking from getting a passport.

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