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Obtaining the job you want with a criminal record can be frustrating. With more than 80% of employers performing background checks to meet increasing insurance requirements, a person with a criminal record is at a disadvantage. Having a record expunged or sealed can help by clearing your record from background checks and allowing you to answer "no" when asked if convicted of a crime.

If you are not eligible for expungement or record sealing, there are organizations that assist those with criminal records obtain employment. Below is a list of organizations

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    • Mathew Higbee says:

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  3. Hazel Grew says:

    I was searching for info on this topic and i was lucky to find your site. I will also send this website to my friend so he can also read it and get his record removed

    • Mathew Higbee, Esq says:

      Thank you. If your friend needs help in a state not listed on the site yet, please let me know and I will provide a good recommendation.

  4. How gratifying it is to find an honest source like Record Clearing whose objective is to be helpful to ex-inmates
    who are on the defensive as soon as they re-enter society.
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    • Mathew Higbee, Esq says:

      Thank you for the kind words. There is much more to come. Please keep checking back and refer anyone you think who can use the information.

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  6. Irving Zappala says:

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  8. Christian Louboutin says:

    Nice content. Thank you for your information.

  9. Densie Greco says:

    I am a disabled woman I have applied for an apartment at a 55 an older senior community in Ormond beach Florida and i was denied approval due to court records dating back over 10 years ago in regards to harassing phone calls that my child was making and worthless checks due to confusion of a divorce that was not properly handled.
    Finding a Job and a residence is tough when you cannot understand how to have manners on the telephone because of being sick and grieving death of relatives..No Love. For mankind..I pray peace…

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