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Apparently they go way back. It doesn't seem to matter if it's 15, 20 years. They went back as far as 21 years for me...and I wasn't trying to work at the register. I applied for stock. Mind you, I currently and have been working with confidential information and cash, cards, etc. at my current job and jobs I've had before. None of my past employers ever had a problem with me working for them, or have they ever had a problem with me taking anything from them. Some even said that I'm a hard worker and a good person. Some people CAN actually learn from prior mistakes and try to do the right things. But people like these people will never let you forget about your past and prove that you can be a trustworthy, solid person and employee.

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Based on my experience you need to be a citizen of the USA. You can be working on your citizenship and still be employed.

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I was offered a job at Wegman's. It sucks big time to be offered a job that you wanted so bad, just to have it taken from you because you genuinely did not know that something on your record was a conviction. I listed what I KNEW was a conviction. But in their eyes, if you do not mention everything, it is being dishonest. Mind you, in my particular case, the charges were 21 and 17 years old. I honestly thought I had only one conviction because I knew something was a Stet or a PBJ, so I thought that they were not serious or convictions. So, there's a possible answer...they went back over 20 years when they pulled my background. Some people make mistakes and try to move past those bad judgments and move on with their lives. I don't have a folder holding documents of things I went to court for from 20 years ago!! I know some people who can't remember things from a week ago...and I'm supposed to remember every little detail about things that happened over 17 years ago? SERIOUSLY?

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