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    Hi looking for advise, recently applied for a cadet position and have been asked for a criminal record check. Is everyone that applied for a cadet position asked for this or only those that pass what the company are looking for in the online application?

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    Originally posted by Cammyrutherford View Post
    Hi looking for advise, recently applied for a cadet position and have been asked for a criminal record check. Is everyone that applied for a cadet position asked for this or only those that pass what the company are looking for in the online application?
    Everyone will be asked I'd imagine, some companies want a criminal record check before they decide on an applicant.

    Which company is it?

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    • #3
      Not every company asks for this but even the ones that don?t often require a US visa etc which requires a criminal check of some sort so they are probably just covering themselves. Companies such as RFA, PNTL (or whatever they are called now) will require more in depth checks.
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      • #4
        As above it is due to the requirement for a US visa for a lot of companies. The Americans are funny about this sort of thing. If you have a record and don't disclose it then it will come to light when you apply for a US Visa so as well to be up front. If you do have a record this does not necessarily bar you from getting a visa or the cadetship but it really depends what the crime was. So the question is....what did you do?

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        • #5
          Same as above, depends on a lot of things. If they are asking for a DBS then it will only be a basic check (only unspent convictions will show). However if you do need a Us Visa then this is slightly different, you need an immigration version and if you have a conviction you will end up being found during the visa process.

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