construction worker from orange countyUpon expungement of your criminal record, applying for a job is easy. No longer will you fear background checks, and you you can apply to any job with confidence. You become eligible to apply for professional licenses like a contractor’s license, real estate licenses, medical licenses and nursing licenses. Alos you can honestly say you were never convicted of a crime. In California however, there are certain jobs that can view a sealed record; mostly government jobs and jobs with children. Refer to the California page for more details on record sealing and expungement. Below are some benefits you can expect to see when you have your Orange County criminal record expunged.

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  • Tell employers that you have not been convicted of a felony
  • Become eligible for student loans and apply for credit
  • Become eligible for housing assistance
  • Become eligible for professional licenses and certificates in
  • Tell friends and family you were not convicted of a felony
  • To stop the embarrassment and fear of background checks being performed on you.

Making the Investment of Expunging Your Criminal Record

hundred dollar bills fanned outExpunging or sealing your Orange County record is an investment in your future. The expense associated with it may seem large at the moment, but like all investments, you need to look at the longterm view. For instance, let’s say the cost to expunge a felony is $1000. That may seem expensive right now. But, if it means you get a job in 1 month as opposed to six months, it can mean the difference between making $10,000 in 6 months or $2,000 in six months. So, even at minimum wage, coming up with the $1000 now can lead to an extra $8,000 over 6 months— that is an investment any investor or stock broker run to. The cost-benefit analysis is even more persuasive if you look at the potential return over a lifetime. Sealing or expunging your Orange County record is an investment you must make.