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Were you arrested and then all charges were dropped and you were never convicted? If you are looking to apply for the GOES program (typically for international travelers) or the TSA Precheck program (GOES costs $15 more for the application fee and includes Precheck status, if approved, as well), you must disclose any arrests within the last 10 years, even if the charges were dropped (you would need proof of the charges being dropped) when you fill out the application and when you're interviewed in person, and it may not mean an 'automatic' disqualification, but it's up to the TSA interviewer and your criminal background check, when you would be approved for the program(s) or not.
Please keep in mind that:
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You never know, unless you try, but keep in mind that the application fee ($100 for GOES and $85 for TSA Precheck) are non-refundable.
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If the charges were dropped you should have no issues with applying and being able to get approval for tsa precheck.
But no there should be no issues since charges were dropped so you were not found guilty of a felony.
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