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does the united states have access to records in countries

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does the united states have access to records in countries outside the u.s. if so when are they checked?

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It depends. US does share their criminal records with Interpol for international criminals and does share intelligence with other countries. Is this for immigration?

Customer: replied 6 years ago.
no its not for immigration I'm only a u.s. citizen but Ive lived in israel for most of my life Im wondering If they have access to criminal record there or medical records and when or why would they check them and im 18
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
oh this is for joining the military here
Achi, lama ata roztze nimzta ba hagana americait im yeshlanu zahal?Ani daber ivrit kzat, ve be'met, ani baaretz axshav. (ken, ken, be'met ani orech din americai). Ze ironi - ani choshev she ani rotze nimtza ba-miluim po. The US military will do a background check on internationals who want to join a branch in the US, including FBI, CIA, DIA, and Interpol. If you have a criminal record in Israel, yes, they will know about it. Israel shares its database very closely with the US.

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Edited by Eli on 3/2/2010 at 7:46 AM EST
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Customer: replied 6 years ago.

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like i dont know anyone and i was accused but i was not charged in the end because they deported me before the trail and i basiclly did nothing but i was only 16 so i was afraid so i just admetted to something i didnt do is that still on my israeli record plus it doesnt matter i have to take my chances no other choice but thank u oh it wasnt just me it was me and 2 others and im a female they are males they did it but what can i do now

Customer: replied 6 years ago.

oh i said beglal she ain le ezrakut yesraelet beglal ma shekara yesh li rak amerikaee didnt know it cant read hebrew


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Customer: replied 6 years ago.


So WHAT is on your Israeli record, what type of charge? And is it a charge or a conviction?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
charge wasn't convicted but never mind my mother is still in Israel she said they dropped the charges because lack of evidence and it was assault but i was never convicted because i was deported before plus they never took my finger prints so i should b OK right and thank you
And this is for joining the US military? What branch? Or Zahal?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
the marine corps and i should b ok right? and if i could i would go to zahal but ain ma laasot
Rae et ze: hoshev she ha-kol yehye b'seder.

Edited by Eli on 3/5/2010 at 2:17 AM EST
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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
toda raba harba haslaka bakayim
ein baya. b'hatzlacha.

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