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HelloThis is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.What you have is a Pardon with full restitution to your Second Amendment per the Louisiana law. I suggest, if you did not then follow up by Petitioning the court of conviction for an expungment of the court record and a sealing of any arrest records, your conviction is still going to appear on a federal background check. And in that regard, you would be denied because of the conviction.Therefore, you need to petition for the expungment and sealing, if you have not.
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HERE is a LINK for the Expungment forms available online from the Louisiana courts. But you can also get the packet from the clerk of the court where you were convicted and that is where the Petition must be filed.
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