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I have a very old felony conviction and I will soon be marrying a veteran.. Will I be able to go on base with him

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Your best aveune of approach to this issue is to contact the  JAG

(JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL) office in the branch of service where your future spouse serves. A felony conviction has various

restrictions on your life forever, like not being able to purchase a

weapon. However, you might try going the jurisdiction you were convicted and talk with the prosecutor's office and see if your record

can be expunged or set aside. However, the serverity of the felony

conviction will certainly be a factor in the process. Good Luck


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