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If a criminal matter is disclosed, what documents must be submitted?

It is best to request the entire file from the court and submit all the documents to NFA. NFA will probably request additional documents from you if your documents do not reflect all of the following information: 

  • The complaint
  • Your entry of a plea or plea agreement, or judgement/conviction
  • The sentence
  • Proof that you completely satisfied your sentence
  • The final outcome of the court's action  

You should always submit a notarized statement to NFA that describes, in your words, the circumstances surrounding the arrest.

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