Emergency medical technicians (EMT) are often the first ones on-site
in life-threatening emergencies. As a professional, your passion is saving
lives. You’ve spent countless hours preparing for your career as an EMT, but
mistakes from your past could be threatening your future. If you have criminal
convictions on your record, your EMT certification could be denied and require
you to work with application appeal lawyers.
can cause your certification to be denied?
To become an EMT, applicants must be certified by the National
Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT). If your past presents you as an
unreliable individual who consistently does not obey the law, you could be at
risk for certification denial. Even if your conviction was minor, you might
need professional license defense from lawyers like those at Unlock Legal to seal
Convicted of a
Crimes regarding assault, use of a dangerous weapon, abuse, robbery,
burglary, and felony can result in the denial of your EMT certifications. As a
first responder, you may be thrown into unpredictable situations. NREMT has to
guarantee that it’s licensed professionals can handle any emergency thrown at
crimes do not convey good, moral character. Even if you have these
convictions, you still have a chance to appeal with the help of
our Unlock Legal team.
Crime Related to
Crimes from your past involving danger to other people can result in
denial of your EMT certification. On a daily basis, EMTs work with people from
all different backgrounds. In the midst of a crisis, an EMT must demonstrate
professionalism and dedication to their duty. NREMT must ensure that all
certified EMTs can be trusted to act ethically in all situations.
Are you hoping to become an EMT but are afraid
that you won’t be able to become certified because of a past criminal
conviction? Unlock Legal can help. We are professional
license attorneys with experience helping professional license applicants get
their dream jobs despite past mistakes. Give us a call at 949-268-2857 or email
to see how we can help you unlock your license. A license denial doesn’t have to be
the end of your career. Your journey to certification starts with a quick