Okay, here is my weird/crazy story:
I'm a foreign citizen, and when I first applied for my RN license in the US I disclosed a "misdemeanor" that took place abroad, and got a stipulated license for the first few months. Since then, I found out that this "misdemeanor" was never actually even considered a conviction in the country it occurred in, and I'm not considered to have a criminal background abroad. During that original licensure I was confused about the terminology and wanted to be extra safe. Since I had to pay a fine I had assumed it would count as a conviction.
Now I'm considering moving to another state and transferring my license. So now I'm debating whether or not to disclose this incident again. I'm certain that if I had not disclosed it originally, it would never have come up. However, I'm afraid that it will come up now when I transfer my license, since I did disclose it to the original Board of Nursing. I would very much prefer to avoid the hazzle of obtaining any documents from abroad regarding this old incident, having them translated, and prolonging the licensure process, especially since as I said my record abroad is indeed clean.
I feel like I created a criminal history for myself that I didn't actually have!! Any suggestions?