Hello all. I have graduated from my nursing program and applied for NCLEX with a criminal background. I sent in all of the required paperwork and the enforcement officer told me that my file "was sent to management for review due to the nature of my convictions." Now I have 5 previous misdemeanor convictions, all of which have been legally expunged. The last arrest I had was in 2011, so 7 years ago. Since then I was in a 6 month intensive rehab program and then a transitional living house. I provided letters from teachers, my employer, my sponsor, etc. I got my nursing assistant certificate through the state and have been working for over three years while going to school full time. None of my convictions were drug convictions or violent convictions...I did have 2 DUIs and some theft related charges due to drinking. Again, every one of my charges has been legally expunged, I have had no legal problems for over 7 years, and I have been working in a hospital with no issues for the past 3 years as a nursing assistant.Does anyone have any experience with the BRN and their process for past convictions? Is it standard protocol that my file has been sent to management for review or am I screwed?I just can't imagine pouring my life and soul into this for the past 6 years just to be denied the chance to sit for NCLEX.Thank you for your input.