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FAQ: How should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the CO Commission

How should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the CO Commission

You will disclose any prior criminal activity through your fingerprinting and background check, plus on the broker license application. If you answer “yes” to any of the background questions, you will be asked to submit additional documentation to help the Commissions assess your character.Depending on your answers, this could include a court case disposition, case action summary, arrest report, a signed statement about the violation’s circumstances, a signed statement from your Colorado employing broker, and letters of recommendation.

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What offenses would disqualify me from receiving a CO Broker License?

Colorado’s statutory mandates say that applicants must show a history of truthfulness, honesty, and good moral character. If you are uncertain if any past crimes or convictions may impact your ability to receive a Colorado broker license, you can request from the Commission a preliminary advisory opinion.

How should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the CO Commission

You will disclose any prior criminal activity through your fingerprinting and background check, plus on the broker license application.

When should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the Commission?

You will disclose any prior criminal activity through your fingerprinting and background check, plus on the broker license application. If you have any questions about if your application will be denied based on your history, you can request the Commission issue a preliminary advisory opinion.

Can I get my Colorado broker license if I have a prior conviction?

Colorado will not permit a broker license if you have been convicted of any crime that shows an indication of poor moral character. You can request the Commission issue a preliminary advisory opinion regarding any past criminal convictions or professional conduct judgments.

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