that's what i heard also.cloutier wrote:supposedly things outside of like...murder, robbery and other capital offences aren't shown on anyones exterior record. meaning the us wouldn't know about some parking ticket or shoplifting or whatever.ray parry wrote:yeah you're right. i have searched a lot on the internet about what's shared between countries and its what you stated. i want to come to the us, but have a criminal record so im meant to state it, but there is no way of them finding out according to what people are saying on the internet so i shall be keeping my mouth shut.cloutier wrote:
that being said, i'm also 99% certain that the only info shared universally with passports is full name, date of birth, passport number, photo, and, in our case, social security number, and maybe travel history. other sh!t, though, isn't shared outside of the home governments database (though the usa does have a full disclosure with canada, which is why we get hassled all the time).
I think in your case, they wont know.
I read something about interpol being shared, but no reason to worry about that.
from what i remember here in the uk there isnt even one big database. i think it seperate databases for each county. so if i did a crime in manchester it wouldnt flag up in london. so there is no way they have shared one big database with the us. i believe its all just one big myth that there is this fucking great big database that shows all our lives on. i could be wrong though, there were plans to make a big database in 2011, but i never heard of it actually going through.
im going in a few weeks though, so ill let you know if I get knocked back.