If my criminal record is expunged, do I ever have to admit that I have a criminal record?
If you have successfully expunged your criminal record, you are allowed to say that you have not been convicted or have that criminal record. However, if you have other charges that are unrelated, you do have to report those charges. There are also small circumstances when, even if the charge has been expunged, you will have to report that. Examples would be working for the State Department or working with the elderly or with children.