I have a question about my DD who is waiting to hear back after her phone interview that she had on Thursday. Someone posted that there were questions on the application about past arrests and convictions. She said there were no questions of this type on her application. Do you think she missed them? Long story short, she was arrested for possession of marijuana a few months ago, and rather than plead guilty she is doing a diversionary program and will get a conditional discharge. If she stays clean for 6-12 months, she is cleared and the charge can be expunged from her record, and the lawyer said this is not considered a conviction. So if she were asked if she was convicted she was not...it is also not a felony, it is a misdemeanor. She is a good kid, and was just in the wrong place at the the wrong time. If this was done in our home state she would have just gotten a fine, but unfortunately, she was in another state with stricter laws. If she does get accepted, I have read that she will get fingerprinted and have a background check after she goes down to WDW during casting. I wish the background check could be done before she goes down. I would hate for her to go down and then get rejected after the background check. She will put the info on any form that asks for it before the background check. She will check 'no' for any convictions, but should probably disclose that she got a conditional discharge since it will most likely come up on her background check. What are the chances that this would disqualify her and she would be sent home?