Started my journey to joining the Army National Guard back in September 2016. I required a moral waiver for a juvenile felony from almost 10 years ago. My recruiter began putting together my waiver packet, I went to MEPS and did the ASVAB and medical screening. I've sent in my reference papers and the packet was submitted in late October of 2016. A few months went by and I was contacted by my recruiter to say that they couldn't find the records of my felony, state and local both came up empty. So I did an FBI fingerprinting and was told that my packet had made it up to the highest level so I should hear back soon. Recruiter seems pretty sure that I will make it in, I have some anxiety that I won't just because this is my dream. My question is, what else is there to do in this waiver process? It's been a few months and I've hit every bump in the road (literally had to reschedule the MEPS thing 3 times due to the system crashing every time I tried to do anything). I have a few military buddies who said it's good news that it's still moving along, and the fact that state and local came up empty is even better news. Even the recruiter says that it may just be a "Self admittance" type thing now. I'm just ready to start this journey!