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does government agency show on inquiry or the recruiting agency for the passport division?
My report doesn't show either a federal office or the recruiting agency checking my credit history. Should/would it show on my history? Very important I know the answer!!

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You should ask them do they do hard inquir(s) or just soft inquiry(s)...We don't know for what purpose they pull your credit report, whether it's for Identification (soft most likely) for employment (hard most likely). There are few other credit bureaus have your informations they could've pulled, like LexisNexis, L2C...

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Employment credit checks are not usually reported on a credit report.  In fact, in some states, it is prohibited for employers to check credit as a condition of employment. While federal law allows it to occur, the state law over shadows the federal law.

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