LOL but you can & have been able to for many years. What god-forsaken hell holes have you been working in? My first job was with the SS in 2011, when immigration (CW) required a criminal check from your home country. Luckily I came prepared but the requirement fell by the wayside after a few months. Fast forward to 2015 when CW required a criminal check from your home country ONLY FOR BRITISH CITIZENS. That fell by the wayside after a few months too but there were many ways around it. Several colleagues took a printout of the relevant website here: https://www.acro.police.uk/icpc/ They simply entered their passport number into the search box & the result 'no records founds' came back. This printout was accepted several times by the immigration officers at CW. This was a joint initiative between the British Embassy, who flagged a convicted child molester trying to enter the country, and the Royal Thai Police... What hope?