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Pardons Canada: Applying for Nexus with a Pardon

Visitor:  I already have a Pardon. It was granted in 2007/2008.  I was convicted in 2001 for Fraud under $5000. I applied for a Pardon, on Feb 2, 2007 and it was granted 2007/2008. I have held many senior level jobs such as bank manger, senior analyst, commodity trader/scheduler…and now I am an airline pilot, with all…

Pardons Canada: How to Remove a Stayed Offence and Peace Bond

Visitor: On May 10th, 2017, I appeared in Provincial Court (Winnipeg. MB) with regards to an « Assault with a weapon » charge. (the weapon was a cardboard tube used during a playfight dating back to Oct 2016). The charge has been stayed, and there was no criminal conviction in connection with this incident. A Peace Bond…

Pardons Canada: How It Feels to Remove a Criminal Record

Visitor: I would like to thank you for the wonderful and professional service you have provided me. Although it was a long process you helped guide me the whole way and provided me all the answers to my questions or concerns as they came up relating to the pardon and record suspension process. Visitor: When…

Pardons Canada: File Destructions Can Be Faster Than You Think

I am writing to show my appreciation for your help with removing my fingerprints and police records.  Having my file removed will help me in many areas of my life.  I recently graduated from college in 2018. By removing my fingerprints by way of a file destruction, this helps going forward being able to start a career…

Pardons Canada: Employment with a Criminal Record

Visitor: I have tried unsuccessfully to gain employment over this past year.  Not one prospective employer will admit it, but it is because of my criminal record.  I don’t know why they just don’t tell me.  I have noticed that these people prefer to embarrass and humiliate me instead.   One interview I had was for…