Pardons Canada – Government Processing Fees for Pardons May Rise Soon

pardons.org There has been a large increase in Pardons applications because most employers in Canada are running criminal checks on new employers and in some cases, existing employers.  This means that anyone with an old criminal record requires a Pardon if they want to be safe to get a job. Also, the Americans are becoming…

Pardons Canada – Crossing the US Border with old criminal convictions – An Insider’s View

pardons.org We receive many calls from Canadians who have been turned away at the US Border for having an old criminal record.  Once refused entry, you require an I-192 or I-194 US Entry Waiver to return to the US.  The application process is costly and time consuming. Even if you have been charged for a…

Pardons Canada – Traveling to the US once a Pardon is Granted

pardons.org If you have a criminal record in Canada, you can be denied entry to the US.  Even if the criminal charges have been withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, conditional or absolute discharged, you may be questioned at the US border and denied entry. If you are denied entry to the US you will require a I-192…