Pardons Canada – A DUI for Americans Can Bar Them From Entering Canada

pardons.org Its true that a DUI in the US is considered a misdemeanor but in Canada its considered to be a criminal offence. Since the DUI is considered to be a criminal offence, the Canadian border agency can deny Americans from entering the country with a criminal record of any kind. If you are an…

I’ve lost my Waiver and it’s still valid. What do I do?

A replacement Waiver will be issued if the original was lost, stolen or mutilated. To request a new Waiver, you will need to fill in Form I-824 (Application for Action on an Approved Application or Petition). Go to www.cbp.gov and search for I-824. The form and all details regarding submission can be found there. You…

I got charged again. Will this affect my application?

Yes, it will affect your eligibility. You must contact us as soon as you are charged. We will require details such as the charge, last court date and the outcome. Once you are finished in court, you must provide us with court information in order for us to determine what the next step is with…

I lost my citizenship card. What else can I use to prove citizenship?

If you were not born in Canada, you will be required to provide an official government document to confirm your citizenship in Canada.

If you have lost your citizenship card, an alternative document to use with your Pardon application could be your Canadian passport. If you do not have either, obtaining a passport will take significantly less time than awaiting a new citizenship card. Every Canadian is permitted to have a Canadian Passport and applying for this will not cause any further concerns with regard to your criminal record.