Many people with a criminal record are concerned about traveling to the U.S. to visit family.  Understandably so, considering that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) can refuse you entry at the U.S. border if you have a criminal record.

Since June 2009, the Americans are requiring every Canadian to have a passport to cross the U.S. border which has made it even easier for them to detect criminal records.

Even if your criminal charges are dismissed, stayed, withdrawn or acquitted or conditional or absolute discharged, you can be denied entry to the U.S.

We know this because we get calls from Canadians every day who have been denied entry at the U.S. border because of their criminal record.

If you have been denied entry, then you need a U.S. Entry Waiver or I-194 to re-enter the U.S. This process is very complicated and time consuming.  We help hundreds of Canadians each month obtain U.S. Entry Waivers so that they will be safe to travel.

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I am writing this letter to say big thanks to PARDONS CANADA to relieve me from the burden that I was carrying since 8 years. My life was not moving at the speed, as I wanted it to be.

I appreciate the step-by-step instructions provided by PARDONS CANADA. They were really helpful in removing my record. I was so happy when I got it in the mail, as I was not expecting to get it soon. I can move on with my life and pursue new goals and dreams with dignity and respect.

Possession of Narcotics for the purpose of Trafficking

This letter is to inform you how wonderful it now feels to be unburdened after having pardoned granted. I am so relieved and happy to be free of a criminal record. I am now able to visit family in the U.S that I have not seen for years. I can now pursue any employment goals. I am so happy and more confident now to pursue any dreams that I have. I think more positively now and am enjoying this new freedom.

I will continue to be a productive member of society and in my community. I will continue to help people in my community and inform people who need a pardon to connect with Pardons Canada. I am forever grateful for getting another chance and am more educated now about the law. I want to thank all the Pardons Canada staff for all their help and support during the pardon process.

Obstruction of Justice
Pardons Canada undertakes all necessary steps and procedures for removing your criminal record, including: Pardons/Record Suspensions, Purges, Photograph & Fingerprint Destruction, and U.S. Entry Waivers. Get Canada Record Suspension Today
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