It is wonderful to receive so many thank you letters expressing gratitude for getting a Canada Pardon and how its given them a new lease on life.
It is a pleasure to help so many people obtain Canada Pardons and US Entry Waivers so that they can move forward in their life with freedom. Often, we don’t know how good we have it until we lose what we had. In many cases, people who have been charged with a criminal offence are punished and the emotional, economic and social punishment can weigh heavily for many many years, well after the official punishment (parole, probation) has ended.
Here is a letter from a person we recently helped to remove a number of very old criminal charges including possession of controlled substance, DUI, and theft:
“I come from a dysfunctional family having a father who was an angry person who had a drug and alchohol problem. I lost my mom at age 15, then four years later, my father died.”
“I took out my frustrations by doing stupid things like stealing, smoking pot and loter on doing heavier drugs. As I was born with a slight learning disability, the drugs did not exactly help me out.”
“I am now 47, and my criminal record dates back more than 20 years. I know I was in the wrong and my circumstances of life did not justify my behaviour. Throughout all of these years, I would always try to hide my criminal past being ashamed of what I did.”
“Today, with my Pardon, I feel like a new man. I now have the opportunity to apply for a better position at work and I can travel outside of Canada. I am in a program and I have been off of drugs for a few years now. I have a steady job with a pension plan, I have my own apartment, I have no debts, I am off drugs and I now have a Pardon.”
“This is the beginning of my new life. I appreciate this new chance in life. Thank you Pardons Canada.”
If you have any questions regarding this topic or about Pardons and US Entry Waivers email us at email@example.com or call 1-877-929-6011.