We receive hundreds of thank you letters each month from people whom we’ve helped to obtain a Canada Pardon or US Entry Waiver (I-194).
Many of the criminal records are very old and have come back to haunt the person in one way or another. Usually the criminal record is discovered in a criminal background check for employment purposes or when travelling across the border to the US.
Even if you have received a criminal charge that has been dismissed, withdrawn, stayed or conditional or absolute discharge, it can still hold you back from certain opportunities and will limit your personal freedom.
Here is a letter we received from a client we helped to get a Canada Pardon for a theft charge:
“I never thought that after 30 some years that a petty theft of less than $2 would come to haunt me.”
“The incident happened in my twenties, now I am in my fifties and never been in trouble since that time.”
“I left Canada and was working a few years in the US when I applied for a position at a police agency. I was almost hired when my candidacy was rejected because of that old theft charge. I did not get disappointed because I turned to a real estate business, made a lot of money, ”
“But when the real estate crash happened, I then realized I had to do something about that record.”
“I called a few lawyers to do my Pardon but their fee was like $3,000 to $5,000. I decided at the end to call the Canadian embassy and they referred me to Pardons Canada. Your fee was significantly more reasonable and you did the job quickly and efficiently.”
If you have any questions regarding this topic or about Pardons and US Entry Waivers email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-877-929-6011.