We help hundreds of Canadians each week to obtain a Canada Pardon for various criminal records, among the most common is DUI.
Many people don’t realize that having a criminal record can seriously impede the ability to get work. Nowadays, most employers are doing criminal background checks before hiring for a position. Unless a pardon has been granted, the employer will see the criminal record and likely dismiss your employment application.
Here is a letter we received from a person we recently helped to obtain a Canada Pardon for a DUI, explaining the difficulty of getting work:
“Having a DUI became a big problem when, at 5 month of sobriety, I decided to make a life changing move by returning to college to further my education in the Health care field.”
“I completed my first program as a PSW (personal support worker) and had to divulge that I had a criminal record to my teacher who headed the placement portion of the course. She finally had to act as a guarantor on my behalf in order for me to complete my placement.”
“Since I did so well and graduated with a 4.0 average, and because I would not have been able to obtain a position in my filed with a criminal record, I embarked on a 2 yr Social service Worker program and I will graduate in August of this year.”
“My Pardon comes just in time for my 360 hour filed placement in a high end senior citizen home in my area, where after a local police check, I will be employed as an “Activities Coordinator”.”
“I can assure you that as I approach my second year of sobriety, that I will never drink and drive again. Incidentally, I did not get my drivers licence renewed until my alcohol problem was resolved.”
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 or 416-929-6011.