|Visitor: I applied for Uber and got rejected because of a criminal record. I remember a lot that I’ve done as a young adult but never was I incarcerated for a crime but I did sit in Thunder Bay district jail for 2 weeks waiting for a court date.
Because my fingerprints were taken now I’m branded a criminal. What I did when I was 20 is not me now at almost 34. What steps can I do to have all of this destroyed so I can finally move on with my life and not be a burden on my family and children.
Pardons Canada: If you were fingerprinted by the police even if the offence was withdrawn, dismissed, peace bond, or discharged then you will need to get the prints and police information removed to be safe to get work at most places in Canada including Uber. It won’t be hard, we see hundreds of similar cases every week, and we will do the heavy lifting for you in putting together the application to make sure it gets approved at the finish line. If you would like to start your pardons application today, visit https://www.pardons.org/apply/