In addition to DUI and assault, a common criminal charge is fraud.
Most fraud charges relate to credit card scams or writing bad cheques. There are 2 criminal charges for fraud; fraud under $5000 which is considered a summary offence and fraud over $5000 which is considered an indictable offence.
You are eligible for a Canada Pardon if you have served your punishment and paid any outstanding restitution. You must be out of trouble for 3 or 5 years from the end of your punishment depending on whether the charge was summary or indictable.
We receive many thank you letters from people we have helped to obtain a Canada Pardon. Here is a letter from a person who was granted a Pardon for a fraud under $5000 charge:
“I was under the shadow of the fraud conviction for a long time and did not know how to go about removing my criminal record.”
“Finally I got the courage one day to call the local police and they thankfully referred me to Pardons Canada.”
“Now I truly feel liberated and have nothing to hide, especially when looking for employment.”
“Thanks again Pardons Canada for your great efforts. Its really appreciated.”
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.