Impaired Driving, also known as a DUI is the most common criminal offence in Canada.
The consequences of getting charged with a DUI can be severe and affect your life in many ways.
We speak to hundreds of Canadians each month who have received a DUI and have suffered the consequences of having a criminal record.
Many people think they are stuck with the label of being a “criminal” for the rest of their lives. They are unaware that a Canada Pardon will effectively remove the criminal charge from public record.
Here is a letter we recently received from a person we helped to get a Canada Pardon for a DUI:
“When I was first charged with DUI I was very embarrased by my actions. I felt I had let my wife and my children down.”
“I had a very high position within a well known company and knew that all the employees would find out and would have to answer to all of them.”
“Once convicted I knew that it would mean a criminal record and knew that this could cause me trouble in the future. As I have applied fro many jobs since losing my good job, all the postings want me to be bondable and a police check is performed. Knowing this, I apply and I never hear back from them.”
“Having this Pardon makes me feel so much better as I know that if I do not hear back from an employer that it is not because of my criminal record.”
“Also, when asked if I have a criminal record, I can proudly answer “No, I do not.” and feel good about myself.”
“I can now be bondable which makes me very happy.”
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.