We help many people each week obtain a Canada Pardon for domestic assault. Often the assault charge is a result of a heated dispute to which the police were called to the scene. In many cases, the charges are later withdrawn, stayed, dismissed, peace bond, absolute or conditionally discharged.
In all these situations, even if you have been found to be not guilty, because your were fingerprinted and charged by the police, your information is still in the system and can be seen on a criminal background check for employment or travel purposes.
Having a criminal record can be a huge impediment to you advancing in life and it should be taken care of with a Pardon. Once the charges are removed, you will be safe for work and travel purposes.
Here is a letter we received from a client we helped to obtain a Canada Pardon for a domestic assault charge. He is from China and was not aware of the repercussions of his actions since the same behaviour in attitude can go unpunished:
“Thank you so much for mailing my official pardon.”
“About six years ago, when I and my wife landed in Canada, because of the different culture and lifestyle between Canada and China, I quarreled and argued with my wife and I threw a little book at her. My wife was angry and called the police.”
“This is a true story and it affected my life for 6 years.”
“Right now, I got Canada Pardon and I am free to work hard to support my family and travel to USA. I am free to travel to China to see my parents, so long time I did not see them.”
“I have three lovely kids, I love my wife and I LOVE CANADA.”
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.