We have recently received a number of calls from Canadians who are concerned that Pardons in Canada will be going away due to proposed legislation. This is NOT the case.
The government is proposing certain changes to the Pardons rules that may affect waiting periods for Pardons and also will eliminate Pardons to certain sexual offenders and multiple offenders. This will affect a small minority of the people applying for Pardons who can no longer receive them.
Otherwise, the Pardon system will still exist (though they may change the name to “Record Suspension”) and the affect will be the same, giving Canadians a second chance in life so that they can get jobs and be safe to travel to the US.
Here is a letter we recently received from a person we helped to obtain a Canada Pardon:
“I was so relieved to receive my pardon just the other day”
“I was convicted of an offence which I did not commit but the justice system failed me as it has so many in the past.”
“I was amazed by your professionalism, prompt replies to my questions, and treating me without any bias. Your organization is organized and courteous.”
“The process of handling my case was very expeditious and I received my Canada Pardon earlier than I expected.”
“I am sure you will help those wrongfully convicted to achieve this freedom and more importantly psychological relief.”
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.