Each day we help many Canadians obtain Canada Pardons for past criminal charges so that they can move forward in their life.
Domestic Assault is perhaps the most common criminal charge in the country. Even if the criminal charge has been dismissed, withdrawn, stayed, conditional or absolute discharged, the record of fingerprinting, photographs, court and police records are still in the system and can be seen when a criminal check for employment or travel are being done.
The most common reason people want to get a Canada Pardon is so that they can get a job or promotion and their criminal record is getting in the way.
Here is a letter we received from a client we recently helped to obtain a Canada Pardon for Domestic Assault:
“I am writing to you today to show my utmost appreciation for my granted criminal record removal.”
“It was 4 years ago that I had engaged in a minor altercation with a person which later resulted in an assault charge. No one in the world is flawless and thus, it is human nature to have tendencies to make mistakes.”
“During the incident I had acted on emotion, a result of poor judgement. As I matured and finished school it became clear how important a clear record is for landing a good career.”
“My dream and passion to become a police officer was shattered immediately after the incident.”
“Thanks to Pardons Canada, I now have a second chance to carry out my dream and family tradition of becoming a police officer.”
“People make mistakes depending on the circumstances, some people should be given a second chance.”
“I have learned my lessons from that incident and hope you can help out more people with minor charges like me to live without the burden of carrying a criminal record.”
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.