In rare cases a pardon/record suspension application will be denied because the person has been in trouble in the recent past, even though the charges may have been dismissed or withdrawn.
If that happens, then an appeal is necessary to convince the parole board that the person has reformed their character and are worthy of the pardon/record suspension.
Once the criminal record is removed by way of a pardon, the person will be completely safe for work and travel purposes.
Here is a thank you email from a person we helped to obtain a pardon and required an appeal on the initial denial:
“I just wanted to send a very heart filled THANK-YOU to you & everyone else at your office that helped with my file. I’ve received the correspondence from your office regarding my successful pardon.”
“It would be an under statement to simply tell you how pleased & happy that I am. Thank-you so much, for your telephone call urging me to continue to the appeal process. Your a real hero in my books.”
“I will of course, share my experience with your company to any people in need, that may cross my path. A JOB WELL DONE BY ALL THE PEOPLE INVOLVED WITH MY FILE.”