We receive many calls from people who have been charged with Impaired Driving, DUI, or Dangerous Driving. They are seeking to obtain a Pardon for their criminal record so they can put their past mistake behind them.
For those who have been charged, their lives can quickly become a nightmare.
Here is an example of a person who recently reached out to us requesting our help in obtaining a Pardon for a DUI:
“I was convicted of DUI shortly after turning 18. I was represented by a public defender and was convicted,fined and given a one year suspension. At that age I had no ideas how this charge would continue to haunt me into my formative years. ”
“I realize that I made a mistake however since getting my license reinstated I have ran into many challenges. I cannot drive a car that I am financing as I cannot afford the $900 a month insurance. So I am left locked in a financing contract all while paying for a vehicle that I can’t drive. This has compounded my ability to get to various job sites as well as even searching for jobs. ”
“One month ago I was hired as a driver for a new employer. After working there for less then two weeks I was given a raise from $18 to $20 an hour. This was incredible news as I support my girlfriend and her 18 month old child. ”
“Today I was told by my employer that I cannot be insured by his company putting my employment and my families welfare in jeopardy. I have done nothing wrong since the time of my youthful transgression. I just want to be able to move on with my life and continue as a productive member of society. However I am finding it increasingly difficult as I am continually haunted by this charge.”
“While I fully understand the severity of my actions and in know way believe that I was justified in those actions I do believe that after three years and having payed extensive fines that I have paid my debt to society in full and having done so should be given a chance to be treated equally.”
“I am hoping that with regards to my driving conviction that at the very least I may have it pardoned so that I may be to continue my employment as a driver. I am fully willing to accept that it may take time to drive my own vehicle again. However in this economy the loss of my current employment could be devastating not only for me but also for my girlfriend and her young baby.”
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.