We help many people obtain pardons for a DUI, Impaired Driving, Over 80, and in many cases the person who committed the crime is remorseful and embarassed about the situation.
Once a Canada Pardon is approved, the criminal record is no longer available for public record so the person can go on with their life without the shame and guilt that this criminal record can carry.
Here is a thank you letter from a person we recently helped to obtain a Canada Pardon for a DUI:
“I want to thank you Pardons Canada for helping me to get my pardon for a DUI conviction. I was always treated with respect and understanding right from the first phone call I made to Pardons Canada, feeling shame and nervousness.”
“I want you to know that I did not fight the charges for the DUI. I was in the wrong and I took my legal medicine like a man, a 57 yr old man. I plead guilty in court.”
“I am now 61 and have spend the past 4 years in total shame and disgust at what I did.”
“I have many reasons to be thankful. There was no accident, no property damage, and no one hurt or killed. My friends and family gave me strength. My workplace supported me and did not fire me, and I called Pardons Canada to help.”
“I have received my Pardon now and feel a huge weight lifted from my shoulders. I can now travel without worry and feeling ashamed as people find out about what I’ve done.”
“I can finally put this terrible situation behind me thanks to Pardons Canada.”
If you have any questions regarding this topic or about Pardons and US Entry Waivers email us at [email protected] or call 1-877-929-6011 or 416-929-6011.