Pardons Canada – Getting Bonded with a Criminal Record

pardons.org If you have a criminal record or even if you have been fingerprinted by the police and the charges were later withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, peace bond, absolute or conditional discharged, it can affect your ability to get bonded for employment. Most employers are doing criminal background checks and part of the reason they are…

Pardons Canada – Withdrawn, Dismissed Criminal Charges Stick Around

pardons.org Many people who are charged with a criminal record and the charges are later withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, peace bond, conditional and absolute discharge, believe that their criminal charges just disappear. Unfortunately this is not true. If you’ve been fingerprinted by the police and charged with a criminal offence, then the charges can be seen…

Pardons Canada – Person with Peace Bond for Common Assault Gets Refused Entry to US

pardons.org We receive hundreds of calls and emails each week from people who are turned away at the US border because of an old criminal record. The Americans are becoming much more strict at the border and will deny you entry even if your criminal charge was withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, peace bond, absolute or conditional…

Pardons Canada – Assault and Anger Management for Pardons in Canada

pardons.org Perhaps one of the most common criminal charges in Canada is assault. Domestic assault is most common but other assault charges include assault causing bodily harm, assault with a weapon, uttering death threats. Oftentimes, people are charged with assault and the charges are later withdrawn, dismissed, stayed in court or absolute or conditional discharge…

Pardons Canada – Traveling to the USA with an Assault charge

pardons.org Every day we get inquiries about being safe to travel to the US with a criminal record. Assault convictions are among the most common criminal charges in Canada. Once a pardon is granted, you should be safe to travel to the US without a US Entry Waiver (I-192) as long as you have never…