I am writing this letter to say big thanks to PARDONS CANADA to relieve me from the burden that I was carrying since 8 years. My life was not moving at the speed, as I wanted it to be.

I appreciate the step-by-step instructions provided by PARDONS CANADA. They were really helpful in removing my record. I was so happy when I got it in the mail, as I was not expecting to get it soon. I can move on with my life and pursue new goals and dreams with dignity and respect.

Possession of Narcotics for the purpose of Trafficking

This letter is to inform you how wonderful it now feels to be unburdened after having pardoned granted. I am so relieved and happy to be free of a criminal record. I am now able to visit family in the U.S that I have not seen for years. I can now pursue any employment goals. I am so happy and more confident now to pursue any dreams that I have. I think more positively now and am enjoying this new freedom.

I will continue to be a productive member of society and in my community. I will continue to help people in my community and inform people who need a pardon to connect with Pardons Canada. I am forever grateful for getting another chance and am more educated now about the law. I want to thank all the Pardons Canada staff for all their help and support during the pardon process.

Obstruction of Justice

I am writing to thank you for helping me get my pardon. When the parole board attempted to refuse my request your wonderful staff member, Jessica immediately contacted me to organize a response. The pardon was granted within weeks because of her advice.

I would certainly recommend Pardons Canada to anyone who needs this type of service. You have been instrumental in me taking this important and final step in rebuilding my life.

I thank you for your services and for helping me reach this life-changing objective.

Theft over $5000

It is with great pride and liberation that I write you this short note to thank you for your consideration and resulting pardon of my suspension. It could not have come at a better time as I had just returned from the hospital and it lifted a great weight off my personal life. It has made my immediate family very happy as well.

I look forward to traveling with my family and my “newly granted freedom” which I lost as result of my own bad judgments in the past. Although at my age it will be limited to how much I shall travel, it will allow me to be at peace in my remaining years as a citizen of this great country of Canada.

Again, I would like to take this opportunity to give you my heartfelt thanks and appreciation for this most precious of grants.

Driving While Impaired

Just a quick testimonial to share how liberated I feel to have been granted a criminal records pardon. I can now apply for jobs that I was previously disqualified from due to my criminal history, despite the fact I was more qualified for on both academic levels and experience. I can apply for my passport and take vacations in destinations that I would have previously been denied entry. After a decade of living my life as a law abiding citizen I feel I can now hold my head high having had The Parole Board of Canada recognize that achievement and granting me a pardon.

Having had a lengthy criminal history spanning nearly a quarter of a century applying for a pardon without the assistance of Pardons Canada would have been too overwhelming and daunting of a task. In fact, Pardons Canada was an intricate part of first guiding me through the steps of preparing my file for presentation to The Parole Board and then later being my liaison with the Parole Board when they were requesting additional information before rendering their decisions. I definitely feel Pardons Canada was an intricate part of my positive outcome and would like to thank all involved with my file. Thank you all very much!

Assault causing bodily harm

I am so thankful to you all, who put out their effort to help me with my pardons, I am so grateful. I really don’t know why I put myself in that problem that I never did before and I am so sorry about that and I would never make that mistake again. Now I am very glad everything is over and I can go on with my life and everything is O.K. the only thing I want to go the state to look for my grand kids and I am so afraid to travel because I don’t want them to turn me back. I want to come back to Canada to look for my family but I am so scared, I don’t know what to do. So, thanks to everyone and may god bless you all. I don’t have a computer to type this letter so, please forgive me; this is the only picture I have at the moment.

Assault with a Weapon

Dear Sir,

I would like to thank you for the excellent service. For almost 2 years I am finally doing well now in my life because you have helped me removed my criminal record. Again, thank you so much for your help. I highly appreciate the assistance you provided.

Uttering Threats

I would like to thank Pardons Canada for the great work you did on my case. My actions not only affected myself but also my family and friends in the United States who are very grateful for this second chance. Young people sometimes make mistakes and the important thing is to learn from them. This experience has made me realize that must think before we act.

I feel that Pardons Canada has given me back my life and I will truly make the most of this great opportunity. Having access to a service like Pardons Canada has changed my life and I will be forever grateful.

Break and Enter

This process has provided me with a clear start and now allows me to never worry about any past mistakes. The opportunities for me are endless and this now secures those opportunities.

My experience with your organization has been very rewarding as I was always concerned about how I can get my photographs and fingerprints destroyed. Your staff has been great in communicating concerns and at times where there was a delay, they took the initiative and followed-up with the rightful police department.

Once again, thank you for assisting me with this process and kindly destroy my file.

Obstruction of Justice

I wish to thank you so much for the expeditious manner, which this matter was handled and the friendly and helpful way the staff at Pardons Canada helped me.

The fact that I will now be able to cross the border unimpeded to visit my fiancé is a great relief to her and me. I personally realize that this is something that I should have done quite some time ago, but was not quite sure where to start and was directed to Pardons Canada by my fiancé. The fact that my record has been expunged is a great relief to me and I truly feel unburdened because my record in Canada has been destroyed.

Again, I wish to thank you and the staff at Pardons Canada for assisting me

Possession of Narcotics

First and foremost, I would like to thank your team and staff for being there for me through this trying period in my life. When I was charged back in 2009, I had no idea that a claim against me would take up this much of my life and my thoughts. When my charges were resolved with a conditional discharge and a withdrawal back in 2011, I thought I was free at last. Contrary to my belief, I discovered that a withdrawn charge could still show up on some sorts of background checks and cause potential irritation when crossing the boarder. With your team at Pardons, I began to process of removing this situation from my life and mind, all whilst juggling a university program and working during summers and though out school.

By having this weight lifted off my shoulder and my fingerprints, photographs and records of disposition destroyed, I feel as though I have been born again. This may sound cliché, but there is truly no other way to describe the euphoria. In time because of your successful services and goodwill, my self-confidence and self-worth have finally restored them and bring me to a place of serenity and happiness that I have not experienced for seven years. We all go through trials and tribulations in our lives and sometimes the weight of these can brunt throughout the most arduous and challenging period in my life. I cannot thank you enough.

Fraud under $5000

I would like to thank Pardons Canada for removing from my record and file the criminal charges and “incident report” for the events of 2010. It has been difficult to try and look for work with this on my file. I have suffered some discomfort, embarrassment and awkwardness in getting a security clearance for employment purposes and it has been difficult to explain the reason for this incident being on my record. In fact, I have even avoided applying for jobs that would involve a security clearance because of this difficulty. I am greatly relieved that I can apply for those kinds of positions now.

Thank you so much for attending to this matter and for bringing pardon to my case. I am eager to get on with life in a constructive and positive manner and it makes it much easier to apply for employment with this incident report removed from my record. Even though the charges were “stayed” for mental health reasons, it is not well understood that mental health illness do not necessarily mean that people are not to be trusted or that character is questionable. I feel that I am an honest person had run into some emotional turbulence and that this report on my record does not explain this to anyone who needs to enquire of it. Thank you so much for your help.

Driving While Impaired

I will tell others if I get the opportunity about your excellent work. While it has been a long process, it was worth it. Thank you for the hard work and expertise behind this careful process.

Fraud Over $5000

I would like to say thank you to Pardons Canada for all of the help you have given me in relation to the removal of my criminal record. It is such a tremendous relief knowing that I can travel unburdened by my past mistakes. At that time in my life, I was in a very dark place and am so thankful it is all behind me now. I have a new lease on life and intend to take full advantage of it. Recently I had the good fortune to work with a company here in Canada from the United States. Now that my record has been removed, I will be able to take full advantage of any employment opportunities that may arise in the future.

Thank you so much for my new found freedom!!

Break and Enter

To whom it may concern, This letter is to say thank you for your big help. Getting this pardon is a big lift off my shoulders. It’s a dream come true. Now, my wife and I can travel to the USA without being worried getting denied.

Uttering Forged Documents

Thank you Pardons Canada. Your Service has provided me with the help I needed. It will also help others like me have peace of mind and make a difference in their lives. Now that I am free from my burden and shame, I can do the things I always wanted to do and have a happy and successful future. I am so sorry for my mistake.

Driving While Impaired

First off…THANK YOU! Oh gosh, I don’t think there are enough words or ways to show how happy and grateful I am for helping me with my record suspension. There are so many doors open for me now. The day I received “the brown envelope”, I cried for joy, in the lobby of my building.

Petty Theft in ON

It is with humility and profound gratitude that I accept this pardon. I feel like a new person because I am able to visit my family in the United States and not have to worry. For so many years this has been a burden on my shoulders. That has now been lifted, thanks to your generosity and help.

DUI conviction in BC

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