Pardon Laws in Canada have recently changed, and Pardons are now officially referred to as Record Suspensions. Most if not all people, however, still refer to a Record suspension as a Pardon. To make understanding Pardons easier, for informational purposes we will continue to refer to Record Suspensions as Pardons on our website. With Record Suspensions come new eligibility requirements to clear your Canadian Criminal Record. Find out now if you qualify under the new Laws! Call one of our Pardon Case Managers Now to give you immediate answers regarding your Pardon Eligibility! You may call our Pardon Line 24 hours a day 7 days a week, or complete the Pardon Eligibility Test. If you are certain you qualify for a Pardon under the new Laws, you may begin your Pardon application by clicking Apply Now. Get started with your Pardon now before further changes are made!
Welcome to Federal Pardons Canada. We are Canada's Pardon experts with over 10 years of Pardon Industry experience.
Apply for a Pardon NOW to clear your Canadian Criminal Record Forver! Recent Pardon Law changes have made the Pardon Eligibility criteria more difficult and confusing to decypher.
Call one of our Pardon Case Managers today to determine whether you qualify for a Pardon under the new Pardon Laws!
Act now and find out if you qualify on the spot by calling our Pardon Support line 24-hours a day 7 days a week at 1.800.906.5444. Your case will be assessed on an individual basis, your Pardon eligibility determined instantly, and you may begin your Pardon application immediately. You are under no obligation, and your Pardon Consultation is absolutely free and 100% confidential whether or not you retain Federal Pardons Canada to handle your Pardon application.
You owe it to yourself to find out if you qualify for a Pardon.
A Pardon, in some circumstances, will be sufficient to travel to the United States without special documentation, saving you precious time, hassle and money. Let our qualified professionals assess your Pardon case and answer any and all questions you may have pertaining to Pardons
Call one of our Pardon Case Managers for a complimentary no-obligation Pardon evaluation if you are unsure of your Pardon eligibility. You may begin your Pardon application immediately by clicking the Apply Now button, and you will be assigned a personal Pardon Case Manager who will walk you through the entire Pardon process and provide you with regular updates on your Pardon. We will begin working on your Pardon case immediately, and no credit card is required. We also provide extremely flexible Pardon payment plans, and there is noone who will be turned away due to financial hardship. We will work with you whether you are receiving Social Services, Unemployment Benefits, Disability etc. and we have worked with Government agencies who were able to fully subsidize your Pardon fees. Should you have any questions regarding Pardons, please do not hesitate to contact us 24-hours a day 7 days a week Toll Free Canada-wide at 1-800-906-5444.
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What are Pardons and how are Pardons obtained? Pardons are granted by the Canadian Government, and Pardons clear your Canadian Criminal Record permanently. Pardons are required if you have ever been convicted of a crime, no matter how long ago or how minor the office, it will never go away automatically.
Pardons help obtain better employment, higher income and educational opportunities just to name a few of Pardons' numerous benefits. When applying for jobs, over 80% of employers perform some sort of a background check. Once your Pardons application is approved, no employer will ever have access to any of your previous criminal charges, and no one will ever know you were once convicted of a crime except with the permission of the Minister of Public Safety in extremely rare and extenuating circumstances (which include the safety of Canada and one of its allies).
Obtaining Pardons are not as difficult as you may believe, however, you risk being turned down should you make a mistake or submit insufficient documentation with your Pardons application. You will be required to wait an entire year to resubmit a Pardons application after being turned down due to an error, as well as pay all the Pardons associated fees once again.
Pardons submission fees can change at any time and have increased a number of times over the years, and you risk having to pay more money when reapplying after having made an error. Do not let a mistake delay your Pardon application, we Guarantee we will submit your Pardon application error free or your Money is Refunded.
Let our qualified professionals prepare your Pardons application, to insure it is done right the first time. We Guarantee our work and stand behind our word with a Pardons Guarantee*. Pardons applications can be extremely complex, challenging, stressful and tedious. Pardons require obtaining legal, court, police and other supportive documents, as well as the completion of important legal Pardons forms which must be completed to the requirement of the Canadian Government.
Although a lawyer is not required, Pardons applications should not be handled by just any lay person. Many Pardons companies claiming to be experts are in fact lay persons with absolutely no legal background or qualifications.
Insure your Pardons application is handled by a legal professional governed by the Law Society of Upper Canada. Any Paralegal employed by Federal Pardons Canada is a licensed member of the Law Society, and would specialize in Pardons, US Waivers and Record Purges exclusively. Call one of our Pardons Case Managers with any questions you may have 24-hours 7 days a week Toll Free at 1-800-906-5444.
Pardons in Canada are undergoing constant changes, and amendments to the Pardons legislations have already happened multiple times in the last year, and can continue to change at any time. Some persons according to the new Pardons Laws will never qualify.
Pardons in Canada are becoming tougher to obtain, therefore, we strongly advise against hesitating and procrastinating, as changes in Laws can make you inelibile indefinitely should a new Pardons Law change in Canada be passed. Preparing your own Pardons application is not advised due to the numerous errors that can be made. Mistakes are extremely easy to make in a Pardons application, and you will have to wait an entire year to reapply should your Pardon be turned down due to errors.
By obtaining the assistance of one of our qualified Pardons experts at Federal Pardons Canada, we Guarantee your Pardons application will be submitted error free, leaving no room for the Canadian Government to turn you down.
You may have heard about Pardons in Canada in the media recently, as several high profile cases in the media have put Pardons in Canada under the magnifying glass. Much attention has been focused on Pardons in Canada, with many criticizing the the fact that serious offenders are able to get Pardons in Canada.
This is your chance to apply for your Pardon, and insure you meet Pardon eligibility requirements. If you have multiple indictable offences, which are often the result of one single incident, you may no longer be eligible to apply for a Pardon.
Federal Pardons Canada specializes in complex Pardons cases, and we will maximize your chances of obtaining a Pardon by our tried and tested Pardons strategies. We know how to get difficult Pardons applications approved, and we prepare your Pardons application in such way so that your chances of approval are extremely high even in especially difficult cases.
A Licensed Paralegal will always oversee your Pardon case at Federal Pardons Canada, and that is only one of the reasons why Federal Pardons Canada stands out from its competition. Federal Pardons Canada insures that the Paralegal who oversees your Pardon case is licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Governing body for Lawyers and Paralegals in Ontario. Ontario Paralegals must meet the most stringent requirements to obtain their license of all Canadian provinces, therefore, you can feel confident that your Pardon application is in good hands
We challenge you to question our competitors on their qualifications, and compare theirs to that of Federal Pardons Canada. Federal Pardons Canada has an over 99% success rate with Pardons applications, and we have only had two Pardons applications be turned down which was due to information being withheld by our clients.
We will appeal your Pardons application if necessary, and fight for you to be granted your Pardon. Contact one of our Pardons Case Managers, or request a consultation with a Paralegal at Federal Pardons Canada by calling 24-hours a day 7 days a week for a complimentary Pardons consultation. Your call is always confidential, whether you obtain our services or not, and you are never under any obligation.
Canadian Pardons can clear your criminal record if you are one of the 3.4 million people in Canada with a Canadian Criminal Record. Canadian Pardons are also required by those who have committed a crime in Canada , whether or not they reside in Canada or abroad.
Canadian Pardons will benefit you if you are looking to obtain better, higher paying employment, upgrade your education, lower your insurance rates, immigrate to or sponsor relatives to Canada , or travel internationally. Canadian Pardons may be sufficient when travelling to the United States as well depending on your circumstances. A Canadian Pardon will seal your record, and it will be kept separate and apart from all other searchable records. This means should a potential employer, or any person or organization conduct a criminal background check on you once you have obtained your Canadian Pardon, the search will yield “No Record Found”. Furthermore, once you have obtained your Canadian Pardon, you will qualify for all Canadian Government jobs, including in policing. The Canadian Government cannot hold your Pardoned record against you as it would violate Canadian Human Rights laws.
Some foreign countries also require a Canadian Pardon before you may apply for immigration benefits such as work visas and/or permanent residencies. A Canadian Pardon will also greatly increase your chances of being approved as a sponsor should you wish to apply for a Family Class Sponsorship through Immigration Canada. If you are not a Canadian but committed a crime in Canada at one point in your life, and now would like to visit, study, work, or live in Canada, you need a Canadian Pardon to greatly increase your chances of approval by Canadian Immigration.
A Canadian Pardon implies you have been deemed rehabilitated according to the Canadian Government, and you have demonstrated to be a law-abiding citizen of Canada . Canadian Pardons remove the stigma associated with having a criminal record, and give you peace of mind and the opportunity to start fresh with a clear record. In some circumstances, your family may be affected by your criminal record as well, for example should your children wish for you to attend a school trip, or should they wish to participate in a foreign exchange program or apply to the police force. In all of these circumstances, the parents' criminal records will be checked, and only a Canadian Pardon can help you remove this from the Canadian criminal database (CPIC).
Apply for a Canadian Pardon now before the Law changes! Call one of our Pardon Case Managers 24-hours a day 7 days a week for a free no-obligation consultation Toll-Free at 1-800-906-5444. To begin your Canadian Pardon application right now, click on the Apply Now button to start immediately!
A US Waiver is not only required if you have been turned away at the border. A US Waiver is required if you have ever been charged, convicted or even fingerprinted in Canada in connection with a crime. The US has access to all Canadian criminal records, even those dismissed, withdrawn or Pardoned. You legally require a US Waiver to travel to the United States , otherwise you are entering illegally and could face many severe consequences.
There are very few exemptions, and even in those cases the US border officials can make the decision to turn you away and ban you as allowing you into the United States is always at their discretion. US Immigration laws require you to obtain a US Waiver to enter the United States if you have any kind of criminal past. Failure to obtain a US Waiver can result in arrest, search and seizure of your property, detainment, incarceration, and deportation from the United States. If you have overstayed the allowed six months as a visitor in the US, you need a US Waiver. If you have been removed, deported, or committed a criminal act in the in the United States, you also require a US Waiver.
If you have been turned away at the US border at any time, you will need to apply for a US Waiver as well. Even if you have crossed into the United States numerous times, even for decades without any difficulty, it does not mean you have done so legally. This means the border official was either lenient with you, or you were fortunate enough to have slipped through the cracks and the random search on your name for a criminal record was not done. It is at the US border official's discretion whether or not to allow you into the US. There are different types of US Waivers, and the US Homeland Security is exceptionally strict with the approval of their applications. They are very particular, and a small mistake can cost you the US Waiver submission fee which is non-refundable. There are also different types of US Waivers, and it is imperative that you submit the correct type of US Waiver depending on your circumstances.
Sometimes it is also necessary to submit two different types of US Waiver applications, if you are inadmissible to the United States on more than one ground. We can also assist you with obtaining a one-time entry into the United States without having a US Waiver, depending on your reasons for needing to travel to the United States. Federal Pardons Canada can also provide a letter stating your US Waiver application is in process to assist with the approval of such one-time permission.
US Waivers are not permanent, and they will need to be renewed once they expire. We do not advise you to attempt to renew your own application, as US Waiver laws change frequently, and the US Homeland Security will not hesitate to turn applications away which are incomplete or inaccurate. You will also lose your $585USD US Waiver application submission fee should you submit an incorrect US Waiver application, or apply for the wrong type of US Waiver. US border officials have also been known for treating those whom attempt to enter their country illegally rather harshly.
Contact one of our US Waiver Case Managers at Federal Pardons Canada for a no-obligation complimentary US Waiver consultation. We will determine whether or not you require a US Waiver, which type of US Waiver you require if any, and answer any questions pertaining to US Waivers that you may have. In some cases a Canada Pardon will suffice for you to be able to travel to the United States, however, this will be determined by a qualified US Waiver Case Manager at Federal Pardons Canada. The Paralegal overseeing your US Waiver case at Federal Pardons Canada would have to be a licensed member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, who would handle US Waivers, Pardons and Record Purges exclusively, allowing them expertise in this industry.
Do not allow a lay person to prepare your US Waiver application, as this type of serious matter should not be left in the hands of an unqualified individual. Call us 24-hours a day for a US Waiver consultation at 1.800.906.5444 from anywhere in North America!
There are numerous types of Waivers, and it is imperative that the right type of Waiver is submitted to the US Homeland security. There are also times when more then one Waiver needs to be submitted at the same time. If you are unsure of what type of Waiver you require, please contact one of our Waiver Case Managers at 1.800.906.5444 for a complimentary no obligation Waiver consultation.
Federal Pardons Canada specializes in I-192 Waivers and I-212 Waivers. The I-192 Waiver is generally a criminal inadmissibility Waiver, as well as the Waiver that needs to be submitted had you ever been turned away at the US border for various reasons. Please contact a Waiver Case Manager if you had been turned away and require a Waiver.
The I-212 Waiver is a Waiver generally for those who have been removed, deported, or have overstayed in the U.S. These cases can get complicated especially if you have ever applied for any U.S. benefits or had resided in or applied for any status in the United States. Usually those with a U.S. criminal record also require an I-212 Waiver.
It is highly recommended that you do not attempt to file these types of Waivers on your own as you need to be certain you are filing the correct type of Waiver. You also need to be certain that these important immigration documents are completed correctly otherwise you lose the Waiver submission fee of $585US.
Often the I-212 Waiver is submitted in conjunction with an I-192 Waiver, however, you need to know when the two Waivers need to be filed together, and when only one Waiver is required.
When both Waivers need to be submitted, you will need to pay the Waiver submission fee to the US Homeland security twice, once for each Waiver. Therefore, it is important that you do not file an unnecessary Waiver, as it may result in you overpaying the Waiver filing fees for which there is no refund.
Both the I-192 and the I-212 are immigration forms that we recommend you do not attempt to complete without the assistance of a qualified experienced Waiver Case Manager. All Waiver applications at Federal Pardons Canada are overseen by a Paralegal, and no Waiver document leaves our office without a Paralegal having thoroughly examined the file.
If you have any further questions about Waivers, please contact a Waiver Case Manager 24 hours a day 7 days a week at 1.800.906.5444.
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