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Ottawa’s anti-crime agenda hurts Canadians who looking for a Pardon
Changes in the law and a case backlog mean that more than 22,000 Canadians cannot get a job, support their families, contribute to the economy or pay taxes.

To verify if you are qualify today after the changes fill out the form!

 

It's hard to understand how keeping Canadians from finding a decent job adds up to being tough on crime. But that is what the Conservative government has done with a section of its omnibus crime legislation, Bill C-10

 

Regain your rights with the Record Suspensions!

 

A Canadian criminal record never disappears on its own. The increased job demand has led more employers to carry out criminal background checks. With the increase in global terrorism, stringent border checks and security on the US-Canadian border it has become impossible to visit the US if you have a criminal record. At Record Suspensions, we can help you.

 

Call us now, toll free at 1-866-630-3660 for details on how to apply online

 

The main reasons we need a record suspension (Pardon) are as follows:


  • Work
  • Child care
  • Adoption
  • Travel
  • Volunteering
  • Rental
  • Insurance
  • Licences and permits
  • Status (resident, citizen)
  • Training
  • Gain respect
  • Reputation
  • Promotion
  • Peace of mind
  • Education

US ENTRY WAIVER

A U.S. Entry Waiver allows you to legally enter the United States with a criminal record, meaning you won't suffer the stress or embarrassment of being stopped at the border when travelling for business or pleasure.


Both governments Canadian and US continue to tighten the rules concerning criminal records

On March 23, 2011, a new bill was passed that affects all Canadians who fly anywhere, even within Canada. Called Bill C-42, that represent an agreement of sharing information between Canada and the United States, this one could affect people with criminal records. When a flight from Canada enters into United States airspace, the airline is required by law to give the US 20 pieces of information about each passenger and crew member on board. To avoid hassle and disappointment don’t wait till you get denied entry been entry be prepare by applying for the US Waiver now.

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