Pardon & Record Suspension
If you have a criminal record, it makes it more difficult for you to get ahead in life. It affects your finding a place to rent, finding a job, hinders your travelling, getting a professional license, and the list goes on.
If you are convicted of a criminal offence, have completed your sentencing and demonstrated that you are a law-abiding citizen, you can be eligible for a pardon/Record Suspension from the federal government of Canada. A search at the Canadian Police Information Centre will no longer show that you had a criminal record, or that you were issued a Pardon/Record Suspension.
Many employers conduct criminal record searches before hiring. If you have a criminal record, your chances of getting a job is highly unlikely. Even if you are self-employed, it impacts you negatively because, many companies require criminal record searches for all employees and owners.
When you get a Pardon/Record Suspension, it will positively affect your:
- Career Advancement
- Ability to be Bonded
- Custody of Your Children
- Education (many educational programs require criminal record checks)
Many people have made mistakes that they have regretted, but we are here to help put you back on track. If you are eligible, we can help you take control of your life by assisting you with the pardon’s process.