Criminal records are not removed automatically; you must apply under the Criminal Records Act of Canada for a pardon. A pardon allows people who were convicted, but have rehabilitated themselves since their conviction(s), to have their record kept ‘separate and apart’ from other criminal records.
Want to remove the stigma associated with a criminal record? We have the experience to complete your application quickly.
Due to legislative changes and court rulings, determining eligibility can be confusing.
Eligibility ranges from 3, 5 to 10 years after the completion of your sentence and depends on when the offence was committed and the method of trial.
Completion of your sentence includes payment of fines, surcharges and restitution orders, and satisfaction of parole and/or probation.
A court order that prohibits you from driving or owning a firearm is not considered as part of a sentence.
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The Parole Board of Canada (PBC) has specific requirements for pardon and record suspension applications. We will obtain all of the necessary documentation, which can include:
Nearly one-quarter of all applications are rejected during the screening process.
Our service is thorough; we handle every aspect of your application to ensure your pardon is approved.
We have the extensive knowledge required to prepare your application. Our fees are affordable and our service is quick and efficient. Canadians count on us to secure their pardon.
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