Do you have a Canadian criminal conviction? Do you have a criminal record? Do you want freedom? Do you want to know how much is a pardon in ontario? You are not alone. We can prepare and submit your Canada Criminal Pardon aka Record Suspension for you. Some people even call it a criminal record pardon.
Here are some basic facts about a Record Suspension:
If you’ve been found guilty of a criminal offence, you have a criminal record. Criminal records are not automatically removed. You must apply under the Criminal Records Act of Canada for a Record Suspension.
A pardon allows people who were convicted, but have rehabilitated themselves since their conviction, to have their criminal record kept ‘separate and apart’ from other criminal records.
Canada Pardon Waiting Period
A Canadian pardon allows people who were convicted, but have rehabilitated themselves since their conviction, to have their criminal record kept 'separate and apart' from other criminal records.
Pardon eligibility after completion of your sentence, the following waiting periods must elapse before your application can be submitted.
5 years for a summary offence(3 Years if in B.C. or Ontario)
10 years for an indictable offence (5 Years if in B.C. or Ontario)
Completion of your sentence includes:
Payment of any fines, surcharges or restitution orders.
Conclusion of parole and/or probation period
Once we obtain all of the necessary information, we will petition the Parole Board. Currently, the process can take anywhere from 6 to 12 months and varies depending on RCMP and Parole Board workloads.
Absolutely no one can speed up the Canada criminal pardon or us entry waiver process. Don’t let the competition fool you otherwise.