Save your Life with the Help of a Canada Pardon


Most people living in Canada have a feeling of insecurity or disturbing thought for their wrong activities committed during the youth stage. Due to the crime, they would not have the freedom to move to the United States. Some Canada citizens who have committed a crime will pay in the form of a jail sentence, community service or fine. It is hard to live with a feeling or shame of your past conviction. It does not remain as a problem when you stay within your country but when you have to visit your friends or family living in the United States; you have to face the consequence. It is advisable to apply for Canada pardon and clear the previous criminal records.

Who is eligible to apply for Canada pardon?

The pardon can be applied by a person who has finished a jailed sentence, and has cleared all the dues for their crime. If the person has been convicted for a criminal offense, then the person can apply after five years and for the summary offense, he/she can apply after completing three years. The five years or three years will be counted only after you clear all the fines in dues or full amount. It will be counted from the time you have finished the jail sentence or community service.

The pardons will be issued as well as denied by the NPB/Board (The National Parole Board). The NPB will see how many years have elapsed or whether you have completed the community service or sentence. They will also refer with the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) to check whether you have been subjected to any other convictions apart from the recorded ones. In order to pass the Canada pardon, you have to stay without any accusations of criminal conduct and remain as a law obeying citizen in the present time.

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