It is absolutely your privilege to try. There is no legal requirement to use an accredited processing firm or Pardon service for your Pardon application. However, similar to representing yourself in court, attempting your own Pardon application carries several risks. Each stage of the application process has strict requirements, and each one must be done in a specific order and time frame. If any one or more of the requirements are not met, or not done in the right sequence, your Pardon application may be rejected or deemed invalid, and you will have to wait a minimum of twelve (12) months before starting the process over from the beginning. This can add to both timeline, cost & frustration. For most applicants looking to obtain a Canadian Pardon, it makes sense to ensure the application is done accurately and correctly the first time.
Why not speak with an A+ Accredited Pardon Officer first before making the best decision for you. There is no obligation to make a payment or start a file unless you are ready to do so. Schedule a call or Apply Now to get started!