Canadian Pardon & U.S. Waiver Application Services
Pardon Applications of Canada (PAC) is the official A+ BBB Accredited nationwide Canadian Pardon (Record Suspension) and U.S. Entry Waiver (I-192) application completion firm. Learn how PAC works to successfully serve thousands of Canadians and residents each year, opening the door to employment opportunities, travel freedom, peace of mind and more.
A publicly visible criminal record in Canada can limit your work, ability to be bonded, education and volunteer opportunities. Even your legal entrance into the United States can be affected.
Applying for a Pardon or U.S. Waiver is much more than filling out forms. Each step in the application process must be completed perfectly within the right timeline to succeed. At PAC, every application is processed by knowledgeable and dedicated Pardon & U.S. Waiver Officers. Check out real Pardon Applications of Canada reviews from previous applicants.
Utilizing RCMP Accredited fingerprints, PAC adheres to the strict processing requirements mandated by the government of Canada and U.S. Department of Homeland Security to ensure each application achieves maximum opportunity for success.
Communication is at the heart of PAC’s unique client experience. Applicants receive dedicated Client Care support via updates through email, phone, mail and even text. Learn more about why PAC is the right choice for those seeking to take a significant, positive step forward in their life.
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PAC utilizes RCMP Accredited fingerprints and upholds the highest A+ Accredited rating via the BBB, with real client reviews & testimonials. Officers do not work on commission and are committed to serve in your best interest from start to finish.
PAC adheres to the strict processing requirements as mandated by the government of Canada and U.S. Department of Homeland Security to ensure each application achieves maximum opportunity for success.
Real Reviews of Pardon Applications of Canada
Below is just a few real applicant reviews of Pardon Applications of Canada via BBB (Ottawa). Check it out for yourself and get PAC working for you today.
Amazing work and they kept the process easy. They spent their time informing me along the way! Highly recommend it!
Sukhdeep D (Verified by BBB)
Great staff. Was fast to get back to us with this process. Great job.
Kevin R (Verified by BBB)
I had a very good service. Anytime I had a question, I always had a prompt answer either by phone or by email.
Martin D (Verified by BBB)
What are the Benefits of a Canadian Pardon?
A criminal record can make it more difficult to find a job, buy a house, get a bank loan, apply for self-employment contracts, travel abroad, do volunteer work, enroll in education programs, immigrate, get custody of a child, rent an apartment and more. Assuming you qualify and can afford a minimum monthly payment of $80.00, contact Pardon Applications today via 866-383-9744 to get started.
What is the Total Cost of a Canadian Pardon?
Pardon Applications of Canada’s processing fee is a 12-month program for $80 or $900 in full, including all applicable taxes. This service fee covers the actual work completed by PAC including courts and police to complete your Pardon application, working with you to fulfill applicant responsibilities, and submitting your application to the government of Canada. In addition, there are legal disbursements required which can vary depending on the length and complexity of your criminal record and other factors. Lastly, the government of Canada itself charges a filing fee once the Pardon application is submitted. For an exact quote based on your Pardon, contact Pardon Applications today via 866-383-9744.
How Long Will the Pardon Take?
From making the first call to Pardon Applications of Canada 866-383-9744, you can expect a total timeline of approximately 10-14 months. Factors which can affect the total timeline include the length and complexity of your record, as well as the number of dispositions (locations) in which you were charged.