Why Remove Your Criminal Record?

Why Remove Your Criminal Record?

There are many reasons why an individual should have their Criminal Record removed. Below is a list of some of the most common problems associated with a criminal record.

Peace of Mind: Individuals can be consciously or unconsciously distressed by their past criminal records. Removing your criminal record will help make you feel better about yourself and your future prospects.

Getting / Keeping a Job: Employers conduct criminal record searches on job applicants prior to hiring them. A record may hinder your chance of getting hired. You can be subject to future criminal record searches by your employer. You may lose your job or denied a promotion if a future search reveals your criminal record. In some provinces Human Rights Codes prohibit discrimination based on a criminal record if the person has been pardoned.

Self Employment: Many companies who sub-contract individuals or small businesses are now requiring criminal record searches to be conducted on them.

Bondability: Being bonded means that the employer has paid insurance which will pay claims made against employees. It costs more to bond those with a criminal record. If having you bonded is too expensive for the employer, you may not be hired.

Custody of Your Children: Some parents have had their child custody and visitation rights negatively impacted because of a criminal record.

Apartment Rental: Standard rental application forms ask if you have a criminal record. It may be difficult finding a place to live when you have a criminal record.

Educational Opportunities: Many educational programs require criminal checks before the program requirements can be met.

Stigma of a Criminal Past: People often suffer accusations and have their credibility questioned because of their criminal record.

Travel to the U.S.A.: Individuals with criminal records have been denied entry to the USA. A U.S. Entry Waiver can provide you with peace of mind by ensuring a hassle free border crossing.

Canadian Immigration: Canadian Immigration often rejects applications for refugee status, landed status and citizenship for those who have criminal records.

Volunteer Work: Some organizations require a criminal record search as a precondition for performing volunteer work.

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Robert / July 14, 2009

I know your work will help others.

Thank you

Robert Smith

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Peter Cung (cung khai thien) / December 12, 2011

CARPE DIEM to the great,famous,legendary,historical Honorable Nicole Levesque,
I was deeply touched and enlighted by your benovelent teachings of canadian law.Hence,I will drop by monday december 12,2011 to pay cash in full your innovative,exceptional application legal service for a pardon based on self-rehabitation not time required.I make connections,avoid seeing crises as insurmountable problems,accept that change is a part of living,move toward my goals(TO BE A CANADIAN LAWYER through on line law education and at the same time dignifiedly negotiating business deals with several worldwide big corporations in a fair,just and cooperative manners to miraculously turn VietNam into a modernized,matching up with others developed countries in 2020.) Regardless of the decision of the NATIONAL PAROLE BOARD at my hearing,I will not hesitate one second to help others and MOSTLY FOR YOUR CAUSES to make a better,less prejudiced canadian society.However,if you found adversities in MY application of pardon,if you could overcome it,please do not hesitate to email ME the sources of the problem.I did not like to be blind folded and walked in an absolute darkness.I will immediately solve it louder than thunder and faster than lightning.It is amaggedon.I hope Mr.Harvey Cenaiko do not flex his muscles after 25 years thriving as a policeman in Calgary on MY CASE.Nevertheless,there is one black-african lawyer Justice Michael Tulloch(who loves to give free speeches to seneca and centennial colleges and black communities) who thrived on my case to get appointed as a judge while I was in the dungeon.(Tulloch used to be my lawyer).Honestly,unbias,I am not sure he is for or against my pardon.Even he is against,it is irrelevant unless he abused his given powers on me which absolutely not hinder or weaken me but make me more resilient.

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