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A Record Suspension (Previously called Pardon) is an official authorization by the Canadian Government, which allows individuals who were convicted of criminal offences to suspend their criminal record regardless of whether charges ended with a conviction, or charges which were later withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, absolutely or conditionally, a police certificate states of your negative contact with them.

In Canada, a criminal record is an obstacle on your ability to travel across borders, obtain a job, and obtain business contracts. This situation is preventable if you obtain a Record Suspension. At East West Fingerprinting, our professional team is here to assist you in fulfilling all of your application requirements. Our assistance ranges from conducting a criminal record search, to digital fingerprints, to retrieving court information and collecting relevant documents from Canada Government agencies in order to prepare your application. We can simplify the process and give you the assistance you needed.

When you require a Record Suspension (Pardon)?

You may require a Record Suspension (Pardon) at the following occasions:-

  • Canadian Citizenship
  • Canadian Immigration
  • Volunteer Work
  • Adoption
  • Child’s Custody
  • Overseas Visa
  • Employment –Federal/Provincial/Private Sector
  • Liquor License
  • Franchise Purchase
  • School/College Admission

When you can apply for a Record Suspension (Pardon)?

Eligibility Details
MUST have completed all sentences An individual has paid all fines, surcharges, costs, restitution and compensation orders in full

An individual person has served all of his/her time, including parole or statutory release

An individual has satisfied his/her probation order

MUST have waited a certain period from the completion of all sentences 10 Years – for an indictable offense (for a personal injury offence (Section 752 of the Criminal Code) including manslaughter, where a sentence of two or more years was imposed – an indictable sexual offence)

5 years- for a summary offence

3 years – Conditional discharge

MUST have waited a certain period from the completion of all sentences 10 Years – for an indictable offense (for a personal injury offence (Section 752 of the Criminal Code) including manslaughter, where a sentence of two or more years was imposed – an indictable sexual offence)

5 years- for a summary offence

3 years – Conditional discharge

Record Suspension Benefits

  • For Canadian Immigration/Citizenship
  • To avoid future accusations
  • Piece of mind
  • Avoid the disgrace associated with those who have a criminal record
  • Have an access to education, career and leisure opportunities (to study, travel, get job and do any
    Volunteer work)

Suspension to clear your criminal record, you must fulfill the following eligibility requirements:-

Please note that:-

Any convictions carrying a life sentence cannot be pardoned.

NOTE: – Under the authority of the Criminal Records Act (CRA) the National Parole Board of Canada (NPBC) may grant, deny, or revoke your Record Suspension / Canadian pardon for convictions.
We do not provide legal advice.

RECORD SUSPENSION APPLICATION FEE
Standard Administration Service $375*
Courts Fees (if applicable) and Local Police checks $50-$80

Parole Board of Canada Application Processing fee (Payable to the Receiver General for Canada)$631. *Fees may vary from case to case. Fees Digital Finger Printing $55.00 plus $25.00

(Rates are subject to change at any time)

Method of Payment

We accept cash, debit cards and major credit cards.