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Troubled ? Criminal Record !!

Stop Living in the Dark

Remove your Criminal Record And Enhance your Life Forever!

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Feeling Confused between Record Suspension (Pardon) and a U.S. Entry Waiver ?
Scenario 1 -If you have Criminal Record AND you have been denied entry at the US border then you Must require U.S. Entry Waiver

Scenario 2 - If you have Criminal Record AND Never been denied for entry into the U.S then you May not require U.S. Entry Waiver
Note - To ensure you will not be denied entry to the U.S. due to Canadian criminal record , call F.I.P.S for more information.

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Is it compulsory to apply for Record Suspension (Pardon) before applying for a US Entry Waiver ?
Answer - No, you can directly apply for US entry waiver.

How to deny the possibility of being refused by U.S border guards ?
Answer - Grant a US Entry Waiver

Please Tell me, how long does it takes to receive a US Entry Waiver?
It can take 6 to 18 months (approximately) Always remember it depends upon the complexity of application.

If you have a criminal record, Then You Must Remember A criminal record is not removed automatically. You must make an application under the Criminal Records Act of Canada for a Record Suspension (Pardon). You are eligible to apply for a Record Suspension (Pardon) five or ten years after you have completed your sentence for your offence(s). A sentence may be a fine, probation, jail term, surcharge or restitution.

Record Suspension (Pardon)
If you have a criminal record. A criminal record is not removed automatically. You must do something about it to try to live a life without obstacles. To have your record removed, you must make an application under the Criminal Records Act of Canada for a Pardon. The Act is intended to benefit persons who have been convicted of offences and have later rehabilitated themselves. A Pardon is a formal process to remove the stigma associated with a criminal record.

Record Destruction
If you are charged with a criminal offence and even if the charge is subsequently dismissed, withdrawn, or stayed, you still have a criminal record. A record of the fact that you were charged is kept, as well as your fingerprints and photographs and any other information that you have at the time of your arrest is kept on file. This is also known as F.P.S.. The F.P.S. is attached to your name and will show up every time your name is checked by authorities.

U.S. WAIVERS

If you have a criminal record in Canada you must apply for a U.S. Waiver in order to travel to the United States. A Canadian Pardon does not guarantee entry into the U.S., you still require a Waiver. A U.S. Waiver application usually takes 6-10 months to process; therefore it is essential to apply for your U.S. Waiver well before the date you wish to enter the U.S.

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My charges were “dropped” in court, I was found Not Guilty

If you are charged with a criminal offence and even if the charge is subsequently dismissed, withdrawn, or stayed, you still have a criminal record.

A record of the fact that you were charged is kept, as well as your fingerprints and photographs and any other information that you have at the time of your arrest is kept on file. This is also known as F.P.S. The F.P.S. is attached to your name and will show up every time your name is checked by authorities.

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Contact Us
F.I.P.S Toronto 1280 Finch Avenue West, Suite 417 Toronto, ON M3J 3K6 Tel: 416-663-FIPS (3477) fipstoronto@bellnet.ca

F.I.P.S Brampton 7900 Hurontario, Suite 301 Brampton, ON L6Y 0P6 Tel: 905-497-FIPS (3477) fipsbrampton@bellnet.ca

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