Pardon Services Makes it Possible to Travel the World

Friday, October 15, 2010

Most of us have something from our past that we'd like to keep in the past, but if you have a criminal conviction, that's not always possible. If you're a Canadian citizen trying to travel to the U.S., but you haven't been able to because of your record, Pardon Services may be able to help you. Depending on the crime, there are waiting periods between 3 to 10 years. A pardon allows people to travel and work in foreign countries, and records will be sealed from federal authorities and police.

Pardon services has been helping people since 1994, so you can be confident that they have the necessary experience to get the job done. Lucy Perrillo is the founder of this organization, and she has a law enforcement degree, so she understands the workings of the system. It all started when a friend came to her for help, and she's been helping people receive Canadian pardons and U.S. waivers ever since that time. The United States doesn't recognize Canadian pardons, which is why a waiver may be required when traveling.

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