National Pardon Centre Continues Assisting With Criminal Records
The National Pardon Centre, headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, is a nationally-accredited entity that assists Canadian citizens with a history of crime on their permanent records. Recognized by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and operating as a Federal Non-Profit Organization, the National Pardon Centre specializes in helping Canadian residents with a criminal background suspend their records, obtain fingerprinting services, and gain legal forgiveness for their crimes in order to live a better life. Clients of the National Pardon Centre go on to get decent jobs, moving abroad, cross the border, and live a life of significance.
The National Pardon Centre provides RCMP-certified services as well as assistance from legal professionals. Founded in 2002 by Michael Ashby and Nicole Levesque, the National Pardon Centre has assisted and processed thousands of applications over the years and has helped Canadian citizens with a criminal history gain entry into the United States. Their service offerings include fingerprinting on-site, walk-in appointments in Montreal and Toronto, record suspensions, and waivers. Now celebrating nearly 15 years of service to Canadians, the National Pardon Centre is looking forward to the upcoming changes to pardon and waiver deadlines and waiting periods.
Led by the Public Minister of Public Safety, Ralph Goodale, the deadlines, pricing, and waiting/probationary periods for criminal history waivers and suspensions should be improving. The National Pardon Centre is keeping abreast of these changes and will notify the public as soon as any changes go into effect.
Contact the National Pardon Centre by visiting them online at nationalpardon.org. On their website, clients can navigate to the preferred service they are looking for, as well as request more information to guide you along in the process of obtaining pardons in Canada. The National Pardon Centre may also be able to help clients connect with legal lawyers and skilled attorneys for added assistance with obtaining the sufficient documents and supporting materials. The toll-free phone number for the National Pardon Centre is 1-866-242-2411. Clients may also apply for assistance or services online directly on the National Pardon Centre’s website.
Address: Montreal, Quebec
#650-2000 Peel St.
#1503-2 Carlton St.
#340-600 Crowfoot Cres NW
AB T3G 0B4