Accu-metrics, an RCMP accredidted Fingerprint Agency, offers free in house legal expertise, a professional staff, and will expedite your pardon and Record Suspension or waiver economically and efficiently. Our fees start as low as $399.00. Digital fingerprinting is done in house as we are linked to the criminal records system, at a cost of $ 49 plus the rcmp fee of $25.
The current government fee payable to Ottawa is $50, paid when we file the application ,and refundable if a pardon is not issued.
YOU MAY FOOLISHLY PAY UP TO $750 (OR MORE) FOR A PARDON OR WAIVER, AVAILABLE FROM ACCU-METRICS, PROCESSED, AND EXPEDITED, WITH PERSONAL SERVICE, BY OUR PROFESSIONAL STAFF FOR -- $399 -- CALL 1-877-842-4827 or 416-691-4167
CANADA PARDON BOARD APPROVAL EXPEDITED WITH OUR REHABILITATION
AND CONSULTATION SERVICES
Accu-Metrics Pardon (Record Suspension) and U.S. Waiver Service Advantage
PARDONS ARE NOW RECORD SUSPENSIONS
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HAS CHANGED THE NAME PARDONS TO RECORD SUSPENSIONS, BUT IN EFFECT YOU WILL WILL STILL BE GETTING YOUR RECORD CLEARED. THE CHANGE IS IN TERMINOLOGY, AND IN SOME OF THE TERMS .TIME FRAMES, ETC TO BE COMPLIED WITH.
YOU NEED NOT WORRY, ACCU-METRICS WILL HANDLE THE ENTIRE PROCESS, AND ACHEIVE YOUR GOAL IN AN EXPEDIENT AND ECONOMICAL MANNER AS WE HAVE DONE FOR THOUSANDS OF OTHERS.
ONLY VIAGUARD ENSURES YOU CAN MEET THE NEW GOVERNMENT CRITERIA
"THE ONUS WILL BE ON THE APPLICANT TO DEMONSTRATE TO THE PAROLE BOARD THAT THEY ARE REHABILITATED"
THE ONLY PARDON/WAIVER AND RECORD SUSPENSION SERVICE THAT EXPIDITES YOUR APPLICATION WITH OUR EXCLUSIVE REHABILITATION CERTIFICATION PROGRAM- AVAILABE TO CLIENTS WHO WANT IT AT NO COST
EXCLUSIVE AT ACCU-METRICS
Accu-metrics offers pardons and Record Suspension at $399, and waivers at $399, including expedited service. We will always discuss your circumstances in person, and advise on the best course of action.
At Accu-metrics you have TWO very important options
The cerificate and course offered on line, showing you have taken general rehabilitation
instruction - COST $100.
IMPORTANT- IF YOUR CONVICTIONS INCLUDE A DRUG OR ALCOHOL OFFENCE
Confirmation of Alcohol and/or Drug Rehabilitation
If one of your offenses includes either a DUI charge or any conviction related to the use, possession or trafficking of prohibited drugs, it is very important to produce documented evidence proving that you have not used any of these substances, with which you were previously charged, over the past 12 months.
A negative test result for the use of any substance is given when the level found in a hair sample, which Viaguard laboratories analyses, is under the limits established by regulatory agencies.
Viaguard laboratories (a leading alcohol and drug forensic testing facility), whose work is accepted by courts and legal authorities, will arrange to have a small sample of your hair tested and the results made confidentially available to you.
We would strongly recommend that a negative usage test, covering previous one year periods, be submitted as evidence of your drug and/or alcohol rehabilitation. This legal report is compelling evidence, which may facilitate parole board approval of your application.
The costs of this testing, which is about $175, may be money well spent.
WORRY-FREE PARDON and Record Suspension / WAIVER SERVICES BY OUR PROFESSIONALS -- EXPIDITED AND ECONOMICAL
AN IMPORTANT AND EXCLUSIVE ACCU-METRICS OPTION
YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE REHABILITATIVE INSTRUCTION but in both pardon and Record Suspension and waiver applications, the decision making tribunals have indicated a preference for documented evidence of rehabilitation.
Accu-metrics now has available an intensive optional course in criminal rehabilitation which can be taken at a convenient time and place, or by the internet.
You will be issued a certificate indicating your successful participation and this may be very helpful in your application as this step indicates to the decision making officials that you are serious about leading a rehabilitative life. This course will not delay your application and MAY ASSIST IN EXPEDITING ITS APPROVAL. Cost of this optional course is $100.00.
This is the certificate you receive on completion of the course, a copy of which will be submitted with your application.
Why a Pardon / Record Suspension?
A criminal record is an impediment to where you can work, volunteer, travel and live. It will affect every facet of your social and economic well being. Anyone convicted of a criminal offence has a criminal record.
Many people are not aware of the fact that once you have been fingerprinted and a charge has been laid, even if it has been dropped, you have been acquitted, or received an absolute, or conditional discharge you have a non-conviction criminal record and may be unable to pass a police clearance. Thus, even after obtaining a Canadian Pardon we advise purging, and expunging your record.
Steps in your Accu-metrics Expedited Pardon and Record Suspension Application
Accu-metrics will take your fingerprints digitally and obtain your RCMP official record of any registered convictions, charges throughout Canada.
Applicants are often surprised that some older convictions are not registered or there are multiple convictions that you are not aware of.
Accu-metrics will acquire certification from every court jurisdiction where you have had a conviction and certify that your penalty has been served and any fines paid.
We will contact all local police services in the jurisdiction where you have been charged or convicted and obtain required certificates.
If you have served in the military we will obtain your military conduct report.
Accu-metrics will guide you in obtaining character reference letters and determining whether your application should include consideration for compassionate circumstances.
We will then petition the National Parole Board for your pardon and Record Suspension.
The Importance of Character Reference Letters
Character reference letters may be very important in ensuring your pardon and Record Suspension is obtained in an expedited matter.
To understand the importance of character references letters you should know a little about the structure of the National Parole Board who will be reviewing your application.
The board is an independent administrative tribunal that has exclusive authority for making decisions to grant, deny, and revoke pardons under the Criminal Records Act and the Criminal Code of Canada.
The board is an agency within the Ministry of Public Safety Canada and is composed of 72 members in regional offices across the country.
In reviewing pardons, the board maintains high standards of integrity and independence and performs its duties with sensitivity but in reviewing a completed paper application, it is difficult to develop a sense of compassion and sensibility.
Character reference letters that speak from the heart and indicate your exemplary conduct and character since your conviction and mention positive aspects of your life, give a personal meaning to the application that is helpful in ensuring a timely pardon. Accu-metrics will guide you through this process.
Grounds of compassion
Accu-metrics will review your status under the Royal Perogative of Mercy 2001 (RPM).
The RPM is a perogative exercised in Canada involving clemency in certain cases and is granted usually on recommendation from the Minister of Public Safety or another Minister. It is used where justice, humanity, and compassion are served by overriding ridged procedures.
Accu-metrics will review your personal circumstances and help construct a case for special status if appropriate.
Expunging a File-Fee is $150
A criminal record is created in many non-conviction circumstances including
Absolute and conditional charges
Stay of proceedings
Finding of being not criminally responsible
These records are kept on file along with your personal information and fingerprints.
Accu-metrics will ensure these files are expunged and the records destroyed.
Accu-metrics Pardon and Record Suspension Timeline Guide
Pardon and Record Suspension is available 5 years after the completion of your last sentence and/or any related penalties. You should apply after 4 years.
Typical Offences Include
Driving under the influence
Possession of an illegal drug
Fraud or theft under $5000
Failure to appear
Breach of probation
Pardon and Record Suspension is available 10 years after the completion of your last sentence and/or any related penalties. Apply after 9 years.
Typical Offences Include
Procession for purposes of trafficking
Fraud or theft over $5000
Break and Enter
Aggravated or sexual assault (Rape)
What happens to your criminal record?
After a pardon / Record Suspension is issued your record is removed from searchable systems (CPIC) within a 30 days period. The pardon board issues a directive to all federal agencies including the RCMP to implement this policy.
The pardon board requires local police agencies to follow this procedure within 90 days, and all court records are removed and placed under seal with no access except by you.
A Canadian pardon will not remove your name from the U.S. Customs and Border Services data base of persons prohibited from U.S. entry. You may be in their data base for a variety of reasons which include prior charges and convictions in Canada, illegal entry to the U.S. on previous occasions and illegally working in the U.S. Unfortunately there is no certain way of ascertaining what is stored in the U.S. computer system because all this information is considered classified. U.S. Customs may be tolerant of certain minor offences such as driving under the influence of alcohol, juvenile delinquency, trespassing etc., but in all cases allowing entry is at the discretion of the individual Border Officer you encounter.
There are certain crimes which are regarded by the U.S. as crimes of moral turpitude and here there is no doubt that you will be denied entry. These offences would include drug possession or trafficking, fraud, arson, blackmail, robbery etc. You will absolutely require a waiver for U.S. entry if ever convicted or charges with a crime of moral turpitude.
If you have reason to be concerned Accu-metrics should apply for your U.S. Waiver which will allow unconditional entry. Waivers are issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security whose authority overrides any discretionary powers of U.S. Customs and Border Services agents.
The fee for a waiver is $399.00 plus fingerprinting costs of $49.00 plus $25.00 for an RCMP certificate, which Accu-metrics will obtain for you. When your final U.S. waiver application is filed there is a fee payable to U.S. Homeland Security of $585.00 U.S.
Every case is unique. Contact Accu-metrics Pardon and Record Suspension Service at (416) 691-4167 or toll free 1-877-842-4827 so we can assess your situation and give you our professional opinion at no cost or obligation. Or click here to apply online.
Obtaining a Canadian Pardon and Record Suspension can be done most economically, if with our guidance you are prepared to do some of the work involved, or if you prefer we can handle the complete process.
Rest assured that at Accu-metrics you will receive the most efficient, economical and expedited service.
FOR MOST PEOPLE THE WAGES OF A CRIMINAL OFFENCE ARE POVERTY
Accu-metrics review of the proposed government "Get Tough On Crime" legislation indicates areas of concern that appear to be overlooked or misunderstood. Further, there are serious doubts about the proposed intention of lengthening the period of time required for pardon and Record Suspension eligibility.
In a large number of interviews with persons seeking a pardon and Record Suspension or those who have obtained one, certain facts become evident.
One relevant theme is that for many, a criminal record resulted in expensive legal bills, fines, incarceration, loss of subsequent employment opportunity and many other setbacks for the person and their family.
The benefits "material or emotional", of what in most cases was a less than major crime, turned out to be detrimental.
In the 5-year period after being granted a pardon and Record Suspension a recipient is 70% less likely to reoffend than a person who has never applied for or been granted a pardon.
These numbers mirror an extensive study done by Correctional Service Canada about a decade ago. Their conclusion stated "we should be equally concerned about the risk to public safety posed by offenders who are not paroled. These offenders are a greater risk to the community, in that their reoffending rates are so much higher than those of parolees".
The granting of a pardon in a timely manner is a proven deterrent to reoffending. The Parole Board of Canada should be given the additional resources needed to facilitate the process. They do an admirable job, but are over burdened resulting in major delays.
The issuance of a pardon has multiple positive effects on a person's life. It opens employment and educational opportunities, restores a sense of personal worth and dignity, and is a definite stimulus to avoiding a recurrence of problems.
While serious offenders particularly those whose offences include crimes of moral turpitude will need special attention, the vast majority of offenders are characterized as having been naïve, foolish, easily influenced, and under emotional or financial pressure. Many were involved with drugs or alcohol. While these are not excuses for criminal acts, they should not form the basis for exaggerated punitive measures. The offenders family are often collateral victims of the misdeed.
Rehabilitative services should be made more accessible, they have an important role to play. At Accu-metrics regardless as to whether the applicant has already taken a rehabilitative program or not, they are encouraged to take the Accu-metrics course which can be done at our facility or online. Applicants are then required to complete a questionnaire as to their interpretation of the program, how it will assist them, and are given a verbal interview. The response has been favourable.
While even a large number of interviews and applicants do not produce statistically valid conclusions, nevertheless what emerges is a clear indication that the granting of a pardon and Record Suspension has profound positive effects on the life of an individual and the society they live in.
The criminal justice system has already extracted the requisite penalty for the crime and although some may argue it is impossible to make amends for misdeeds that impact victims, the best interest of society are served by allowing people to reintegrate into the mainstream, and become and remain responsible, contributing members.
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