For example, if you have a criminal record and would like to travel outside Canada, it can be a long, frustrating process. Attempting to apply for a travel waiver on your own can be a time-consuming and arduous ordeal. Should you make even one tiny error, your application could be denied.
If you have a criminal record and attempt to leave the country without a waiver, you are putting yourself and your possessions at risk. New legislation requires that every person crossing the Canada/U.S. border by air must now have a passport. Soon, Canadians making land and sea crossings will also be required to have a passport.
Limitations on travel are not the only difficulty that people with criminal records. People with criminal records are often turned down for jobs or promotions. Finding a place to live can also be more difficult for people with criminal records, as many landlords are now conducting criminal record searches. Adoption, volunteering, and insurance rates are all negatively impacted by a criminal record. Contact us today to remove your criminal record so that you can continue your life without these complications.