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January

How to Apply for a Record Suspensions in Canadian Law

Anybody convicted of a criminal offence in Canada is legally entitled to apply for Record Suspension after they have successfully served out their sentence. The law goes on to specify that they must be able to demonstrate to the Parole Board of Canada (PBC) that they have been leading a crime free life over a specified time period. A successfully Record Suspension application results in the removal of the criminal record from the database of the Canadian Police Information Center. The records are not destroyed but rather sealed so that

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19

January

Secure Your Freedom with a Record Suspensions

Thousands of Canadians live with the stigma of minor crimes committed when they were younger. It is a fact of life that when people are young especially in their teenage years and early twenties, they tend to be carefree and go about their business with little regard for societal standing and future consequences. Unfortunately, for most us, the sins of our youth return to haunt us later in life. It may be in the form of a drunken driving conviction, drug related misdemeanor or some other crime that is common

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18

January

Us Waiver concerns

The recent events overseas has raised the concern level for DHS (Department of Homeland Security). As a result it is essential that those applying to work or travel to the United States apply for a U.S. Waiver through a reputable company and ensure that you will travel and work without worry.

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WASHINGTON — Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson acknowledged concerns Friday that terrorists might use the visa waiver program to enter the United States, and said his department is taking steps to address weaknesses in the program.

Johnson told an aviation

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