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Wed May 20, 2009 9:03 pm
westcoastsuki wrote:Hey everyone,
My boyfriend had a DUI in the States, and for that reason has been denied entry into Canada(rather silly but that is such)
Any advice on the process involved with getting a pardon for him? I think it's been close to three years since he got his DUI?
Thu May 21, 2009 4:13 am
Azmairnin wrote:Unlike the States, Canadian pardons are not automatic
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Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:43 am
bobassadi wrote:Since I am not able to start a new thread I'll ask this here.
Hi all,looking for some help. I'm applying for a partner visa to Australia. I went to do my criminal checks but I have a charge from 1993. It was a fail to remain at an accident, in a parking lot, no one in the car, I left, I was young and stupid. Anyway when I went to do my clearance checks it came up so I had to do fingerprints electronically. Without a record it should be 3 days to get the clearance but with a record they say upwards of 120 days. Has anyone had this happen to them and what was the actual wait time?
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