Regina, Saskatchewan (August 14, 2012) - Fingerprint Pardon Services, a highly regarded immigration pardon and US visa waiver service provider, is offering their assistance to citizens who wish to have their data purged from government records. Destroying this information can remove the stigma of a criminal procedure in a person's records and help prevent various forms of legal inconvenience.
People who have been declared innocent by the courts do not need to apply for an immigration pardon. Immigrants wishing to travel internationally or move to the United States, however, may experience difficulty if they've been involved in a legal case. They may need to have information such as DNA records or fingerprints removed from the legal databases.
The Vancouver Police Department states that there are various waiting periods for the destruction process. These range from one year for judgments for a stay of proceedings to three months for withdrawn or dismissed cases, acquittals, and for not guilty verdicts.
People who were exonerated for their crimes should not assume that they do not have criminal records. To remove these sets of information from legal databases, people can hire an attorney to file the necessary pleadings to set in motion the process for destroying these files.
Fingerprint Pardon Services helps people in removing these damaging files by handling all the needed documents, giving on-site fingerprinting services, and aiding in the proper completion of all requirements. By consulting with a service provider such as FPS, applicants can complete the process within a period of 12-18 months, subject to the limits set by law enforcement agencies.
For more information on file destruction, waiver application, pardon application, and more, call FPS's number 306-205-2532 or send an email to email@example.com today.
About Fingerprint Pardon Services
FPS Fingerprint Pardon Service provides US visa waiver application and record suspension services for clients across Canada. FPS does not offer legal advisory services. Should one need legal services, FPS recommends getting in touch with appropriate legal representatives.