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Waiting period for Pardon from the PBC?

Waiting period for Pardon from the PBC?
 

I want to look into getting a pardon so I don’t have any future issues applying for jobs abroad or travelling or anything like that. Once I start the process with Pardons Canada, how long is the approximate waiting period to get a response from the PBC.

Answers

By Pardons Canada

The process for obtaining a pardon or record suspension is a 10 step process before the application is even submitted to the PBC for final approval.  

 

Once the application arrives at the PBC the waiting time sometimes depends on the type of offence.  

 

For summary offences, the turn around time at the PBC is usually up to 6 months. For Indictable offences, the turn around time at the PBC is 6-12 months.

 
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