Chapter 6 - Overview of the 10 Steps to Apply for a Record Suspension

Chapter 6 - Overview of the 10 Steps to Apply for a Record Suspension

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Now let's take a brief look at the ten steps in the application process.

Then, we will go over each of these steps in more detail.

Step 1 - Get your Criminal Record from the RCMP in Ottawa, and, if required, your proof of conviction documents.

Step 2 - Get your Court Information using the form at the back of the Application Guide.

Step 3 - If you are a current or former member of the Canadian Forces, get your Military Conduct Sheet.

Step 4 - Get your Local Police Records Check using the form at the back of the Application Guide.

Step 5 - If you were born outside of Canada, get your Proof of Citizenship or Immigration Documents.

Step 6 - Get a photocopy of your document to support your identification.

Step 7 - Fill in the Schedule 1 Exception Form, if applicable, making sure to answer all questions.

Step 8 - Fill in the Record Suspension Application Form, making sure to answer all questions.

Step 9 - Fill in the Measurable Benefit and Sustained Rehabilitation Form, making sure you complete all sections.

Step 10 - Go over the checklist to make sure you haven't forgotten anything, and mail your application, supporting documents, and the processing fee to the Parole Board of Canada.


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