The 10 steps to apply for a record suspension
Information for B.C. and Ontario residents applying for a record suspension.
If you are eligible, have completed all of your sentences, and it is past the waiting period (see Before you get started), you can now apply for a record suspension.
Here are the 10 steps to apply for a record suspension, with instructions for each one.
Get your Court Information using the Court Information Form.
Get your Military Conduct Sheet
(current and former members of the Canadian Forces only).
Get your Proof of Citizenship or Immigration Documents
(if born outside of Canada).
Get a Photocopy of your Document to Support your Identification.
Fill in the Schedule 1 Exception Form
(if applicable, complete all sections).
Fill in the Record Suspension Application Form (answer all questions).
Fill in the Measurable Benefit/Sustained Rehabilitation Form (complete all sections).
Complete the Checklist and mail your application and documents with the $631.00 (CDN) processing fee.
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