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Alaska – America Criminal Record Pardon Application

Application for Pardon – Get a Pardon or Expungement

Get a Pardon from your America criminal record.  What is a Pardon?  Quite simply it’s having your criminal record sealed, destroyed or cleared.  Apply for a America Criminal Record Pardon and you can keep your record your business and no one else’s business.  Your Federal or State Pardon will make your record inaccessible without your permission.


A Federal or State Pardon is referred to as a Sealed Record.  It represents a free start in life.  Whatever criminal pardon you may be seeking, a Federal or State pardon signifies that you have complied with justice and paid your debt to society.


Once your criminal record pardon, your Federal or State government pardon, is granted you will instantly gain opportunities to improve your life, your happiness.  You’ll be on the same footing with all other Americans for job opportunities that open up.  Travel becomes easier and you gain new opportunities for education and advancement.


A Waiver – An Entry Form necessary for entry into the Canada

Those individuals with a criminal record attempting to enter the Canada, without a criminal record pardon, will be denied entry.  A computer search for criminal records are made by Canadian Custom and Immigration Officers.


Pardon Services – Application for Pardon or Waiver

How to Get a Pardon – How to get a Waiver

Pardon Services file all the Federal or State paperwork for you.  Yes, you can file the papers yourself but why take the chance at not filing completely nor correctly?  For a reasonable fee a Pardon Services company will make certain that your application for pardon is properly and completely prepared.  Your Pardon Services Company will then assure that your complete and correctly filed application for pardon is forwarded to the appropriate federal or state government pardon department.  Get a pardon with the competent help of a Pardon Services company.


How to choose a Pardon Services company:

1. Call the toll free number of a Pardon Services company and speak with the well versed, knowledgeable, trained Pardon Services Agent.  The Pardon Services Agent is there to help and advise you.  The Pardon Services Agent wants to help you successfully get a government pardon.  And their Pardon Services call is toll free.

2. Be honest about your wanting a criminal record pardon or a US Waiver.  Answer their questions honestly and completely.

3. They may have a payment plan.  Ask.


Federal Pardon(s)

The President of the United Sates grants pardons under Article 11, Section 2 of the United States Government.  This power includes the power to grant pardons, conditional pardons, commutations of sentences, conditional commutations of sentences, remissions of fines and forfeitures, respites and Amnesties.

Federal pardon petitions are addressed to the President who typically refers the application for pardon for review and non-binding recommendations from the Office of the Pardon Attorney at the Department of Justice.  A Presidential Pardon can be granted at any time during the criminal’s sentence.

A Presidential pardon will restore various rights lost due to a criminal conviction.


Alaska Criminal Pardon Application – State Pardon

The Alaska State Pardon Board may grant two forms of Pardon.  A full pardon restores all your Rights.  A Pardon with Restrictions restores all except some Rights.  For example you may not have restores the right to bear arms or you may be restricted due to sex offender crimes.  The Pardon Board has the discretion to place any other restrictions on your pardon, as the Board deems necessary under the circumstances.  Pardon applicants living in Alaska my have a pardon granted with restoration of some or all civil and political Rights.

A pardon from the Alaska Pardon Board regarding a Federal Offence is only good in Alaska.  You may submit a written request to the head of the agency responsible for maintaining past conviction or current offender information, asking the agency to seal your criminal record.

A person about whom information is sealed under this section may deny the existence of the information and of an arrest, charge, conviction, or sentence shown in the information.

Automatic Restoration of Rights in Alaska:
The rights to vote and to serve on a jury are lost upon conviction of a felony and automatically restored upon completion of sentence , the unconditional discharge.  A felony offender may not possess concealed weapon for 10 years following discharge (lost permanently if offense is one against the person), unless conviction set aside or pardoned.

Eligibility for Alaska Criminal Pardon:
Two years after completion of sentence. Persons convicted under federal law or convicted under the law of another state are ineligible for a Governor’s pardon.   Pardon is the only way to regain personal rights lost and remove disabilities under Alaska law.  A State Pardon from Alaska has the effect of setting aside the criminal conviction, so that individual is considered not to have been convicted (though conviction remains on the record for official viewing only).

Getting Your Rights Restored in Alaska
One of the primary misconceptions about pardons in Alaska is that a pardon is the only manner by which one may have one’s rights restored. In some states a pardon is the only manner by which a convicted felon may have his or her civil rights restored. However, in Alaska some rights are automatically restored upon unconditional discharge, which is the completion of one’s sentence, including any period of probation, discretionary parole, or mandatory parole.

Right to Serve on a Jury in Alaska: A person is disqualified from serving as a juror if the person has been convicted of a felony for which the person has not been unconditionally discharged.   Thus, in Alaska, a pardon is not necessary to restore one’s eligibility to serve on a jury or to vote. The right to vote and the right to serve on a jury are automatically restored to felons upon unconditional discharge of the sentence.   Any person convicted of a felony involving moral turpitude under federal or state law may not vote in a federal, state or municipal election from the date of the conviction through the date of unconditional discharge.   Upon presenting proof that the person is unconditionally discharged from custody the person may register to vote. If you wish to participate in an election in Alaska after unconditional discharge of your sentence, contact your voting district’s regional election officer.

Who is Eligible for a Federal or State Government Pardon?


When you apply for a pardon you must have completed the following requirements:

1. You must have completed your sentence including any and all parole   requirements

2. You must have paid any and all fines related to your case

3. You must have paid any and all financial penalties related to your case

4. You must have completed your probation period

5. You must have served any waiting time

6. You must have demonstrated that you are a law-abiding citizen

7. There may be other criteria in your case


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