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Anyone convicted of a federal offense may apply for a presidential pardon. Federal regulations 28 CFR 1.1-1.10 specify the rules governing petitions for obtaining such pardons.You will need to contact the Pardon Attorney's Office at that link to inquire about the procedures for obtaining such a pardon. OR you can write for the information:
Pardon Attorney's Office
U.S. Department of Justice
Washington DC 20530
For purposes of the Gun Control Act, a person is not considered convicted if1 has been pardoned,
2 had their civil rights restored or set aside, or
3 had the conviction expunged or set aside, unless the pardon, restoration, or expungement expressly bars shipping, transporting, possessing, or receiving firearms