Canada Security: Canadian Immigration News

The latest news on denied entry to Canada at the Canadian border or at a Canadian airport. A customs officer, known as a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) officer can refuse admission for failure to demonstrate that a genuine visit to Canada.

US Citizen Denied Entry to Canada

U.S. Citizen Denied Entry to Canada for Film Festival

September 12, 2019 / /

Every year, Toronto holds a film festival that is well known around the world. TIFF, Toronto International Film Festival, attracts foreigners from all around the world to watch the new movie premiers. Unfortunately, for many visas hold them back from being able to attend the TIFF. This year in 2019, a man who was in […]

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Entering the US After Canada Legalized Cannabis

June 29, 2018 / /

On October 17, 2018 Canada officially allowed recreational use of cannabis nation wide. Canada is only the second country in the world to legalize marijuana, just behind Uruguay who leagalized marijuana’s production, sale and consumption in Demeter 2013. Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, explained that the bill is focused on making marijuana harder for kids to get […]

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Canada To Use Biometrics In Visa Program In 2013: Big Brother Is Watching

September 14, 2012 / /

Although Canada has had a Canadian Biometrics Program since 2013, the program will be expanding starting on July 31, 2018. The goal of expanding the program is to make legitimate travel to Canada easier while protecting national security, preventing identity fraud and increasing information sharing with the “Migration 5 Partners”. Canada, the United States, Australia, […]

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Stopped at the Canadian Border or Airport and Denied Entry to Canada? What are your Options?

April 23, 2009 / /

Being denied entry to Canada Depending on the reason why you may have been denied entry to Canada, you may be able to re-apply for entry. Generally, persons with certain criminal records may be considered as “inadmissible” for entry to Canada.  In other cases, a customs officer, known as a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) […]

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