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Old Nov 8th 2017, 9:34 pm   #1
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Hi,
I ma flying tomorrow to Land in Vancouver and have a last minute panic. my husband is flying out later in Dec. Do I need to have a separate goods to follow list? should he simply show mine?

Thank you for anyone who has any ideas about this.

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Old Nov 8th 2017, 9:59 pm   #2
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Hi,
I ma flying tomorrow to Land in Vancouver and have a last minute panic. my husband is flying out later in Dec. Do I need to have a separate goods to follow list? should he simply show mine?

Thank you for anyone who has any ideas about this.

Emma
Im assuming you are the principal applicant doing the landing. Im also assuming that any goods to follow list includes both your belongings.
If so then only you need to show the list have it stamped and thats it. He would only have to land with his COPR and declare that the goods to follow have already been declared.
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Old Nov 9th 2017, 6:13 pm   #3
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I ma flying tomorrow to Land in Vancouver and have a last minute panic. my husband is flying out later in Dec. Do I need to have a separate goods to follow list? should he simply show mine?

Thank you for anyone who has any ideas about this.

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It doesn't appear so. I believe bains is the principal applicant.

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