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How to fill-up the Customs Decleration Card?

Old Mar 17th 2006, 12:51 am
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Default How to fill-up the Customs Decleration Card?

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I looked at a copy of the said card and there are three parts. Part A is no problem. But what about Part B and C. Which parts do a landing immigrant need to fill-up? Part B says visitors but we aren't visiting. Should we fill-up this part? How many days do we put in Duratino of Stay in Canada if yes? I don't think we are suppose to fill-up Part C as this is suppose to be for residents, which we are not yet? Correct?

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Default Re: How to fill-up the Customs Decleration Card?

Originally Posted by Jack_PH123
Hi,

I looked at a copy of the said card and there are three parts. Part A is no problem. But what about Part B and C. Which parts do a landing immigrant need to fill-up? Part B says visitors but we aren't visiting. Should we fill-up this part? How many days do we put in Duratino of Stay in Canada if yes? I don't think we are suppose to fill-up Part C as this is suppose to be for residents, which we are not yet? Correct?

Thanks,
Mr B left those parts blank as he wasn't sure what his status was when landing. He explained this to the officer and it wasn't a problem, I don't think Mr B ever did complete it - maybe the officer did the necessary for him? Can't remember.

Hope you get a proper answer though, but if not, it was fine in our experience to leave it blank and ask for help.
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