Port of Entry

Old Jan 31st 2001, 7:24 pm
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Buster
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Need information on Ports of Entry for landing. Can I drive over the border from US?
(Vancouver). As I am already in Canada is there any other option to leaving the country
and re entering. Thanks Don


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Old Jan 31st 2001, 8:13 pm
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Hi:

You can only "land" at a port of entry unless otherwise specified by an
immigration officer.

For additional information on landing in Canada go to
http://www.webimmigration.com/landingissues.html

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> Need information on Ports of Entry for landing. Can I drive over the
border
> from US? (Vancouver). As I am already in Canada is there any other option
to
> leaving the country and re entering. Thanks Don
>
>
>
>

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Old Feb 1st 2001, 3:55 am
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Hi Don

> Need information on Ports of Entry for landing. Can I drive over the
border
> from US? (Vancouver). As I am already in Canada is there any other option
to
> leaving the country and re entering. Thanks Don

No other option, Douglas crossing will have someone from Immigration from
07:30 to 24:00, after midnight the office may be over at the Truck crossing. You could
also do it at the Huntingdon crossing between 8:00 and midnight.

PMM
 
Old Feb 1st 2001, 3:11 pm
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Need information on Ports of Entry for landing. Can I drive over the border
> from US? (Vancouver). As I am already in Canada is there any other option to leaving the
> country and re entering.

Assuming that you re referring to landing, then the best approach would be to appear at a
port of entry at a nearby border crossing. If you have admission to the USA you may do it
as part of a day-trip, or by simply "rounding the flagpole," leaving Canada but not quite
entering the USA.
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