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Music when entering Canada at a port of entry it is extremely important for you to abide by all of the immigration laws for a successful entry into Canada when entering Canada as an admissibility this can cause a significant problem for the individual that is attempting to enter Canada consequently they can actually be denied entry at the border in order to overcome their event disability an individual can apply for a temporary resident permit in order to gain entry into Canada a temporary resident permit essentially allows the individual to enter Canada temporarily even though they do have an invisibility issues in this video I will explain what is needed to apply for a temporary resident permit at a port of entry and what the air requirements are in order to gain successful entry into Canada as long as you've had a criminal history in Canada or the US or it has been deemed inadmissible for other reasons you are eligible for a temporary resident permit in Canada interestingly enough Canada and us actually share a database with regards to any criminal history for any individuals from the country whether that be visitors permanent residents or citizens of the country and then miscibility is usually designated for individuals who commit major offenses such as misdemeanors or felonies on the other hand can also be deemed inadmissible due to other reasons for instance should you have a significant medical condition you can be deemed medically inadmissible the reasons for medical and admissibility is usually due to the person potentially meeting Canadian social services such as healthcare another circumstance that shion's would be seen as an invincibility is financial difficulties for instance if you are unable to prove or provide enough evidence to show that you have sufficient funds to support your stay while in Canada you can be deemed inadmissible lastly another circumstance that can cause and immiscibility is due to illegal employment for instance should you have any equipment with you or if you've had any communication with a Canadian employer prior to you entering Canada the immigration officer can deny your entry into Canada when I applied for a temporary residence permit it is suggested that you apply through to the Canadian consul before applying to report of entry this will prove to the immigration officer that you are taking the process seriously and that you would like to overcome your inadmissibility of course if you are pressed for time and you cannot apply the consulate then you can definitely apply at the port of entry a port of entry is a any Canadian border or any Canadian Airport for a criminal and admissibility you may only apply for a TRP which is a temporary resident permit to enter or to stay in Canada only if it has been less than five years since the end of your sentence or you have valid reasons to stay in Canada another very important factor when applying for a

FAQ

Why is building a wall between the US and Mexico, like Trump proposes, a bad idea? Ignoring ethics, would such a wall reduce illegal border crossings?
This wall idea is a prime example of Trump's worst MO: he constantly makes bold assertions of what he will do about this issue or that, but he is notoriously vague on specifics. For starters, he says he's going to make Mexico pay for the wall. Yet, when he's been pressed as to how he'll accomplish this, he famously skirts the question, answering only that he'll do it, just wait and see, he makes deals like no one else can. That's his answer for everything. He fired blistering criticism at Pres. Obama for how he's handled some recent terrorist acts, identifying the problem as Obama being weak and unintimidating in front of the world. Yet, when asked what would he do under such circumstances, he replied "You don't want to know what I'd do!" Um, yes, Mr. Trump, I do want to know. Do tell us how you'll handle (and prevent, as you claim) global terrorism.He says he'll be the best for women, but when asked why, how he'll be the best, his only answer has been to mention his wife and daughter. They will see to it that he's great on woman's issues, but again, he doesn't say how. Then he says he "cherishes women". Um, Donald, lusting after women is not the same as cherishing women, understanding their needs or respecting their value in society.Donald Trump. Good ol' Mr. Big Talk. Fast and loose with the outrageous claims, but convenientically lacking in giving specifics.And about your question specifically, Trump’s premise about how immigrants without legal status get into the U.S. is totally off-base. Illegal border-crossers make up only a small fraction of immigrants living in the U.S. Illegally. The vast majority come to the U.S. with a proper visa, as a tourist, to study or possibly to work short-term. The problem occurs when the visas expire and the legal visitors remain illegally, slipping under the radar. The border is already well-protected and illegal crossings have been reduced dramatically. The wall idea is absurd and would accomplish little if it was built. Trump probably knows this, too, but is feeding less-knowledgeable Americans’ fears and misconceptions.
What tips would you give someone who is going to the US for the first time?
It depends on where you are coming from.Let's say you are coming from Asia or more specifically from India.Here is what you need to know:Don't assume anything like we do back home in our country. I used to do that a lot and had to pay for it later here.Be on time wherever you have an appointment. Be it at Doctor’s, Dentist, or any other place.There is a concept of space in the west including America. Don't keep hugging, touching, crossing by close from people and touching others while crossing them.Don't break the queue. It is deemed disrespectful and unlike in many other countries including India, you will be called out by any individual there standing in the queue. Everybody is same in America and it feels that way too.If you are a first time student then your task is cut out. You need to care for a lot of things. It's completely different from India. Lectures happen on time. Submissions of assignments can't go beyond a prescribed date or hour of the day. No personal favors from the Professors because of your gender, caste, color, religion, personality etc.If you are visiting for the first time, make sure that you don't throw garbage wherever you like. Somebody will definitely check you in public and somebody can also report that to the police. Littering fines are really high in some places.No free perks in this country. You earn and you eat. Simple as that. Unlike in India where if you are a top government official or a politician, you don't have to carry your wallet with you anywhere because you seldom have to pay for anything.When you pass by anybody, most people will smile and say ‘Hi’ or ‘How are you?’. Don't be surprised. This is how everybody greets each other here. What a great thing to do.People will open the door for you or keep it open even if they are ahead of you. That's just how people like to help each other. It is not seen in many countries at least not in India.You go over the limit while driving, chances are that you will be caught and fined. Stay in the speed limit or just a few miles above it is also acceptable. Drink and drive has huge fines, never try that. Don't overtake too many times, the police is trained to catch such people.If you get into an accident on the road, don't keep beating the hell out of that person whether it's their fault or yours. In India, it is very common that whether it is your fault or not, you have the moral right to beat the crap out of the other person. Just like that. Here in US, you will not just be put in Jail, you could lose a teeth or two as most people are not that submissive.Keep walking on the road while crossing. Here in US, pedestrian has the right of way before anybody to cross the road. Don't try that on a freeway. No right of way there for pedestrians.Thanks for the A2A!
What happened to the Caravan of illegal immigrants that walked to the United States? Why is this no longer publicized through media or on the news?
As someone living in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, I can say for a fact that the immigration caravans are also no longer being given media attention down here.For a time the caravan integrants stayed at improvised shelters at Auditorio Telmex or Estadio Akron in Zapopan, Jalisco. Within those temporary shelters, tents were set up by Mexico's immigration department to help those who were interested in filling out asylum and/or legal residency petitions do so in order to see if they could stay within Mexico rather than risk a crossing attempt at the southern U.S. border.Many who made it to the ports of entry along the border were met with tear gas and rubber/bean bag bullets, if not live ammunition as it was reported in some cases, when they attempted to storm the border. Keep in mind these were Central and South-American immigrants that were attempting this. No Mexican immigrant in their right mind would attempt such a thing, those desperate enough seek the aid of a “coyote” to help them navigate the desert, but never something as dumb as storming the border.Many who attempted to cross illegally were detained at the border, some of those that managed to get into the U.S. were promptly apprehended thanks to social media, they promptly published posts about finally crossing into the U.S. which led to them being located and detained. This story made the local news here in Guadalajara.I don't doubt that there may be a constant stream of immigrants looking to cross unlawfully into the U.S., but the caravans were a convenient “threat” that the current U.S. president used to try to influence the vote in his party's favor during the mid-term elections. It apparently didn't work. No immigrant caravan can be considered an “invasion” force since a few thousand people cannot have any sort of impact on the stability of a country when their movement progress is clearly being monitored and at least a third of the people are women and children. An “invasion force” doesn't go to invade anywhere without a strategic plan on doing do. Those were just key words used to try to scare the public into voting Republican. Even an anchorman at Fox News stood up to the president's fear rhetoric stating that there is actually no invasion, and that the American people were in no real danger from anything having to do with the caravan.Now, I don't want anyone to take this as meaning that I support any of these caravans since they also did quite a number here in Mexico. One such ridiculousness was demanding that the Mexican government provide them with transportation to the southern U.S. border because “they were tired of walking.” No joke, this actually happened. Another thing they did was critizice the meals they were given at the temporary shelters, rice, beans, tortillas and whatever meat serving was available that day. Something traditionally common in a humble Mexican household. These immigrants wanted Domino's Pizza and individual two -liter bottles of Coca-Cola. Again, no joke.This is partly why many Mexican people began to speak out against the immigrants crossing through. If they were being this picky here in Mexico, where none of their demands were met, they were going to have one hell of a time if they ever made it into the U.S., where everything is available to you if you work hard for it, not just demand it from the government.All in all, they're no longer mentioned because they're no longer relevant to anything the president, or the Republican party, wants to get the approval of the people for. It's curious how whenever the president, or the party, needs/wants something there's always some big crisis just looming over the horizon.
As a permanent resident, if I am out of country for more than 5 years in Canada, is my residency dead?
This question and the answers below manage to disprove the properly held belief that the Canadian Immigration Website is the single sole source of complete accurate information on all issues relating to Canadian immigration and citizenship. This plays into the government pushed storyline that proper expert advice is not necessary and therefore a waste of time and money.Let me demonstrate how someone could easily be mislead by the Canadian government website into believing that they have lost their permanent residence status, because they are physically absent from Canada for extensive periods of time.A new permanent resident of Canada is issued a Permanent Resident Card soon after they assume Permanent Residence Status in Canada,A PR Card is the document that one uses to prove to Canadian port of entry officials when you are entering Canada using a commercial conveyance, that you possess the status of Permanent Resident of Canada. An equivalence can be drawn to Canadian Citizens proving their Canadian Citizenship to these same port of entry officials when entering Canada using a commercial conveyances by presenting a valid Canadian passport,PR Cards are issued for 5 year periods. In order to renew your PR card, one needs to indicate on the application that they have been physically present in Canada at least 2 out of the last 5 years before applying (Note: Let’s leave aside for a moment the tremendous amount of fraud on this point, as Canada does not have the means to enforce physical presence).If you are outside of Canada when your PR card expires, the government website then implies you have lost your PR status and then maps out a complicated process to prove why they should issue you a Permanent Resident Travel Document to seek re-entry,If your PR card expires that does NOT mean that you cease to be a PR of Canada. It means that you do not have a unexpired PR card to prove that status to Canadian port of entry officials when you are entering Canada using a commercial conveyance. An equivalence would be that the expiry of a Canadian passport does not mean that the person ceases to be a US citizen.However, If you dig deep enough into the government website, you will find this admission here:“You are still a permanent resident if your card expires.”and here: “If you live outside of Canada for longer, you may lose your permanent resident status.”Since you are still a PR of Canada, there is nothing that prevents you from attempting to enter Canada on a private conveyance (such as a car or boat from the US). You will either be allowed into Canada where you can spend the required time to be eligible to apply for a new PR Card which will allow future entry by commercial conveyance OR you will be identified at the port of entry as someone who MAY be found to have abandoned your permanent residence.In order for you to actually lose your PR status the following must occur:-You must be found by an Immigration Official to have been absent for extensive periods of time, and-The official must file an appropriate report, and-An adjudication must be heard that examines fully your situation pursuant to basic Canadian administrative law procedures,-A decision of abandonment must be made and all appeals exhaustedIf all of that happens then the “may lose” turns into a “have lost”. Since this is obviously resource intensive for the Canadian government with an uncertain outcome of lost pr status, a significant effort is made to “convince” the pr to “abandon” their pr status.Like the mistaken assumption that one loses their pr status if their pr card expires, having someone abandon their status rather than go through extensive effort to legally remove that status is in the government (but not the pr’s) best interest.In short, the government by implying, burying required procedures , and lack of clarity on this issue fills a government objective. Specifically to have long-time absent Permanent Residents either think they have lost their pr status or “convince” them to actually voluntarily relinquish their pr status. This is NOT in the interests of Permanent Residents who have spent considerable sums of money in government fees and other costs to acquire that permanent resident status.The belief that professional advisors are not required as the Canadian government website always gives you all the necessary legal guidance that you could possibly need is demonstrable incorrect. Such a belief is the equivalent to believing that the Canadian Tax Authority Website will show you ever possible legal tax avoidance option available to you.Yes these websites are free. However, as I just demonstrated, the advice they sometimes give is worth exactly what you paid for it….nothing.
Why do Democrats always place legal immigrants and illegal immigrants in one group when talking about immigration, clearly, at State of the Union and other outlets Republicans have said they support legal immigration?
Actually, that’s not quite accurate. The Trump Administration has worked hard to add regulations to H1B visa applications. Remember the rhetoric form Trump about how we wanted smart and talented and trained immigrants? Well, H1B visa applicants are the epitome of this. But the Trump Administration has added red tape and it now is harder and takes longer to get an H1B visa. Additionally, the Trump Administration has sought to reduce the total number of legal immigrants, ban them from certain countries, and also significantly reduce the number of refugees. Also the Trump Administration has acted to kick out a number refugees and immigrants who are here legally. It’s dishonest to say that Republicans are all in favor of legal immigrants, it’s just the law breakers they oppose. Remember Trump’s comment about “Sh*thole” countries? It was in reference to legal immigration.But wait, there’s more. All of those caravans that Trump has been raging at? Those are people seeking asylum. Now maybe some of them don’t qualify—fine. But the point is, showing up at the border without a visa, going to a legal port of entry, requesting asylum, and then telling the truth—that’s legal—that’s how it’s supposed to be done. And this whole mess of criminalizing asylum seekers, separating them from their children and placing the children in detention (rather than with family members or temporary foster parents)—that is done with the intention of discouraging these legal asylum seekers. Trump Administration senior officials have specifically said this—they’re trying to discourage these asylum seekers and have them not come to the US. And of course there is Trump’s rhetoric—about how these caravans of asylum seekers are filled with gangs, terrorists, criminals and he’s deploying the US military and they’ll have ROE that allow them to use deadly force. These are not the actions and words of someone who is just opposed to illegal immigration and is fine with legal immigration.And let’s talk about the Dreamers. A 2-year old or minor doesn’t get a say in whether or not they come to the US. The folks who’ve been part of DACA have played by the rules once they became adults, registered, obeyed the law, contributed to the US in some fashion. And Trump has been seeking to get them kicked out and started by ending DACA and resisting all Congressional forms of an alternative program. Here he’s got a group of individuals that even Republican voters say we ought to allow stay or provide a path to citizenship—it’s not their fault they’re here. But Trump wants ’em gone.The Trump Administration (with the backing of the nationally elected members of the GOP) has worked hard to make it much more difficult to be a legal immigrant. It is a dishonest claim to say that the GOP is just against people who broke the law coming here and are welcoming and encouraging those those who seek to come here legally.
What should I do if I have been out of Canada for 2 years after getting permanent residency? What would be the consequences when I apply for citizenship?
This question and the answers below manage to disprove the properly held belief that the Canadian Immigration Website (Immigration and citizenship) is the single sole source of complete accurate information on all issues relating to Canadian immigration and citizenship. This plays into the government pushed storyline that proper advice is not necessary and therefore a waste of time and money.Let me demonstrate how someone could easily be mislead by the Canadian government website into believing that they have lost their permanent residence status, because they are physically absent from Canada for extensive periods of time.A new permanent resident of Canada is issued a Permanent Resident Card soon after they assume Permanent Residence Status in Canada,A PR Card is the document that one uses to prove to Canadian port of entry officials when you are entering Canada using a commercial conveyance, that you possess the status of Permanent Resident of Canada. An equivalence can be drawn to Canadian Citizens proving their Canadian Citizenship to these same port of entry officials when entering Canada using a commercial conveyances by presenting a valid Canadian passport,PR Cards are issued for 5 year periods. In order to renew your PR card, one needs to indicate on the application that they have been physically present in Canada at least 2 out of the last 5 years before applying (Note: Let’s leave aside for a moment the tremendous amount of fraud on this point, as Canada does not have the means to enforce physical presence).If you are outside of Canada when your PR card expires, the government website then implies you have lost your PR status and then maps out a complicated process to prove why they should issue you a Permanent Resident Travel Document to seek re-entry (Permanent resident travel document),If your PR card expires that does NOT mean that you cease to be a PR of Canada. It means that you do not have a unexpired PR card to prove that status to Canadian port of entry officials when you are entering Canada using a commercial conveyance. An equivalence would be that the expiry of a Canadian passport does not mean that the person ceases to be a US citizen.However, If you dig deep enough into the government website, you will find this admission here:https://www.canada.ca/en/immigra... “You are still a permanent resident if your card expires.”and here: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigra... “If you live outside of Canada for longer, you may lose your permanent resident status.”Since you are still a PR of Canada, there is nothing that prevents you from attempting to enter Canada on a private conveyance (such as a car or boat from the US). You will either be allowed into Canada where you can spend the required time to be eligible to apply for a new PR Card which will allow future entry by commercial conveyance OR you will be identified at the port of entry as someone who MAY be found to have abandoned your permanent residence.In order for you to actually lose your PR status the following must occur:-You must be found by an Immigration Official to have been absent for extensive periods of time, and-The official must file an appropriate report, and-An adjudication must be heard that examines fully your situation pursuant to basic Canadian administrative law procedures,-A decision of abandonment must be made and all appeals exhaustedIf all of that happens then the “may lose” turns into a “have lost”. Since this is obviously resource intensive for the Canadian government with an uncertain outcome of lost pr status, a significant effort is made to “convince” the pr to “abandon” their pr status.Like the mistaken assumption that one loses their pr status if their pr card expires, having someone abandon their status rather than go through extensive effort to legally remove that status is in the government (but not the pr’s) best interest.In short, the government by implying, burying required procedures , and lack of clarity on this issue fills a government objective. Specifically to have long-time absent Permanent Residents either think they have lost their pr status or “convince” them to actually voluntarily relinquish their pr status. This is NOT in the interests of Permanent Residents who have spent considerable sums of money in government fees and other costs to acquire that permanent resident status.The belief that professional advisors are not required as the Canadian government website always gives you all the necessary legal guidance that you could possibly need is demonstrable incorrect. Such a belief is the equivalent to believing that the Canadian Tax Authority Website (Canada Revenue Agency) will show you ever possible legal tax avoidance option available to you.Yes these websites are free. However, as I just demonstrated, the advice they sometimes give is worth exactly what you paid for it….nothing.
What is the name of the site to check my time allowed in the USA on a B1 visa from Jamaica?
The website that you are looking for is:I94 - Official WebsiteHere you can find your latest I-94 details, view your travel history for the last 5 years, and check your compliance, i.e., how much longer you can stay in the US.
Sean Hannity said Democrats are not standing for anything except hurting this President. Agree or disagree?
Again I find myself in a situation where I'm thinking: “What does he mean when he speaks words?” It's hard to agree with someone who doesn't know what he means when he says it. Let me explain what I mean:The Democrats are talking about going back to a time where billionaires had to pay their fair share of taxes.They are talking about going back to the time when the quality of early education was considered to be relatively important, even in red states and districts, and when higher education was a possibility for children from modest, low income family backgrounds.They are talking about livable minimum wages.They are talking about establishing a whole new industry in clean energy in coal country, and retraining coal workers for those jobs.They are talking about Medicare and affordable medications for people with chronic health problems, like diabetes, high blood pressure and so on.They want to reinstate the regulations that made it illegal for industries and farmers to pollute people's drinking water, and the ground of children's playgrounds, with toxins and carcinogenic agents. (Obama enforced and strengthened those regulations. Trump wiped them out completely.)They are talking about filling the many border control vacancies, so they can properly mann the ports of entry where most of the illegal immigrants and drugs come through. And they are talking about utilizing modern day technology to effectively combat smugglers who use modern day technology in their business.The Democrats want voters to regain their power to elect their representatives, like it's meant to be. (McConnell calls it a “power grab”, and it kind of is. It's a power grab on behalf of American voters everywhere.)These are some of the things that Democrats stand for, and far right lawmakers and talking heads seem to stoop into mental convulsions in their verbal reactions over every single thing that Democratic politicians stand for. Hannity is frequently rendering his clueless, fact free, emotionally based opinions about each and every one of their stances, and yet he claims that they have none?Let me transfer Hannity’s way of reasoning into another setting, just to illustrate how this sounds to me:“I don't like any of the wide range of popular flavors of the XYZ ice-cream brand. I don't like the licorice, or raspberry, or banana split, or walnut and maple syrup, or butterscotch, or dark chocolate, or coconut, or pineapple, or cookie dough, or apple and cinnamon. I hate all of those flavors so much that I can't stop talking about how much I hate every single one of them. I don't like their vanilla either, by the way, and that's the only flavor they have, in my opinion. Because in my opinion, none of the other flavors in their assortment exist.”So:Am I supposed to agree with Hannity that the many Democratic causes that he himself talks about and hates with a passion, do not exist? If they don't exist, why does he hate them? If all they stand for is hurting the President, they can't also stand for all the other things that Hannity hates so much.People who agree with Hannity on both of these diametrically opposite stances, need to start thinking about what they hear before they make their minds up about whether they agree with it or not.I find that to be a good rule of thumb in life in general. I don't agree with Hannity on either one of his contradicting opinions. It's both mostly emotional venting, and I don't base my opinions on the conflicted state of mind of others.
What happens to all of the paper forms you fill out for immigration and customs?
Years ago I worked at document management company.  There is cool software that can automate aspects of hand-written forms.  We had an airport as a customer - they scanned plenty and (as I said before) this was several years ago...On your airport customs forms, the "boxes" that you 'need' to write on - are basically invisible to the scanner - but are used because then us humans will tend to write neater and clearer which make sit easier to recognize with a computer.  Any characters with less than X% accuracy based on a recognition engine are flagged and shown as an image zoomed into the particular character so a human operator can then say "that is an "A".   This way, you can rapidly go through most forms and output it to say - an SQL database, complete with link to original image of the form you filled in.If you see "black boxes" at three corners of the document - it is likely set up for scanning (they help to identify and orient the page digitally).  If there is a unique barcode on the document somewhere I would theorize there is an even higher likelihood of it being scanned - the document is of enough value to be printed individually which costs more, which means it is likely going to be used on the capture side.   (I've noticed in the past in Bahamas and some other Caribbean islands they use these sorts of capture mechanisms, but they have far fewer people entering than the US does everyday)The real answer is: it depends.  Depending on each country and its policies and procedures.  Generally I would be surprised if they scanned and held onto the paper.   In the US, they proably file those for a set period of time then destroy them, perhaps mining them for some data about travellers. In the end,  I suspect the "paper-to-data capture" likelihood of customs forms ranges somewhere on a spectrum like this:Third world Customs Guy has paper to show he did his job, paper gets thrown out at end of shift. ------  We keep all the papers! everything is scanned as you pass by customs and unique barcodes identify which flight/gate/area the form was handed out at, so we co-ordinate with cameras in the airport and have captured your image.  We also know exactly how much vodka you brought into the country. :)