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Question by WOODY
Submitted on 4/7/2004
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I am a British subject who is a landed immigrant in Canada, I have to travel and return from the US next week. I do not have a PR card or Citizenship.  What precautions can I take so I don't get turned away as I return to Canada.  I have applied recently for my Canadian Citizenship.

Answer by LAURA
Submitted on 9/9/2006
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I know for a fact that if you go in the states, CAnada doesnt have to let you back in unless you have some kind of proof...YOU need at least a PR card....My husband is a British Subject who went to the states, but had to pay 250 american dollars just to land there...THey wont even let you get on the plane without it...


Answer by lindz
Submitted on 3/31/2007
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im just wondering what steps you took to become a landed immigrant too canada im trying to get landed immigrating statue for my husband sence he is american him self


Answer by badeloo
Submitted on 4/9/2007
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This is the same situation I am in - I applied for citizenship over three years ago, since then I have been out of the country three times, New York and Glasgow. Each time I had to get a money order for $50.00 and print the application form for a re-entry visa from a a Canadian Immigration website. I then took these items to the Canadian Embassy where I travelled too and applied for a re- entry Visa. They take your application, Passport and the money order - send you away and tell you to come back in a few hours when you pick up you re-entry visa. Its a giant pain in the ass!


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