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nrundquist

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Denied admission to the states - I am a Canadian citizen?
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pritygirl

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You are in either countries system now and you WILL be flagged every time you travel between countries. 18 year old girl going to visit a Canadian boyfriend for an unknown length of time with no bus ticket and $20, yea, that was never going to happen!You should have left your clothes at home and just gone to pick her up!That will likely not be enough to cross now, however. You will need to provide a lot of proof or wait a looong time.
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You can try to cross again, bringing with you as much of all the stuff on that list as you have and leaving your car relatively empty, or she can try again but this time with a return ticket or more money in her pockets. But remember that any country has the right to decide who may or may not enter it and I'm not so sure they always have to give a definite reason.
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You and your girlfriend each raised red flags - unintentionally, but nevertheless, you did things that caused the immigration officers to be suspicious. Your best bet now is to take in the documentation they have requested and clear yourself. And ask your girlfriend to come visit you again, but send her enough money so she can purchase a return ticket, so there's no question that she's simply going to 'disappear' and not return to the US.
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I was in the same situation from 2007 until last September when I got my Canadian permanent residency. I would recommend that you and your girlfriend put together notebooks containing the documents they recommend. Be sure to keep the notebook up-to-date, and leave in the older documents so they can see the history every time you cross. And try to keep it organized with tabs for each different set of documents.Once you have this, you should be able to cross. But I think that once you are 'flagged' they will check you every time you cross.Good luck!
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They probably don't want you to end up immigrating there.
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You are not being flagged and neither is your girlfriend. You don't need a lawyer. But you are exhibiting suspicious behavior and the immigration officials are just doing what they should do based on the way you are acting. If you try to come to the US again, bring only a reasonable amount of baggage; don't pack like you will be here for 8 months. If you're only coming for a one-week visit you don't need 4 suitcases. Bringing too much baggage is a very suspicious sign. For your girlfriend, make sure she has a round-trip ticket next time. If you can't prove you are going home, they're absolutely right in not letting you come in. And make sure you have the proper back-up documentation: your apartment lease that shows you have a place to live in your home country for the next however-many months, paycheck stubs that show you have a job to go back to, etc.
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Any one who wishes to travel across another country as a visitor should show proof that you have enough money to go back and a reason to go back where you came from (job, family, business, etc).
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You were denied entry for that trip, but not barred from entry for the next so many years. In fact, nothing is stopping you from going down to the border and trying again this weekend.What I would suggest is that you read that letter that they gave you. They are suggesting that you bring with you proof that you plan to return to Canada when the trip is over. Showing that you have a home (tax bill) in Canada, a job (pay stub), a bank account, your income tax return for last year, etc are usually enough to show you plan to go back. If refused, I believe that you also have the option to discuss the refusal with a supervisor. I would ask them to check your past history of border crossings, perhaps have them call your girlfriend in USA to confirm your trip and any facts you gave.Likewise, on her end when she comes into Canada, she can have a letter from you showing that you accept responsibilty for her while she will be in Canada, and that the reason she has no return ticket is because you plan to drive her back after the visit is over.Cross-border relationships are very difficult and can be very stressful. Things like this can come up, and you have to deal with it. All I can suggest is that you try again with the documents that they recommend, or contact Customs & Border Protection (US) or Canada Border Services Agency to discuss it with one of their representatives by phone. The worst that could happen is that you try to lie to them or sneak across....Then you can get fined, end up in jail, and at minimum be barred from crossing for five years.
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