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Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Immigration: Controversy after the ban on entry of a Canadian to the United States



A 30-year-old Canadian, accustomed to short leisure trips in the United States, was turned back Sunday at the border on the grounds that she did not have a visa and was interrogated for six hours.

 A ban on entry into US territory turned into controversy Monday in the Canadian parliament. New Democratic Party leader Thomas Mulcair urged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to "take a stand against the racist US policy." According to the agreements between the two countries, a Canadian citizen is exempted from visa to enter the United States and vice versa.
For this politician, US Customs arbitrarily applies entry bans linked to origins . Montreal-based, the young woman, Manpreet Kooner, was born in Canada to Indian parents.
Justin Trudeau responded that his government was working with the US administration to ensure that borders "are a place where Canadians can move goods and services efficiently and quickly."

Justin Trudeau responded that his government was working with the US administration to ensure that borders "are a place where Canadians can move goods and services efficiently and quickly."

A stunning affair
One answer that did not satisfy Thomas Muclair: "We are not talking about goods and services. We are talking about a Canadian citizen born in Canada, illegally deported to the US border. " At the end of her interrogation, the young woman was asked to obtain an entry visa from the American consular services in Ottawa. Manpreet Kooner went there on Monday but the US embassy turned out to be powerless ... since it does not need a visa.

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