Recent news articles are making many people who live or travel near the US/Canada border realize that they should carry identification that proves their citizenship and home country. Canada immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah advises,
Recent actions heavily reported in the media by the United States Border Patrol are making many Canadians and Americans who live in border states carry IDs at all times so they can prove where they live and avoid delays, interrogation and even arrest. If you traveling this long holiday weekend, be sure to carry proper identification to prevent delays - and even detention.
U.S. Border Patrol immigration inspection guidelines allow agents to work within 100 miles of the United States perimeter, and have issued a travel advisory for the Canada Day and Fourth of July long holiday weekends:
to make sure they have their proper documents and to plan ahead. Border traffic volumes peak at various times during this period, especially on weekends.
Evelyn Ackah is a Canada immigration and refugee law expert and founder and managing lawyer at Ackah Business Immigration Law. Ackah Immigration Law helps you to navigate the complex maze of rules and regulations involved with Canadian, U.S. and international immigration and refugee law with confidence. Headquartered in Calgary and with offices in Vancouver and Toronto, Ackah Business Immigration Law provides legal immigration and refugee advice for those looking to move for work, education or personal reasons.
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