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Category: Marijuana Legalization and Decriminalization

Canada's New Cannabis Laws and Cross-Border Travel: An Employer's Perspective (Watch)

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in Inadmissibility Issues and Waivers and Marijuana Legalization and Decriminalization

Transcript: Canada's New Cannabis Laws and Cross-Border Travel: An Employer's Perspective I wanted to talk about the new marijuana laws that are coming into force in Canada in ...

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What U.S. and Canadian Employers Need to Know About Canada's New Marijuana Laws

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in Inadmissibility Issues and Waivers and Marijuana Legalization and Decriminalization

When Canada legalizes cannabis in October 2018, U.S. and Canadian companies with cross-border employees who travel between the United States and Canada or who have locations in ...

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How Canada’s New Marijuana Laws May Impact Your U.S. Travel

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in Inadmissibility Issues and Waivers, Marijuana Legalization and Decriminalization and International Travel

Canadians should consult an immigration lawyer if they have ever used, bought, sold or invested in a marijuana business or service and want to visit the United States after October ...

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Marijuana Legalization in Canada Causes Issues for Investors at the U.S. Border

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in Inadmissibility Issues and Waivers and Marijuana Legalization and Decriminalization

With the October 17, 2018, legalization of marijuana in Canada, many immigration issues are looming for Canadians who want to travel to the U.S. for business and pleasure. As other ...

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Canadians Who Legally Buy Marijuana in Canada May be Denied Entry to the U.S.

Blog posted on by Evelyn Ackah in Inadmissibility Issues and Waivers and Marijuana Legalization and Decriminalization

Immigration lawyers and experts are advising Canadians who legally buy pot in Canada that they may be banned for life from entering the United States. Even if you legally purchase ...

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