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    border crossings warning??

    If you have had a crimmal record in the past I had one 25 years ago impaired driving it I wasn't even driving I park my car side of the road passed out. better tell them when you cross the border in to the bush land, I was refused because I did something and I don't rememberIt could be a little thing speeding ticket? . They will refuse me and I was pissed . I had my passport and everything. My be it was my visits to cuba thats why ?? never been refused before. P.S there where all women and going by the book .

    I will not be return to bush land they can go and fuuuu ccc kkkk them self, I'll have to give my US money to Fedal Castro he lets me there. No offence to US friends Hey Canada bet US in hockey another nail on the coffen.
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    tiger,

    EB could confirm, but I believe you may make an application to the US for leave of entry.
    Check at the US border ...unless you already lied to them!!!

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    Lawless,

    Law-abiding Canadian citizens who are not troublemakers and who don't have criminal records can get into the USA with no problem. Apparently, Tiger does not fit into that category. I suspect we are not getting the full story here, but a Canadian who fits into the category noted above does not have much to worry about. I pay federal taxes to have riff raff kept out of my country and if people are being denied entry, it is probably for a very good reason.

    Canadians do not have a legal right to be permitted access into the USA. It is a privilege, and one that can be withheld at the pleasure of the US border authorities.

    I note that the Canadian border authorities have also refused US citizens entry if they have criminal or DUI convictions. It's been discussed extensively in prior threads.

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    lawsless what are you talking about? IT APPEARS i AM a THREAT TO THE US. i HAVE NO REASON TO GO THERE ANYMORE.

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    In the past 25 year I have no crimal record they saw that, I was going to cuba . And I told them the truth about my pasted. They where just giving me a hard time they have no morals.THEY SAID i DID SOMETHING 10 YEARS AGO i HAVE NO IDEA WHAT HAPPEN AND THEY WOULDN'T TELL IF I KNEW I WOULD OF TOLD THEM. [BUT WHY DIDN'T THEY TELL ME] I COULD OF GONE IN TO THE US BUT SOME ARTICALE IN THERE 5000 PAGES OF RULES . I had no problems before what's there problem. But they let drug runners in give crack cocane to little kids and they live a very short lives. I think they should go after the people who are real threat. Also you have no right to say anything about me because you do not know me. [NO INFOMATION PERIOD]
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    Re: border crossings warning??

    Originally posted by tiger
    If you have had a crimmal record in the past I had one 25 years ago impaired driving it I wasn't even driving I park my car side of the road passed out.
    Did you drive your car to the side of the road before you passed out? Did you tell the Canadian court that convicted you that you weren't driving?

    Originally posted by tiger
    better tell them when you cross the border in to the bush land, I was refused because I did something and I don't remember
    You don't remember being prosecuted by your government?

    Originally posted by tiger
    It could be a little thing speeding ticket? .
    No, little things like speeding tickets are ignored, assuming the offender was not also charged with reckless driving.

    Originally posted by tiger
    They will refuse me and I was pissed . I had my passport and everything. My be it was my visits to cuba thats why ?? never been refused before. P.S there where all women and going by the book .
    Having a criminal record will cause the refusal. It has nothing to do with the agents being women or men, and nothing to do with going to Cuba.

    Originally posted by tiger
    I will not be return to bush land they can go and fuuuu ccc kkkk them self, I'll have to give my US money to Fedal Castro he lets me there. No offence to US friends Hey Canada bet US in hockey another nail on the coffen.
    Tiger
    It is unlikely that you will be returning. I'm about the last person to defend Bush, but here's two things to think about:

    1) During the Clinton years, if the agents determined you had a criminal record, you would also be denied entry.

    2) An American will be denied entry by Canadian Immigration, if they discover a conviction for DUI, even if it was 25 years ago.

    Sorry you didn't get in, but your anger is misdirected. Realize that you made a mistake in the past, clean up your record, and move on.

    NN
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    Tiger,

    Had you gone to the US consulate in Canada and requested a waiver (which is what I think Lawless referred to) you would have saved yourself a lot of time and either gotten the waiver or been rejected. Apparently, you did not have the foresight to do that. The issue of waivers being obtained from the US or Canadian consulates has previously been discussed extensively on this Board.

    If you were "going to Cuba" then you were probably turned back for flat stupidity in not knowing the US policy in that regard. That is totally on you.

    From what you have posted it sounds like you are a bit of a troublemaker. In any event your lack of tact in your posts probably also manifested itself in your communications with the Border Guards. You have no God given right to get into the USA. From the limited information I have read (which is vaguely and amorphously communicated) it sounds like there was cause to keep you out. If you stay in Canada and behave and then get a waiver from the US consulate (you may have to pay for it) and act more respectfully at the Border, maybe just maybe they will let you in. But they sure as hell won't let you in "to go to Cuba."

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    hOW AM i SUPPOSE TO NOW WHAT i DID i DID NOTHING 10 YEARS AGO , mY LAST TICKET ANYTHING WAS 1979.

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    YA YOU CAN'T GO TO CUBA I CAN . I DON'T NEED US ANYTHING. AND i AM NOT GOING BACK TO THE US I'LL GIVE MY US MONEY TO CASTRO AND SOME FRIENDS MINE WHO LIVE THERE . AND I AM NOT A TROUBLE MAKER PLEASE STOP THESE AQUATIONS . fOR YOUR INFO. i GO TO ANY LAW INFOMATION OFFICE TO FIND OUT WHAT HAPPEN 10 YEARS AGO.IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOUR TALKING ABOUT DON'T PLEASE READ THREAD CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU TYPE.
    GET A LIFE

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    I would be willing to bet dollars to donuts that the same ATTITUDE that is reflected in Tiger's posts got him turned back at the border. There are some people who don't get how to act in these situations - they never have and they never will. Tiger is unable to articulate the explanation he received for why he was turned back at the Border. Never heard of someone unable to do this.

    In fairness to Tiger, it may be that he is French Canadian with poor English communication skills under pressure. If so he should have had a better communicator with him.

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    SL,

    What Tiger said is that he went to the USA "to go to Cuba." God only knows what the guy said to the border authorities that got him turned back.

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    EB,
    LISTEN TO MY WORDS IT WAS A SMALL BORDER IN THE EAST OF MONTREAL ALL i WANTED TO DO WAS PLAY GOLF, , AS FOR CUBA YOU CAN'T GO THERE IF YOU DO AND YOU ARE CAUGHT BY THE US , YOU CAN GO TO JAIL .I WAS FROM CANADAIN SOIL NOT US. I HAVE NO RECORD HERE OK DID THEY MAKE IT UP BECAUSE THEY WERE BOARD.I DON'T KNOW .

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    GOOD WORD STRIPPERLOVER

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    EB,
    PLEASE STOP BASHING OUR CULTURE , I AM ENGLISH ONLY

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    THANKS STRIPPERLOVER SOMETIMES YOU LOSE YOUR HEAD AND TYPING AT THE SAME TIME YOU ARE RIGHT ON.
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