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What Does The U.S. Know About Canadian Criminal Records?

When crossing the U.S. border, you can expect to be asked several questions about yourself the reasons for your trip to the United States. U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents generally will not ask you directly if you have a criminal record. They will however ask: Have you ever been charged with a criminal…

Free Pot Pardons: What You’re Not Being Told



A pardon (record suspension) does indeed seal your criminal record so that anyone such as an employer will see a clean record check. While the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency technically may also not be abel to see your criminal record, they may still ask you questions such as: Have you ever been fingerprinted/been to court?…

U.S. Travel is Possible with A Pardon + U.S. Entry Waiver

woman crossing us border interviewed by us customs and border protection agent

The Government of Canada has announced that they are putting a program together to pardon people with old marijuana possession charges. Many have concerns as to whether they will be able to travel to the United States after they receive a “pot pardon”. U.S. Customs and Border Protection is clear that a pardon is not…

US Border Crossing: Know Before You Go

US Border Crossing Tips

The U.S. Customs and Border Security (CBP) take their job very seriously and you should too. Canadians crossing the US border are being scrutinized more closely now than in previous years. According to The Globe and Mail, CBP agents turned away 27,772 people trying to enter the United States from Canada which represents an increase…