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Re eneter the states after a refusal?

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Hi everyone, I am a canadian citizen with arabic background (but born here, canadian friends etc.. etc... more canadian than arabic..)

Here is the situation:

Between 2003 and 2005 I went maybe 17 times in USA, basically to put gas and two times to go to boston and shopping (my school was not far from

the borde). I was refused 2 times, 1one I wanted to go to NYC refused me bcause (no adress to give them, no cash money, and a

very old car with rust). I was able to reenter the states after that. Second time refused dont remember why, guess I told the guy at

the border just going put some gas or shopping and he refused. Since that time I never returned to the states. BUT

the us border asked canadian border to meet me to know why I was going to the us, I explained it to them and all worked fine with

NO PROBLEM.

NOw next week I am going back to the states to go to new york (by bus) and I will have my unversity schedule, work schedule,

cash money, my adress at the hostel, and an itineray and my round trip bus ticket.

my question is : DO YOU THINK I WILL HAVE PROBLEMS TO GET IN? IF I AM REFUSED DOES IT MEANS THAT I CANONT RENETER NEVER?

PLS GIVE ME THE MORE INFO YOU CAN!

THANKS TO ALL (SORRY I DONT know into what topic to post it)

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obviously not in the poll section :wacko:




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obviously not in the poll section :wacko:

agreed, it's not a poll, so mbc to the canada regional.


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Boooooooosha, I responded to your same thread in Off Topic.

see:

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...t&p=2512426

Just call them at the border check point and they will tell what is on the list or try a google search.

Again, good luck.

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Some words of advice from VJ member flames9

1) Always tell the TRUTH. Never lie to the POE officer

2) Be confident in your replies

3) Keep your response short and to the point, don't tell your life story!

4) Look the POE officer in the eye when speaking to them. They are looking for people lying and have been trained to find them

5) Pack light! No job resumes with you.

6) Bring proof of ties to Canada (letter from employer showing when you are expected back at work, lease, etc etc)

7) Always be polite, being rude isn't going to get you anywhere, and could make things worse!!

8) Have a plan in case you do get denied (be polite). Refer to #1

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