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External Links A Labrador couple under investigation by the Canada Border Services Agency have launched a legal challenge against the federal government after they were publicly blacklisted from using the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. Jeff and
Canadian border guards work at an inspection booth at the Canada-USA border in Surrey, B.C. The border agency's internal review comes after auditor general Michael Ferguson's finding last fall that it was not consistently monitoring results of
The federal border agency is bowing to privacy concerns by agreeing to slash the amount of time it will keep data on the cross-border movements of Canadians as part of a new security plan. The Canada Border Services Agency says it plans to retain
The Canada Border Services Agency uses confidential human sources willing to provide valuable details about the suspicious movement of people or goods, say briefing notes prepared by the agency for Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney. COM Following
The federal privacy watchdog says Canada's border agency broke the law by labelling people on its highly touted wanted list as war criminals a potentially misleading tag the agency failed to justify. The privacy commissioner is also taking the Canada
Visa checks 'could put landlords in physical danger' Landlords say most responsible owners already carry out proper checks Landlords could be put in physical danger by being asked to check the immigration status of their tenants, MPs have been told.
The Globe and Mail Multimedia Few paid any attention on Friday to the one-year report card on the new Canada-U.S. border agreement. The terrible shootings at Newtown understandably shoved everything else aside. November, saying it was concerned about
Several international students, including some from India, have been stranded in the UK without passports and are unable to get home for Christmas after the UK border agency asked them to reapply for their visas. According to a report in The Guardian
Britain on Thursday said it would increase the number of face-to-face students interviews instead of just paper checks after a pilot study found abuse of the country's student visa system in Pakistan. "The philosophy is clear.
She was at home with her husband and children when the soldiers burst in...They asked him where he was getting his money from, and claimed that he was in the pay of Joseph Kony...The writer Jane Bussmann has talked about how, when she heard a Ugandan