Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Traveler's Guide - Information that will be very useful to you when applying for a visa, immigration or asylum to Canada for the year 2021

  jobs world       Wednesday, September 1, 2021

 As part of its keenness to protect the rights and interests of Jordanians abroad; The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs calls for the following tips and advice when traveling:



Canadian instructions are subject to change periodically and without notice, so it is recommended that you review the Canada Border Services Agency website:

In the event that one of the parents is accompanied by children (under the age of eighteen or nineteen, depending on the Canadian provinces), this requires the presentation of a no-objection letter from the husband/wife/divorced/divorced, or proof of custody or guardianship.

Personal belongings must be declared upon entering Canada, as there is a high probability that departures will be inspected to ensure that the possessions that they declared upon entry are out; Otherwise, the traveler will be subject to fines, taxes and customs fees.

There are high ceilings for the quantities of cigarettes, tobacco and alcohol allowed to be brought into Canada, and air travelers must fill out the CBSA Declaration Card, which is distributed to them on the plane.

It is forbidden to bring weapons or drugs into Canada, and food, agricultural and animal products must be declared.

When entering or leaving Canada, funds, money orders, travelers checks, or shares of over CAD10,000 or equivalent value must be declared.

There are caps on the value of gifts that can be allowed into Canada.

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