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Unfortunately, the onus is on you to prove you purchased it in Canada before departure. CBSA has a section on their site called 'protecting your valuables' that covers this: If your laptop computer was made in Japan—for instance—you might have to pay duty and taxes on it each time you bring it back into Canada, unless you can prove that you owned it ...


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Hopefully you can get the mistaken identity fixed before your trip. Here's what you should do if it isn't fixed. Tell your bus driver that you may take extra time to process. Sit near the front of the bus. The driver will make sure you're one of the first people in line, so you'll minimize the delay on the schedule. Don't stress too much about being left ...


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Actually there is a simple thing you can do - get yourself a NEXUS card. As it says, it "allows pre-screened travelers expedited processing when entering the United States and Canada". While part of the expediting means you can use dedicated lanes at borders, a NEXUS card also shows border guards that you have already been cleared, and is evidence that you ...


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This was resolved in chat. I will leave a basic summary here for anyone who was following the question. Chat summary I think the OP should register, taking a contrary view to other sources the OP has consulted; The two couch surfing hosts are required to register the OP; It doesn't take a long time to register, certainly not 3 days; more like an hour; ...



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