ARRIVING IN VANCOUVER
After you exit the plane, follow signs to see Canada Border Services & Immigration. Proceed down stairs, escalators, or elevator to Level 2 (Arrivals).
You will be met by a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Officer. The CBSA protects
The officer will ask to see your passport or travel documents and Declaration Card. Make sure that you have these documents with you and that they are not packed in your luggage. This will speed up your entry into
The officer will make sure that you meet the requirements to enter
CBSA Declaration Card
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As of June 2018, there are 25.4 million refugees around the world according to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) statistic. Over half of the refugees are under the age of 18 and 57% of the world refugees came from following three countries: Syria, Afghanistan and South Sudan.
Images of CANN services provided to new immigrants, including government-assisted and privately-sponsored refugees, at Vancouver International Airport.
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