The CBSA has warned that some Canadian citizens who were recently issued visas to enter the U, are now being turned away at the border by the United States because of a lack of electronic devices and credit card information.
According to the CBSA, some Canadian passport holders have been turned away from the border due to a lack and inability to provide the CBPA with their mobile device or credit card details.
According to the agency, the CBAC said the devices or card details could be accessed and used for banking purposes at other Canadian banks.
However, the Canadian Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre (CFTRAC) issued a statement to CBC News in which it said the CBP does not provide access to these types of documents.
“If the CBAP receives a valid security clearance to enter into Canada, it does not have access to personal data,” said CFTRAC spokesperson Mark Stebbins in a statement.
“Therefore, there is no security breach that can be attributed to a CBAP security breach.”
Canada has been the source of criticism from the United Kingdom and other countries over its treatment of refugees, immigrants and asylum seekers. “
That would be the equivalent of someone not having a valid passport or visa and not being able to make a payment.”
Canada has been the source of criticism from the United Kingdom and other countries over its treatment of refugees, immigrants and asylum seekers.
The Canadian government announced on Wednesday that it was cutting the number of refugees arriving in Canada by one-third to about 1,000, while the number is expected to continue shrinking until it reaches the number that the United Nations deems safe for resettlement.