African immigrants protest at bridge

           

https://disqus.com/home/d...test_at_bridge/

I don’t know specifics about benefits, I do know they will take anyone.

After 911, I was working the northern border and actually had “landed immigrants of Canada”, that’s what they are called, anyway, the were US Citizens who had Canadian Residency cards.

Here is what the Canadian websites says. Sorta like ours, but the timing seems off.

https://disq.us/url?url=h...p;cuid=3677626" rel="nofollow noopener" title="https://www.canada.ca/en/im" target="_blank" class='link_art' rel='nofollow' >https://www.canada.ca/en/...canada.ca/en/im...

Once an individual has been determined to be eligible to make a claim in Canada, as a refugee claimant they may have access to social assistance, education, health services, emergency housing and legal aid while a decision is pending on their claim. In addition, most individuals found to be eligible to make a refugee claim can apply for a work permit once they have undergone a medical examination. It does not matter if the claim was made at the border or at an inland office.


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