Treat them how you would like to be treated and you will see they are friendly people. That’s what I found out.
Be aware and declare. Pensez y déclarez.
we need C$10,000 just to enter the border?! For god’s Sake!!!
CBSA officers never smile
@jamey123456789 Lol! What you come back to this video every two months to warn people? It doesn’t get that many hits.
Ok if you cannot spell border then DO NOT try to have a conversation with me on YouTube. You’re clueless.
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it’s called an actor 😛
All you idiots complaining about CBSA need to understand that they’re being rude as a result of the policy of multiculturalism. Harass the 50 year old white woman and smile at the bearded Arab guy in mideval garb. They have to treat everyone equally, that means being rude to everyone equally. Ever been through Israeli security? They’ll ask you 5 very wierd questions and figure out instantly whether you’re a terrorist or not.
Sounds exactly the same as my experience when I visited Yankee doodleville
why do they want to know how much cash you have???what the hell does that have to do with securing the border?
I had one US boarder/customs agent question me about why I was smiling coming back to the US. Damn, I was at the beach and had a great afternoon. Smiling is now suspicious activity
They didn’t let me in because I didn’t have enough $ in my account and even walked me to the atm to lok at my balance. They never said how much was enough, oh and I got caught with weed in my pocket last time but I paid the fine and spent the night at a detention center they got at the airport.
some may argue that the Taliban are standing up for themselves.
I just came back from Florida via Pearson and I know as a result of looking like and being a biker, I was chosen to undergo a secondary screening. Whether it was profiling or not doesn’t matter to me because frankly, if I was a CBSA Officer, I would’ve chosen me to undergo a secondary screening as well. I don’t like being inconvienced either, but I also know after 9/11 their jobs are that much harder to do. If you have nothing to hide, shut up and suck it up.
What is approrpriate ID? I don’t have a driver’s license or non-driver’s ID or passport/passport card, or military ID ; just a birth certificate and a birth certificate wallet card with photo ID and my finger print on it. I traveled to Canada (Fort Erie and Crystal Beach) a lot as a kid but I doubt I’ll be able to cross the border anymore unless I get the “proper’ ID. I see a major hassle getting into Canada and getting back in to the US 🙁
Because the US has problems with their southern border with illegal aliens hopping the border and bringing their low quality of life and idea`s with them, Canada has the same problem on their southern border also.
@CF5LiberalFighter Is the CBSA that bad? I’m a student and they are currently putting me through the reqruitment process. I feel bad that people think this way about border officers. I will try to (unless they force me) be a respectful officer if I end up getting hired.
Frankly I don’t care if Hitler raised from the ground and tried to gain access in the US, they made their own bed with their foreign policy and I refuse to be bullied because of it. The reason is sucks is because people don’t stand up for themself any more, at least collectively that is.
@ReviewCam What they mean is a passport and only a passport.
I’ve been subjected to secondary searches a few times and I know it’s because I look sketchy. 🙂 Call it profiling or whatever but if I was a CBSA agent I’d pull me aside also! They have a thankless job and they have to be on their toes every time. I’ve never found them to be arrogant or rude at all. It’s all in the way YOU present yourself to them. I have nothing to hide so I allow them to do their jobs without a hassle. It’s a new word since 9/11 and we have to adapt it’s really that simple!
i don’t know about you, but when I come home (back to canada) I feel good and welcomed. yes they ask questions, you answer them. IF they want to search your bag, let them. What’s the issue? It’s for our own good in the end. If some guy is on a power trip, keep calm and answer him politely. In the end you’ll be home in no time
Vancouvers CBSA is the worst customs in the world, They probably hire people that were picked on as kids.
@danbeb no…I wouldnt say they are any different from any other agency. Like every place, you have your good officers and you have your bad officers. Keep in mind that people dont like being told what they can and cant do. These guys enforce border legislation and I wouldnt be surprised that a bulk of these guys complaining were caught doing something or bringing something they werent supposed to.