Line drawn accross work visa

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Subject: Line drawn accross work visa
  When i entered Canada, the immigration officer drew a line accross my work visa after issuing me my work permit. My visa is valid for 3 years and multiple entry. What does that line mean?

Can I still use it to re-enter Canada in case I leave for a vacation in my home country or do I need to apply for a re-entry permit?

Is it normal for them to do that on a multiple-entry work visa?
Please advise. Thanks.

(in reply to: Line drawn accross work visa)
No, the visa would be valid uptill 3 years. You can safely go home as many times as you want within that period. I myself have noticed this practise with some of the immigration officers at the port of entry (quite often at airports not so much at land borders). I am sure that it is nothing to be concerned of.


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