Landing in New Brunswick (leaving and re-entering)

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Subject: Landing in New Brunswick (leaving and re-entering)
  Hi all,

I just received my passport request and will soon be coming to the final stages of my application. I applied through the family class outside Canada but am currently in the country as a visitor. When my passport and landing documents get back to me, I understand that I will have to leave and re-enter Canada to "land". So my question is where is the best place to do this? I am currently in Saint John, NB. and would be looking to drive/take the bus to a border. I have been unable to find any list or information on places where this landing is actually possible.

Thanks for any help,
Cheers, Paul

[26-11-2008,17:52]
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Pual-L
(in reply to: Landing in New Brunswick (leaving and re-entering))
your best bet is through the usa if you have a visa for it. whichever usa city is nearest where u are now.
[26-11-2008,18:45]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: Landing in New Brunswick (leaving and re-entering))
Here´s a list of CBSA offices that offer immigration services - http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/contact/listing/indexpages/indextype38-e.html.

Pick whichever is nearest and accessible to you.

[26-11-2008,19:58]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: Landing in New Brunswick (leaving and re-entering))
The closest border crossing to Saint John is at St. Stephen/Calais Maine. It´s just a bit over an hour, depending on where you are. Take the 1 south--you can´t miss it! :)
[27-11-2008,16:54]
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wannabecanadian
(in reply to: Landing in New Brunswick (leaving and re-entering))
Thanks! I guess like with the rest of this whole immigration process, it´s way easier than I perceive it to be. For some reason I thought there were only a handful of places I could do this. St. Stephen will do me just fine. Thanks again.
[27-11-2008,17:07]
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Pual-L
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