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Subject: Air Ticket for Landing
  Mates,

I am planning to land shortly with my family. I will be staying for a week or so then fly back home for the schools.

I heared from some friends that having a return air ticket while landing may let the office refuse our entry to Canada as he will feel that we are not going to Canada for good. Is that correct? I feel it is not because as per law we are allowed to live out side Canada fro some time.

Anyone has an idea about that?

Thanks
SAleh

[19-01-2005,00:58]
Saleh
Hm (in reply to: Air Ticket for Landing)
I don´t think that is true, simply because we all know that one way ticket is in most cases more expensive than return ticket - which is totally wierd.

[19-01-2005,01:02]
Roma
don't worry (in reply to: Air Ticket for Landing)
I used return ticket for landing. The immigration officer even did not ask my airfair. Nobody did. I stayed in Vancouver for 32 days then left.
[19-01-2005,01:40]
Paul
(in reply to: Air Ticket for Landing)
Hi Saleh
Two of my friends with family did their landing they stayed for 2 weeks and 4 weeks, and return back for school, so far no problem.

[19-01-2005,01:50]
Boss
(in reply to: Air Ticket for Landing)
thanks for all of you
[19-01-2005,06:17]
Saleh
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