CAFC EFW (/02/02) V2 RCMP GRC INSTRUCTION SHEET. NON-RESIDENT. FIREARM DECLARATION. FEUILLE D’INSTRUCTIONS. Print clearly and use a ballpoint pen. 2. Do not write in the shaded areas. 3. Read the back of the firearm declaration for more information on your rights and. RCMP GRC EF (/04/16) V4 CAFC INSTRUCTION SHEET. NON- RESIDENT. FIREARM DECLARATION. FEUILLE D’INSTRUCTIONS.

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The Lost Target A web based news service for gun enthusiasts. Joe Potosky – The Lost 90 1. Import rounds duty free for hunting purposes, or up to 1, rounds duty free for use at a recognized competition. More then three firearms: You must be at least 18 years old to bring a firearm into Canada. The declaration is only valid for the person who signs the declaration. You can purchase ammunition using the Declaration.

You can be processed by Canadian Customs in under twenty minutes. Only under special circumstances will handguns be allowed and those allowed must be pre-approved.

Storing, Transporting and Cwfc Firearms 5. Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative Flying. Customs and Border Protection Form and list all firearms. You can process the form on day of crossing OR process ahead of time.

Any port of entry can process the form: You must physically take the firearm with you. Don’t bring it into csfc building unless directed to do so! Returning to the states with cafx small amounts of un-fired ammunition that you had in your possession when you departed the USA has not been an issue in ccafc past and not an issue at most crossings, but you may run into an agent that will insist on seeing a with your ammunition listed! I’ve run into one agent in all my years crossing the border who had issues with my unfired ammunition not being listed on the form.

I’m stating the requirement so your informed, but should not be an issue for most! You can also present the receipt from the store you purchased from! I don’t recommend you list dafc on the same form as your firearm s unless a one time visit! Accordingly, except as provided in e 2 of this section, shotguns may not be exported permanently under this License Exception.

All shotguns and unused shotgun shells must be returned to the United States. Note that since certain countries may require an Import Certificate or a U.

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Entering Canada Walking you through the process! If a US citizen, have Customs Form It will be needed when you return to the USA. Declare your firearm and ammunition to Canadian Customs. At certain times of the year, especially in August, a wait of two hours may be experienced depending on time of day just to reach the customs booth at some crossings!

It’s up to you to convince the agent that you have a valid reason to have a firearm. Hand guns will not be allowed! A registration number will be placed on 9099 application. If you didn’t download an application, one will be provided. Border crossings accept credit cards.

Your credit card company will handle the exchange rate automatically. The registration is good for 60 days.


Each time you enter Canada for the next 60 days, the Canada Border Services Agency will complete Section E and issue a new confirmation number. Did you find this information helpful? Please consider making a donation Information of Interest Temporary Export Conflicts Canada allows for the import of rounds duty free for hunting purposes, or up to 1, rounds duty free for use at a recognized competition and also allows for more than three firearms to be temporarily imported.

Also, under the laws of Canada a Canadian may import: Once again this is in conflict with U. Also, a US person needs an import permit from Canada! If your bringing a barrel into Canada to sell or to give to a friend, it requires an export permit.

To take advantage of this service, you must enter Canada at one of these sites. Pre-processing Points of Entry and Information Please contact Customs officials ahead of time at the most appropriate site to you for details of the process.

Canada Border Services Travelling with Children Parents who share custody of their children should carry copies of the legal custody documents. It is also recommended that they have a consent letter from the other custodial parent to take the child on a trip out of the country.

When travelling with a group of vehicles, parents or guardians should arrive at the border in the same vehicle as the children. Adults who are not parents or guardians should have written permission from the parents or guardians to supervise the children. The consent letter should include addresses and telephone numbers where the parents or guardian can be reached.

CBSA officers watch for missing children, and may ask detailed questions about the children who are travelling with you.

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Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative Flying: Required at land and sea borders: Passport issued by the U. In many cases this information is tied to driver’s licence records, passport numbers and photo identification software. If a person has a criminal record, customs personnel can easily obtain this information and entry into Canada may not be permitted. A DUI can be cause to deny entry. It should be noted that Driving Under the Influence convictions are caafc a criminal offense in Canada.

Individuals with csfc records without waivers can be refused entry. Contact the nearest port of entry Canada Immigration office for more information. Rehabilitation for Persons Who Are Inadmissible to Canada Because of Past Criminal Activity Individual Rehabilitation You can apply for individual rehabilitation if at least five years have passed since you have completed all your criminal sentences and probation. To apply for individual rehabilitation, you must submit an application, and pay a processing fee.

Applications for rehabilitation can take over a year to process, so make sure you plan for your visit far enough in advance. Deemed Cfc You may be deemed rehabilitated if at least 10 years have passed since you completed the xafc imposed for your crime.

Some requirements for deemed rehabilitation include: You are not required to submit an application to be deemed rehabilitated. Unlicensed non-residents who will not be under direct supervision must obtain a Temporary Borrowing License. The Borrower’s form must be completed before entering Canada and a sponsors signature will be required.


Please note, a confirmed Non-Resident Firearms Declaration does not currently permit you to borrow firearms in Canada. This generally means that the licensed person must be close enough to them to take immediate action to prevent any unsafe or illegal use of the firearm.

This provision affects cadets and members of other youth organizations who receive instruction in the use of firearms or who take part in target practice. It also applies to young people who go hunting or who use restricted or prohibited firearms in organized shooting competitions. A Canadian Firearms Safety Course certificate is required. Active shooters should pass the test with little problem.

A fee is charged for taking the test. Submit your license application with a letter from your local police departmenton department letterhead, stating your a citizen in good standing.

The local sheriff supplied my cafd after he ran my drivers license through the system. Don’t send the original letter, just a copy.

It took three months from start to finish to receive my PAL license. Visitors will be able to purchase ammunition with Canadian firearms license, a confirmed firearms declaration form, or a Temporary Borrowing License.

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Transport all firearms unloaded. If you are transporting them in a vehicle, they must be csfc out of sight in a part of a vehicle that is kept locked the trunk, if there is oneunless the vehicle is supervised by an adult.

Rules for Storing, Transporting and Displaying Fuel: You can use your U. Your company will automatically 099 the conversion. Check with your company in regard to credit card conversion fees, as they can be excessive.

If not returning to Canada, spend your Canadian money prior to departing, as U. Check with your auto insurance company, they may have to issue a permit so you can show your vehicle is insured while in Canada. Medical Insurance The Department of State strongly urges Americans to consult with their medical insurance company prior to traveling abroad to confirm whether their policy applies overseas and if it will cover emergency expenses such as a medical evacuation.

Medicare and Medicaid programs do not provide payment for medical services outside the United States. However, many travel agents and private companies offer insurance plans that will cover health care expenses incurred overseas, including emergency services such as medical evacuations.

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Uninsured travelers who require cafd care overseas often face extreme difficulties. When consulting with your insurer prior to your trip, please ascertain whether payment will be made to the overseas healthcare provider or if you will be reimbursed later for expenses that you incur. Some insurance policies also include coverage for psychiatric treatment and for disposition of remains in the event of death. Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan. Cavc Posted By: Joe Potosky The Lost Target A web-based news service for gun enthusiasts Please consider making a small donation if you wish to help with the cost of maintaining this site.