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Hello, thanks for the question.
I see that you posted a second thread too, asking about the first.
Firstly, please understand that the experts aren't site employees. We're just people working from home. And on a Sunday night there aren't many of us around. I'm not at the site offices or at a call center. I'm at home, baking and doing laundry.
I saw the question, and it didn't make a lot of sense to me.
If these three incidents took place in the US, why are you asking about Canadian laws?
I'll ask the site to close your other thread.
Also, it looks like you have a subscription? Or did you put down a deposit for this question? I'm just trying to help you figure out how to use the site better.
The average to get a first reply from an expert might be 8 minutes... but that's the average and not on Canada Law on a Sunday night.
I'm sorry you didn't get good value from the lawyer you saw "down here". Where is down here? You're in PEI and your husband is in the US?
I don't do phone calls. I'm a lawyer in Ontario, but the site is based in the US and it isn't a law firm.
So, your husband needs help filling out the form to cross the border into Canada, right? He got flagged for the bedding and then they found his record and turned him away?
OK, this is as much an immigration question as a criminal law question. I don't know if any of the few experts here in Canada Law have any experience in this matter, but we'll find out. I'm going to opt out as your expert so that the others can see the question.
I don't know how long this will take, maybe more time than you want it to. Your husband should be pursuing other avenues for help too, perhaps at the Canadian consulate at the nearest city. Just a suggestion.