(2) Other Canadian airports with current U.S. pre-authorization programs (. B, for example, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Ottawa) are then eligible for non-dumping. When U.S. inspection authorities and local airport authorities find that the allocation of additional personnel and other resources required to open new pre-transit clearance facilities at these airports is disproportionate to the expected traffic volumes, they make a recommendation to both parties to decide how to proceed. 3. Other applications for prior authorization from U.S. and Canadian airports are considered sympathetically when they receive prior authorization. Preclearance also offers great flexibility to airlines operating on routes on which such a program is available.

For example, major U.S. airlines and their subsidiaries fly regularly daily to New York from places like Toronto or Nassau. The presence of pre-facilities in Toronto and Nassau allows airlines to land comfortably to LaGuardia Airport (which does not have border protection equipment) instead of John F International Airport. Kennedy (JFK) or Newark Liberty International Airport (EEA), saving them valuable landing sites at JFK and EEA for other international arrivals from overseas airports without CBP prefabrication facilities. Another incense zone in the United States is also located on the Port of Vancouver. This position is particularly valuable for cruise ships visiting Alaska or departing from Vancouver and having their first stop in U.S. cities on the west coast of North America. [citation required] (i) staff members are responsible for responding to emergency calls from pre-clearance personnel; (ii) is an armed officer in the office or in the vestibule area during all periods of intervention, except in case of emergency; (iii) the armed officer has a clear view of the vestibule from his office; and (iv) an armed officer conducts frequent patrols (every 15-30 minutes) through the pre-evacuation area. Preclearance allows you to control goods and people before leaving the country of exit. Pre-clearance screening at a boarding point is essentially the same inspection as a person at a U.S.

port of entry (or at a place of disembarkation) and pre-clearance travellers must not undergo a second U.S. customs and security inspection upon arrival in the United States. The clearing of goods is carried out after the export of Canada and is also the same inspection goods would have passed in a U.S. port of entry and prefabricated goods do not have to undergo a second inspection of U.S. Customs and Border Guards upon arrival in the United States. Since the agreement is fully reciprocal, the agreement authorizes Canada to conduct pre-authorization operations in the United States, in addition to the possible extension of CBP`s pre-evacuation operations in Canada. The agreement also explores co-location in small, remote ports of entry and includes additional instruments and authorities to enforce immigration, customs and agriculture laws, facilitate legitimate travel and ensure the protection and accountability of civil servants. The Land, Rail, Maritime and Air Transportation Agreement (LRMA) signed on February 4, 2011 between the United States and Canada is designed to enhance security and accelerate the lawful flow of people and goods. It allows both countries to implement pre-authorization procedures in all modes of transport and to implement pre-authorization measures in the other country. 1. Airports where there is a prior declaration are characterized by an asterisk. Each party is considering pre-authorization at the additional airports or other airports listed below, in accordance with Section III standards.2.