|FROM ||Ruben Safir
|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] Our Friends from Canada love us all: my
|I know, that was just an excuse to harass them because they were
Jewish. You just remined me that they are not accountable.
On 09/03/17 21:07, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben-at-mrbrklyn.com):
>> And smuggling diaper and formula - they said there was no excuse even if
>> they had 3 children in tow under the age of 3
> Look, you _cannot_ blithely bring food items into another country without
> concern about violating border regulations. At bare minimum, it's common
> sense to declare them on your entry form to make sure it's OK. In fact,
> that's a good general rule: If in doubt, declare the item on your entry form,
> and then you cannot be in trouble.
> Canadian regulations for infant formula from the USA say these are fine:
> Infant formula that is
> o commercially packaged
> o milk based or non milk based, (dry/liquid) formula
> o for personal use only
> o sealed
> o up to a maximum of 20 kilograms per person
> I doubt very much that there's any prohibition whatsoever against
> bringing diapers, so I do not believe that part of your vague story, even
> a bit.
> But, yeah, if you're the type of person who cannot bother understanding
> the sign-posted prohibitions, and who lacks the common sense to declare
> items creating obvious concerns, you really ought to stay away from
> border crossings.
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