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    Safe Third Country Agreement

    On November 29, 2004 the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice published companion final rules to implement the U.S.-Canada Safe Third Country Agreement. The agreement allocates responsibility among the two countries for asylum claims made at land border ports of entry on the U.S./Canada border and by individuals who are being removed by the United States or Canada through the other country. The regulations(as published on Federal Register Online via GPO Access) took effect on December 29th, 2004.

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    Safe Third Country Agreement

    On November 29, 2004 the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice published companion final rules to implement the U.S.-Canada Safe Third Country Agreement. The agreement allocates responsibility among the two countries for asylum claims made at land border ports of entry on the U.S./Canada border and by individuals who are being removed by the United States or Canada through the other country. The regulations(as published on Federal Register Online via GPO Access) took effect on December 29th, 2004.

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