Canadians For Women's March Denied Entry to U.S.

According to a report by The Guardian, a group of Canadians and French nationals were denied entry at the U.S. border after declaring their reason for visiting was to attend the Women's March in Washington, D.C.

 

When Border patrol in Quebec asked the group what their plans were, they answered honestly and were asked to pull over.

The group was then fingerprinted and photographed during a two-hour interrogation that resulted in their cars and phones being searched.

The French nationals were told they would need a visa for all future entry to the U.S. while the Canadians were told if they tried to enter again this weekend, they would be arrested.

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