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Immigration lawyer sees ‘potential chilling effect’ on investment; investor who was banned calls it ‘one of the worst experiences of my life’

Visiting the U.S. is a “crapshoot” that could lead to a lifetime ban for foreign nationals who are invested or work in the Canadian marijuana industry, which could hurt the booming sector, immigration lawyers said Friday.

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Talin Maltepe, a Toronto art dealer, was recently told she needs a work permit to enter the U.S. after years of doing business in that country without one. (Turgut Yeter/CBC)

For years, Toronto art dealer Talin Maltepe has criss-crossed the U.S.-Canada border for business.

Last week, she was denied entry. After being questioned, fingerprinted and photographed by U.S. immigration officials at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Maltepe was finally escorted out of the terminal.

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WASHINGTON — President Trump plans to cap the number of refugees that can be resettled in the United States next year at 30,000, his administration announced on Monday, further cutting an already drastically scaled-back program that offers protection to foreigners fleeing violence and persecution.

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EU Immigration News

By John Powell |Sept. 17, 2018

UK visas: High-skilled migrants cap 'should be scrapped'

The Migration Advisory Committee says these workers make a more positive contribution to the public finances. It suggests EU workers should be subject to the same visa rules as other migrants. But it notes the UK might offer them special status under a Brexit deal. The government has said it will "carefully consider" the committee's proposals.

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