The Canadian border has become a little tighter, with a new rule requiring Mexican and Czech citizens entering Canada to have a visa. The visa requirement became effective July 15. The Canadian government announced July 13 that it was changing its entry requirements for the two countries because of high numbers of refugee claims. According to the Canadian government, refugee claims from Mexico have almost tripled since 2005, and in 2008 only about 11 percent of those claims were accepted. ...

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