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Guys, I know that this is 2 years old thread, but any updates in this area? As per the below link, it will take upto 30 days to get such a report? I am looking for entry exit records.
https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/agency-agence/reports-rapports/pia-efvp/atip-aiprp/thr-rav-eng.html#a1
Yes, the info is still as above:
- ATIP takes a month
- It includes all entries into Canada
- It includes all exits out of Canada, but only if via US land border
- In very rare cases, it also includes exits via air, but normally it doesn't.
 
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Yes, the info is still as above:
- ATIP takes a month
- It includes all entries into Canada
- It includes all exits out of Canada, but only if via US land border
- In very rare cases, it also includes exits via air, but normally it doesn't.
One reminder in case if you are a US citizen:
CBSA does NOT have entry or exit records for US citizens so that you may not bother to wait for ATIP.
 
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Yes, the info is still as above:
- ATIP takes a month
- It includes all entries into Canada
- It includes all exits out of Canada, but only if via US land border
- In very rare cases, it also includes exits via air, but normally it doesn't.
Please stop spreading mis-information. CBSA does not track exits via air. The current law of Canada does not allow it. There is a new bill in the Parliament which will allow it. When it is passed, CBSA will track exits. As of now, CBSA does not track exits, and there is no such thing as "rare" case. Please refrain from making up stuff and confusing people. Many thanks and much appreciated.
 

spyfy

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Please stop spreading mis-information. CBSA does not track exits via air. The current law of Canada does not allow it. There is a new bill in the Parliament which will allow it. When it is passed, CBSA will track exits. As of now, CBSA does not track exits, and there is no such thing as "rare" case. Please refrain from making up stuff and confusing people. Many thanks and much appreciated.
I am not making stuff up. There have been several reports in this forum of people that their cbsa records sporadically included air exit dates. Why that was the case i don't know. Indeed, they aren't tracked regularly. Hence my very appropriate usage of the word "rare", whose definition you are more than welcome to look up in a dictionary.

Also, it is terribly rude to accuse me (or anyone) of "making stuff up". I have no problem with being corrected when I make a mistake, but accusing me of intent is really preposterous.
 
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Yes, the info is still as above:
- ATIP takes a month
- It includes all entries into Canada
- It includes all exits out of Canada, but only if via US land border
- In very rare cases, it also includes exits via air, but normally it doesn't.
I see. This was more for my information. Thank you so much!!

Not sure why there would be a 30 days wait on such a record.. but it is what it is..
 

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Thanks for the link. I think we will need to get travel history from this.
Somehow I94 only show up to 2015 when we print that online.
Not sure I understood your comment. Are you talking about getting the travel history records from US or Canada? When you refer to I94, you are referring to US.
 

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Not sure I understood your comment. Are you talking about getting the travel history records from US or Canada? When you refer to I94, you are referring to US.
It doesn't matter... cos all those trips were day trips (return within the hour) for gas/package pickup.

So once we get the dates (either US or Canadian), we can list them for the travel history.
For real trips, we have those dates marked down and/or have e-tickets. So those trips are good.
 

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One reminder in case if you are a US citizen:
CBSA does NOT have entry or exit records for US citizens so that you may not bother to wait for ATIP.
Funny because I got my entry records. No one batted an eye. What I couldn't do was do an I-94 for CBP. They won't for US citizens. I have them from 2012 to now as needed. The website says not to because they will check them but I did (as did most) because I obviously want to get the count of dates right, rather than waste people's time.