Government also releases proposed list of countries whose citizens will have to start giving up biometric data next year before they can visit Canada.
United States Ambassador David Jacobson and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney sign the immigration information-sharing deal in Ottawa on Dec. 13.
Kristen Shane Published: Thursday, 12/13/2012 7:04 pm EST Last Updated: Thursday, 12/20/2012 5:31 pm EST
Canada and the United States signed a new treaty today to automatically share fingerprints, names, nationalities, birthdays, photos, and other information of refugee claimants and visa applicants to either country.
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