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Seller and Buyer beware. I have a friend who has a very legitimate multicultural and multicountry business. She has had a devil of a time getting an appropriate visa to work in the USA with her american clients. After two years of hassel, she was finally given a visa. She has found that Canada has reciprocated even for more regular businesses, so am not surprised by this development. A US citizen can get into a heap of trouble if you are in Canada on a "tourist" visa or there on "vacation" and then produce income from what ever source. You may be in hot water with the Canadians and the US government.

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well what would stop a stripper or an escort from visiting Canada as just a guest or tourist. I would assume that hundreds of thousands of people visit Canadian cities on a monthly basis. How would they know if I earned any income while I was there?

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well what would stop a stripper or an escort from visiting Canada as just a guest or tourist. I would assume that hundreds of thousands of people visit Canadian cities on a monthly basis. How would they know if I earned any income while I was there?

 

It's probably enforced through stiffer penalties for foreign escorts than Canadian ones.

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I just got back from Montreal today and this issue was being discussed at Stock Bar last night. Incidentally, I am familiar with one European dancer that dances at Stock who was denied entry into Canada within the last 60 days. He arrived in Montreal on a flight from Europe and somehow the autorities determined he was going to work as a stripper (I think they went into his laptop and reviewed e-mails) in Montreal without the proper employment documents and permits. He was not allowed to enter and put on the first available flight back to Europe. Seems like the Canadian authorities really may be cracking down.

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somehow the autorities determined he was going to work as a stripper (I think they went into his laptop and reviewed e-mails)

 

Hmmm. I wish you hadn't put in the parenthetical. In my imagination it was hotter as to how they determined it.

 

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well what would stop a stripper or an escort from visiting Canada as just a guest or tourist. I would assume that hundreds of thousands of people visit Canadian cities on a monthly basis. How would they know if I earned any income while I was there?

 

There are probably lots of guys who do so and get away with it, but we have read stories of escorts here who have been stopped at the border and sent back because there was information on them which suggested they were going to escort (i.e. work in Canada without the appropriate visa). I would be careful when entering Canada by not having obvious indications of my intended activities on me, and trying not to dress for "business." I don't think I need to spell out what that means. I would guess that anyone getting caught would be banned from entering Canada for a long, long time.

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