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CSANews 116 » Bird talk

CSANews Issue 116 » Bird talk

U.S. Immigration Laws for Snowbirds

Posted date : Sep 21, 2020.

We are snowbirds who spent the winters in California. We have tracked our days in the U.S. very carefully and every year, we file Form 8840….

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Bird Talk Question

Posted date : Sep 21, 2020.

Mr. Quigley says that Medipac will cover policy holders for COVID-19 this winter and is encouraging us to purchase coverage through their Early Bird program….

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Travel Insurance

Posted date : Sep 21, 2020.

I have two issues with travel insurance. Firstly, although I continue to pay premiums for out-of-country insurance, the insurer will not cover any travel to Florida if I fall ill to coronavirus….

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Flying to the U.S.

Posted date : Sep 21, 2020.

As a snowbird living in a seasonal home in Canada, I am concerned about reaching my Florida home for the winter if land borders are closed.

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Extended Stay in U.S

Posted date : Sep 21, 2020.

The U.S. Congress has formally approached Canada to open our borders as quickly as possible. This could be the right time for CSA to request that our government include the “extended stay provision” for Canadians…

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CSA News Summer 2020 Issue

Posted date : Sep 21, 2020.

Just received my summer issue and reading the letter from J. Ross Quigley. Note that he indicates in the third paragraph that the border to the United States is now open, which it is not.

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Article by Alexis Campbell

Posted date : Sep 21, 2020.

Really enjoyed the article, “Know where you go when you’re going South for the winter.” Lots of good, common-sense tips. I would have liked to see an assessment done on I-95, as it is a major route taken by travellers from NS, NB, NF and Quebec.

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