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  1. #11
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    Not it, but worth a check
    https://2016.export.gov/canada/

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    Internal transaction number generated by AES

    https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/det...mber-%28itn%29

    That’s one part, AES is the system you need to be able to access I believe

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    Read up, and drive to the nearest airport with a US presence. If you’re near Vancouver, there’s other options, including an embassy. Maybe Kelowna has customs, not sure.

    Same place you can get processed for your NEXUS by the US, you’ll find an office outside security you can access. If it’s a long trip, call first to see if an appointment can be made. Appointment needed for Nexus, likely for in depth conversation as well. Make sure you write down agents full name and number. They can be very erratic in deciding on vague portions of information, and having another agent for them to call/confirm will do wonders. Even if they don’t call them.

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