As far as Canada Customs and Immigration is concerned, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) control approximately 1,200 service points crosswise Canada and 39 locations overseas. It employs about 13,000 public servants who touch over 12 million commercial releases and more than 95 million travelers every year.
The CBSA's role is to administer the nation's border by administering and put into effect over 90 domestic laws that oversee trade and travel, in addition to worldwide agreements and conventions.
The CBSA delivers ground-breaking border management all the way through a network of dedicated professionals who work deliberately with domestic and international partners to make sure that Canada remains protected and receptive to new and emerging threats. The CBSA also intercepts, arrests and removes those persons who create a threat to Canada or who have been determined to be prohibited.
Border services officers are at Canada's entry points to assist you when you go back to Canada. The CBSA is dedicated to providing well-organized, courteous service. At chosen bilingual offices, officers will give service in the official language of your choice.