Presentation of Persons (2003) Regulations
Marginal note:Exception — corporate aircraft
8 (1) A person in charge of a corporate aircraft may apply by telephone to an officer at a designated customs office for the issuance of an authorization on behalf of an individual who is or is expected to be aboard a corporate aircraft that is to arrive in Canada.
(2) An application under subsection (1) shall include, if available, the individual’s name, date of birth, citizenship and place of residence.
(3) The Minister may issue an authorization to an individual described in subsection (1) if all of the following conditions are met:
(a) the individual meets the requirements set out in paragraphs 6(a) to (e);
(a.1) the individual is an employee, contractor, consultant or other business associate of the corporation that is using the aircraft and is travelling for purposes related to the business of the corporation;
(b) the person in charge of the corporate aircraft has not applied on behalf of more than four individuals;
(c) the person in charge of a corporate aircraft confirms to the Minister that the individual on whose behalf the application is made is aboard the aircraft and provided, at that time, the information described in subsection (2) if it had not been given previously; and
(d) the individual is accompanied on the corporate aircraft by another person who is authorized to present themself by means of the person in charge of the corporate aircraft.
Marginal note:No issue after arrival
(4) No authorization may be issued after an aircraft has arrived in Canada.
- SOR/2005-385, s. 28
- SOR/2006-154, s. 8
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