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Re: Canadian surrendering cruising permit before heading the the Bahamas. Tips?
Every Border Customs organization world wide seems to be variable, from Officer to Officer. Painful, I know.
Iím not an authority on checking out, as I never have to. Just be sure youíre clear with your question and plans. If you plan to need a permit back, you have to be outside the country for 15 days, I think. If you return and your old permit is still valid, I think you only get until it expires and you canít extend. You have to leave again. If you want a new 6 months, you need to surrender it, leave, then come back and apply for a new one.
I think Iím pretty close anyway. Just be sure to review the point with CBP.
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