United States Vermont Alburgh
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bojangles, on May 26, 2008, said:
Have you crossed here? Is it legal to cross into Canada from the U.S here as long as you report to the nearest border crossing?
tacomacorolla, on September 22, 2008, said:
so this means that if i want to cross to the usa or canada is that easy for anyone to do it illigalla correct? thanks for the answer
lichinga, on October 1, 2008, said:
This is the way all country "borders" should be !
wbaron, on October 1, 2008, said:
I've never crossed here because there are cameras on poles, so Border Patrol would probably try to hunt me down. I think they changed the rule after 9/11 that allowed you to cross anywhere as long as you traveled directly to a port of entry.
vince mcnally, on May 22, 2009, said:
Think it is very irresposible to identify this as an unmanned border crossing!!! This is inviting
trouble on BOTH SIDES.
wbaron, on May 24, 2009, said:
I don't think I'm being irresponsible. Thre are signs everywhere. If you don't want trouble, don't cross here.
Mark DiSanzo, on August 22, 2009, said:
There's nothing to worry about. Just because it's unmanned doesn't mean it isn't watched. Line Road has sensors in the ground and in the trees. Both countries know when someone crosses the line. And anyway, don't you think anyone trying to come in illegally already knows about this place? Saying it's unmanned isn't going to make them flood this part of VT.
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