Eligibility for the program means that the applicant is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of the state, or they are American citizens or PR from the United States who meet the requirements of regular visitors to enter Canada. This means that visitors must be in good health and should be able to support themselves during their stay in this country.
Applicants who qualify for the CDRP should be accepted/allowed entry under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act without a criminal record where forgiveness is not accepted.
Truckers also must not violate customs or immigration laws; and must be of good character, which indicates that you are responsible for complying with program obligations. If you are looking for more information about the customs self-assessment program then you can check out.
The best way is to check your records for an alcohol-related driving offense which is criminalized offense in Canada. Along with membership in the CDRP, responsibility is also expected. Truckers are expected to comply or face penalties which include: revoke your membership rights and monetary penalties.
Here is a list of responsibilities for trucker-members:
-Compliance with the Customs Act and the regulations, immigration laws and regulations and other laws administered by the CBSA.
-Bring personal identification and other necessary immigration documents.
-Photo registration card present to the border services officer for CSA clearance processing;
-The only registered drivers can be in the truck with you with their own photo registration card.