Occasionally, the program features other locations such as , seaports, international mail centres, raids on workplaces suspected of employing persons contrary to the restrictions of their visa or immigrant status and the work of vessels and aircraft in the waters of. A Latin American version of the show, titled Alerta Areopuerto filmed at in Bogota, Colombia and in Lima, Peru began airing 2016 in Latin America on. After being asked again about employment, and being warned a second time that lying could result in being banned from the U. The show is also broadcast internationally. The first season was hosted by , who stopped appearing on camera in subsequent seasons.
The show was moved to a Sunday Night slot for Season 7 in 2011. In 2009 suggested that the Department of Immigration and Citizenship used its working relationship with Seven as leverage for an apology to its National Communications Manager, Sandi Logan, who had appeared in an unflattering light on a report. This is available on , and is worth watching for anyone practicing U. A gambler shows his cards, but it's not a winning hand. June 2017 Border Security: Australia's Front Line Genre Factual Narrated by Country of origin Original language s English No. A Chinese couple is caught with lots of food in their bags. Additional penalties for misrepresentation A finding of misrepresentation at a port of entry results in lifetime inadmissibility to the United States.
In Canada, the series airs on and. Also, officers catch a Vietnamese student with a stash of seafood infested by exotic pests. A vagabond wants to climb a freezing mountain— without a coat or a plan. Two Brazilian men claim to be best friends but officers suspect it's a cover for illegal activity. In the opener, a man from Texas arrives at the Canadian border with his hunting gear and a trailer full of unusual trophies; an American marijuana user learns too late about Canadian drug laws; and three Chinese students try entering the country with suitcases full of undeclared food. A man is suspected of money laundering when officers find thousands in undeclared cash.
A street performer is caught in an escape act. Season 1, Episode 5 Season 1, Episode 5 An injured American may not be able to enter Canada; an information-technology consultant raises suspicions; a surfer returning from Southeast Asia has an unusual souvenir; teddy bears with expensive stuffing are found in the mail center; a marijuana farmer from California runs into trouble. Season 1, Episode 4 September 27, 2012 Season 1, Episode 4 September 27, 2012 An American oil-rig worker is questioned about his past; a man arrives from Hong Kong with meat in his suitcase; a British traveler is caught with an expired work permit; a package of cookbooks contains an extra ingredient; a disqualified driver is caught. Biosecurity intercept a delivery from Russia which is suspected to be part of the illegal trade in endangered animals. The show premiered on Sunday 6 February 2011, at 7:30pm time slot. While one officer searched their phones, two more began searching the car.
What this episode does not show the viewer is that this couple was probably also subject to a formal finding of inadmissibility, and will need to seek an inadmissibility waiver at the same time either of them applies for a visa in the future. Additionally, aliens arriving at a port of entry who are found inadmissible due to misrepresenting a material fact are subject to expedited removal. The Airside team searches deep into a 747. A British passenger gets the third degree from Customs after his baggage tests positive to traces of cocaine. A container from China that will blow the lid off a massive criminal syndicate.
A father travels to save his daughter in an abusive relationship. A romance novel proves that truth is stranger than fiction when it hides some ecstasy tablets. Indeed, the couple themselves may not encounter this reality until they apply for a visa to visit the United States. A hostile traveller spits out her true intentions. Three young men are caught being paid to be couriers for illegal smugglers. Later, biosecurity try to teach a stubborn student an important lesson. Any alien subject to expedited removal is inadmissible to the United States for a period of 5 years from the date of removal.
In the opener, a man from Texas arrives at the Canadian border with his hunting gear and a trailer full of unusual trophies; an American marijuana user learns too late about Canadian drug laws; and three Chinese students try entering the country with suitcases full of undeclared food. Since no other basis for ineligibility is listed in the regulations, the couple in this episode must have been removed from the United States. A gold bar and a pile of cash put a traveller on the watch list. Season 1, Episode 10 November 20, 2012 Season 1, Episode 10 November 20, 2012 A wanted Canadian is caught; a package of baby food has an extra ingredient; an American snowboarder has a checkered past; a worker from the Philippines is caught with undeclared goods; an imported dog is found to be more expensive than its owner claims. Most of the programme is filmed at , and airports.
Season 1, Episode 6 Season 1, Episode 6 Honduran drug runners who are in Canada illegally are caught; an American tourist appears to have set down Canadian roots; three relatives with the same name raise suspicion; a Japanese student forgets an important item; a Canadian woman returns from Mexico with an extra souvenir. Introduction At the Pacific Highway Port of Entry in Washington, a German couple on their way to California was sent into secondary inspection. Also, a huge threat to our biosecurity. A bus passenger with a past may have his travel plans snatched. Therefore, this couple sought an immigration benefit by misrepresenting a material fact. A British version of the show, titled , aired in 2011 in the United Kingdom. Misrepresentation Any alien who seeks to obtain an immigration benefit by misrepresenting a material fact is inadmissible to the United States.