A family, claiming to be from Columbia, is arrested by RCMP officers as they cross the border into Canada from the United States as asylum seekers on April 18, 2018 near Champlain, New York. (Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press)
OTTAWA—The federal auditor general says Canadas border agency has failed to promptly remove most of the people under orders to leave the country.
In a report tabled in Parliament today, the auditor says the Canada Border Services Agencys efforts were hampered by poor data quality and case-management flaws, resulting in avoidable delays in thousands of cases.
Problems in sharing information with immigration officials also slowed things down.
The border agency is responsible for carrying out removal orders to ensure public safety and the integrity of the immigration system.Read More – Source