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    My boyfriend was convicted of a DUI when he was 18, he is now 25. We are US citizens with passports and will be traveling to Anguilla sometime in the near future. Recently we went to Canada and he was denied entry onto Canadian soil, and they told him he had been "red flagged". When we asked about our travels else where the customs lady simply told us to google it.

    My concern is that, even though he recently obtained his us passport, because of the misdemeanor in 2004, he will be denied entry to Anguilla since it is British terretory. Has anyone else had any issues with this? Or know of anything? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Traveling concerns

    It is definitely possible that you could have problems. I'd contact the Anguilla Tourist Board and see if they have any info for you. Their contact info is here:

    Let us know how it turns out!
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