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until we get a handle on where we are we need to stop , that the United States neighbor to the north Canada , the concern is that they might bring people in before they have answers from our life partners on their database checks on these people the responses critics note months or perhaps a more than a year historically candidate has waiting for all the database to actually completed without that assurance there's a possibility that somebody could come who might trigger a red flag Palmer said it's not clear how easy it will be to track down refugees going to concern in rain or how willing to Canadian court system will be department , particularly if they're threatened of torture or death back home , but newly elected prime minister Justin Trudeau should maintain the country's security the top priority first screening actually is done by the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees unsubtle security screening as much as well just picking up people whom they think are vulnerable and need to build such a western countries , they will have some files on them and that's the part that the Canadians consider to be the most important part because they think that the various groups are unlikely to try to spend years filtering people through the refugee camps , well given the strong possibility that they might not end up in any western country at all they might spend the rest of their lives in these camps