Nigeria has given assurances it will help dispel myths that illegally crossing from the U.S. is a shortcut to Canada and will issue travel documents to facilitate the removal of unsuccessful asylum seekers. Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen recently met with senior officials in Nigeria.

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