" Then we went to register, quickly got luggage and boarding passes, then on the second floor and the passage of X-rays for hand luggage, it was the first test of X-rays, ie checked baggage for us checked - apparently shine then themselves. Test went very quickly and did not open any bags in your hand luggage (and it was packed with two laptops to the same securities, charging batteries, and other things, a backpack, ladies handbag, and a large bag with clothes for the baby), though his wife and two times did not pass the detector and had to place a child at the hands of the employee of the airport to find out what's wrong - and it was in the hairpins. After that border control - quickly and without problems. Only the officer asked him to make out whether the child's travel document, as well as the child is entered in the passport. Of course, the issue, we said it - stamp, stamp, pass. No customs control, red and green corridors, questions about values, money and stuff. Maybe it was abolished as unnecessary. So the conclusion is simple - no problems in Borispol in escaping from an immigration visa to Canada on a direct flight there. I think with the flight with a connection similarly. Gate opened half an hour before expected departure, but we still stood in a decanter for about an hour while preparing the aircraft (who had the idea of people running in the sump when the plane was not ready, do not know).