Is an id required to cross the canadian border?

Answer When a non-Canadian enters Canada, a CBSA officer may ask to see a valid passport and visa. If a U.S. citizen is entering Canada a passport is not required, but proof of citizenship such as a photo... Read More »

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What documentation is required to cross the Canadian border?

U.S. citizens are not required to have a passport to enter Canada, but do need to show proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate, and government-issued photo identification, such as a drive... Read More »

How to Cross the Canadian Border?

Canada only directly borders one country: the United States. However, a lot of people emigrate to Canada from other nations. This is a quick guide to crossing the Canada-US border.

Can you cross the Canadian border with a prior DUI?

Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) can deny admission to the country to persons with prior DUI convictions. If five to 10 years have passed since completing a DUI sentence, the CIC may consid... Read More »

Do you need a passport to cross the Canadian border?

Whether or not a passport is required for entry into Canada depends upon the traveler's country of citizenship and mode of travel. U.S. citizens traveling by land or on closed-loop cruise itinerari... Read More »