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Do you need a passport for travel to Canada?

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Since July 2009, anyone entering Canada by land, sea or air must have a valid passport or equivalent travel document. United States law also requires individuals to have a U. S. passport to reenter this country.

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Equivalent travel documents that satisfy the passport requirement include the NEXUS Card, an identification card available to U. S.and Canadian citizens that they can scan at automated kiosks; a U.S. passport card, a state-issued identification card that is valid for land and sea entry only; an Enhanced Driver’s License, a driver’s license with a radio chip that is available to residents of New York and Washington; and a FAST/Express Card, a pre-approved entry program for commercial truckers.

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