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Do you need a passport to visit Canada?

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As of 2015, a passport to visit Canada is not required if the traveler displays other sufficient proof of citizenship. Required documents to visit Canada depend on citizenship, age and the method of travel.

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Adults and children traveling by air are required to show either a U.S. passport or NEXUS card, which is pre-approved for low-risk travelers only. Adults traveling by land or sea must show either a U.S. passport, NEXUS or FAST card, U.S. passport card or enhanced driver's license. Children age 15 or younger, or age 16 to 18 and traveling with an organized and supervised school, religious or other youth group, must display either a U.S. birth certificate, U.S. consular report of birth abroad, certificate of U.S. naturalization or one of the documents allowed for adults.

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