U.S. citizens must present passports in order to enter Canada by all means, according to TripAdvisor. In March 2016, an additional entry requirement called the eTA will be a requirement for travelers who enter Canada by air. Travelers must complete the eTA online before...
Canada's customs regulations are complicated, as import restrictions apply to a wide variety of items, from plants to meat products. Knowing which items are restricted and not attempting to bring them into the country saves travelers time and trouble at the border.
When entering the United States, entrants must present a passport, e-passport or participate in the U.S. Customs and Border Protection's trusted traveler programs for low-risk visitors, explains FindLaw. Instead of a passport, U.S. citizens can present a U.S. Merchant M...
Benefits of Blue Cross Canada include providing health insurance coverage for self employed individuals and the retired demographic. It covers dental care, disability, eye problems, massage therapy, specialised health care professionals and critical ailments, as of 2015...
The laws for crossing the U.S.-Canadian border changed on June 1, 2009, according to USA Today. Since that date, U.S. citizens must provide a passport or other approved travel documentation in order to clear customs.
Crossing the border into Canada by car involves driving through a checkpoint, presenting a passport or proof of United States citizenship (such as a birth certificate or U.S. Permanent Resident Card ) and answering questions from a border agent. The questions may regard...
The average estimated wait time to cross the United States border into Canada is 10 minutes on weekdays and 20 minutes on weekends and holidays. Commercial flow may experience an additional delay but this is often limited to less than 20 minutes.