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www.reference.com/article/rules-crossing-canadian-border-be910c6d38b4dd11

To cross the Canadian border, an individual needs the proper documents and to undergo an interview, according to TripAdvisor. While an individual with a criminal record can enter Canada, he may have a difficult time doing so and might have to undergo a secondary inspect...

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As of 2009, having a current passport is mandatory for the driver of the vehicle and all passengers when crossing the Canadian border, explains Louie Doverspike for USA Today. Showing sufficient funds or proof of an airline ticket may be required at the discretion of bo...

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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...

www.reference.com/article/cross-canadian-border-usa-food-b29cf3ddc1f76705

As of 2015, there are restrictions on certain types of food that may be brought across the Canadian border into the United States, however prepared foods for personal consumption are generally allowed, according to EZBorderCrossing. All vegetables, fruits and plants mus...

www.reference.com/article/documents-american-citizens-need-cross-canadian-border-1f238c9598f5ba9f

As of 2015, an American citizen over the age of 18 can pass in and out of Canada if he has a valid passport with him, according to USA Today. A birth certificate grants an American passage into Canada but does not suffice for re-entry to the United States.

www.reference.com/article/length-canadian-u-s-border-1b07608aa4a87f50

The United States and Canada share a border 5,525 miles in distance. The two countries share the longest international border in the world - which includes 119 border crossings - with an estimated 140,000 vehicles and 300,000 travelers crossing the border each day.

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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...