Entry into Canada: Canadian law requires that all persons entering Canada carry proof of citizenship and identity. A valid U.S. passport, passport card, or NEXUS card satisfies these requirements for U.S. citizens. Children under 16 only need proof of U.S. citizenship.... read more ›
While a U.S. citizen's government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license, and proof of U.S. citizenship, such as a birth certificate or naturalization certificate, are sufficient to cross into Canada, you'll need additional documents to re-enter the United States, according to Liz Jones of Leaf Group.... see details ›
NEXUS card, held by a Canadian citizen, when entering Canada by air (when coming from the U.S.), land, or marine modes. FAST card (Free and Secure Trade), issued to a Canadian citizen (when arriving by land or marine modes only) Canadian emergency travel document. Canadian temporary passport.... see more ›
Citizens and permanent residents of the United States
Citizens of the United States need a valid U.S. passport to fly to or transit through a Canadian airport. Citizens of the United States coming to Canada by car, bus, train or boat need to carry proper identification and meet the basic requirements to enter Canada.... view details ›
Q: Can I use my REAL ID card to cross the border into Canada and Mexico and for international travel? No. REAL ID cards cannot be used for border crossings into Canada, Mexico or other international travel.... read more ›
As of April 26, 2022, lawful permanent residents of the United States must show these documents for all methods of travel to Canada: a valid passport from their country of nationality (or an equivalent acceptable travel document) and. a valid green card (or equivalent valid proof of status in the United States)... read more ›
The following forms of identification are accepted for U.S. citizens:
- U.S. Passport.
- U.S. Passport card (for land and marine travel only)
- NEXUS card.
- Enhanced Driver's License (for land and marine travel only)
When entering the United States, U.S. citizens are required to show passport, U.S. passport card, Trusted Traveler Program card (NEXUS, SENTRI, Global Entry or FAST) or an Enhanced Driver's License.... view details ›
The print queue is also separate thus ensuring faster print of Tatkaal passports i.e. a Tatkaal passport would be dispatched within 1-3 days of applicant visiting PSK as against a Normal application which would take longer.... see details ›
- driving license,
- a U.S. birth certificate,
- certificate of citizenship or naturalization,
- permanent resident card,
- certificate of Indian status.
The document must be one of the following: birth certificate; equivalent document from the birth country; or. letter of explanation (where no birth certificate is available in the country).... continue reading ›
Under the Skilled Worker category of Canadian immigration, Express Entry candidates who receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) are currently required to submit the following supporting documents along with their application: Valid passport. Birth certificate.... see more ›
Enhanced Driver's License / Enhanced Identification Card. Enhanced Driver's Licenses or Enhanced Identification Cards (known as EDLs) are documents that can be used instead of a passport for purposes of cross-border travel into the USA at land and water ports of entry.... read more ›
Proof of Citizenship – Born in Canada
If you were born in Canada, your Canadian birth certificate will suffice as proof of citizenship anywhere in Canada. If you need proof outside of Canada, a Canadian passport is the only acceptable proof internationally. (A NEXUS Card is not proof of citizenship.)... see details ›