Entry into Canada: Canadian law requires that all persons entering Canada carry both proof of citizenship and proof of identity.
A valid U.S.
passport, passport card, or NEXUS card satisfies these requirements for U.S.
Children under 16 need only present proof of U.S.
Can you get into Canada without a passport?
Generally, if you’re not a Canadian or U.S. citizen, you require a valid passport or visa to enter Canada. There are two exceptions: U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents may use their I-551 (“Green Card”) — instead of a passport — for travel between Canada and the United States, by air, land, or sea.
What documents do I need to travel to Canada from UK?
It is a requirement to be a full UK citizen before applying for a Canada eTA, so travellers holding a passport or travel document with a different status such as British subject, British overseas citizen or British protected person will be required to apply for a full Canada visitor visa, and not an eTA.
Do I need visa for Canada from UK?
British Citizens don’t usually need a visa to visit Canada for short periods, but you’ll need to get an Electronic Travel Authorisation before you travel (see below). Some unauthorised websites charge for submitting visa applications. These websites are not endorsed by or associated with the Canadian government.
Who needs an eTA for Canada?
U.S. CITIZENS AND PERMANENT RESIDENTS:U.S. citizens do not require a visa or an eTA to travel to Canada. As usual, if you are a U.S. citizen, you can visit Canada with your valid U.S. passport. U.S. permanent residents (Green Card holders) must have an eTA to travel to Canada, as well as their Green Card.