Can I travel to Canada with a green card?
green card holders (permanent residents) can travel to Canada without a visa.
However, you will need a passport.
Canada does not require permanent residents to get a visitor visa.
Because a permanent resident is not eligible for a U.S.
passport, you will need a valid passport from your country of citizenship.
Can I travel to Canada with a US permanent resident card?
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. The I-551 is accepted for entry to Canada, from the U.S.; a U.S. permanent resident does not require a visa to visit Canada, regardless of citizenship.
Do permanent residents need visa for Canada?
Yes, permanent residents can travel freely to Canada. No visa is required; however, the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship (CIC) does require permanent residents to have a valid U.S. green card and passport from their country of citizenship.
What countries can US permanent residents visit without visa?
The following countries generally allow U.S. permanent residents to enter the country without a visa for purposes of tourism.
- Albania: 90 days within 180 days.
- Antigua and Barbuda: 30 days.
- Bahamas: 30 days.