What do I need to go to Canada if I'm a US resident?

American citizens must have proper identification and meet basic requirements to enter Canada. If you have a valid U. S. passport, you don't need a Canadian passport, visa or eTA to enter Canada.




Can you travel to Canada on a US green card?

The following documents are required for travel to Canada by lawful permanent residents of the U. S. A valid green card is proof of status in the United States




How long can a US resident be in Canada?

Most visitors can stay for 6 months It can be up to 6 months in Canada. If you're allowed to enter Canada, the border services officer may allow you to stay for less or more than 6 months.




Do US permanent residents need eTA for Canada?

U. S. citizens are exempt from the eTA requirement if they have a valid U. S. passport. The eTA requirement is not applicable to lawful permanent residents of the U. S. .




Can a US permanent resident get a passport?

Note, Only citizens of the United States and non-citizen nationals can apply for a passport. . Green card holders can't get a passport unless they become citizens.