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If I Have a Green Card Will I Need a Visa to Travel to Canada?

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I am planning to visit my brother in Toronto this coming year.
I am a GreenCard holder here in United States and this will be my first time travelling outside of the country.

I am just wondering If I still need a visa to enter Canada?

Thank you very much!

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  1. Giovanni on Jan 17, 2013 Reply

    As a Green Card holder, or permanent resident of the Unites States, you will not need a visa to enter Canada.

    You will present this at the port of entry and will be able to enter providing the officer is satisfied that you meet all the requirements. Requirements such as the nature of your stay, that you do not intend to overstay in Canada, that you do not intend to work in Canada etc.

    You will be subject to the same scrutiny as anyone attempting to cross.

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