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Can permanent residents enter the Canadian army?
According to the Mexican Embassy in Canada website, landed immigrants of Canada do not require a visa. Ref. http://www.sre.gob.mx/canadaingles/ "The Embassy of Mexico in Canad…a informs the public that Canadian nationals and permanent residents of Canada still do not require a visa to enter Mexico, with the exception of Canadian citizens carrying diplomatic or official passports. Canadian nationals must present a valid passport to prove their nationality. Mexican authorities do not require a minimum period of validity of passports; nevertheless, this document must be valid at the time of entry and during the period you wish to be in Mexico. Permanent residents of Canada must present their Permanent Resident Card and one of the following documents: valid Passport or Refugee Travel Document."
Of course they can. We just had an aquaintance who's daughter just made the Canadian National Womens team for soccer at the age of 17. She is a permanent resident of Mis…sissauga, Ontario Canada.
Only if they are Canadian citizens too. Canadian permanent residents need their own passport and their PR card.
US Immigration will require proof that you are a resident. A passport of one of showing that. A birth certificate is another. When exiting entering the US one must have a val…id passport at all times.
no they can not enter united states. they must be a canadian citizen or an immigrant holding a passport
yes, a Canadian resident or landed immigrant needs a visa to travel to the usa; you do not need a us visa if your country of origin is part of the waiver treaty, and if so you… still need a visa to visit for more than 90 days.
As a resident of other country while carrying a Fiji Passport, a PR person can stay as long as they like in Fiji since they are still Fiji Citizens.
A permanent resident of any other country whose still carrying a Fiji Passport can enter Fiji and stay in Fiji for as long as they want since "it" is still a Fijian citizen. …Permanent Residents whose holding other countries password can stay in Fiji for a period of 3months and can be extended at any Immigration Office in Suva, or Lautoka. A permanent resident shall carry its identity cards with them at all times as Fiji customs require such thing for identification. Failure to show a "Permanent Residence Card" will have the traveller removed and isolated for questionning. The American Embassy is always noted on such matter as Fiji dont have a Canadian Embassy.
If an American citizen lives in Canada and holds a Canadian Permanent Resident Card can he still re-enter the United States on their U.S. Passport or only on their Canadian residency card?
This person is still an American citizen and should have no problem re-entering the states if he wishes. I would of course suggest checking with someone from U.S immigration s…ervices first
YES US Visa is required.
You are a US permanent resident or green card holder and Canadian Passport holder going on a cruise to Belize Cozamel Roatan Grand Cayman Are these two documents enough to enter exit?
If you are a Canadian citizen, then a Canadian Passport would be fine for travelling to these places via cruise ship.
No, you're good. Guam is a US territory, so you can go there without a visa.
Yes but you would have to pass the physical and other tests.
Outside Canada \n. Foreign government authorities may require the production of a PR Card in some circumstances: \n . Canadian permanent residents require a PR Card, unless… the person's \npassport in itself is sufficient for exemption. A Canadian PR Card \nholder, in general may travel visa-free to the following countries: Aruba , the Bahamas , Bermuda , Cayman Islands , Costa Rica ,the Dominican Republic , El Salvador , Honduras , Jamaica , Mexico , Nicaragua , South Korea and the Turks & Caicos Islands . \n. A PR Card is the easiest way for any Canadian permanent resident \napplying to any foreign government for a tourist visa to prove his or \nher status in Canada. Provided, that the individual fulfills certain \nconditions, it is usually easier for a Canadian PR card holder to get a \ntourist visa to most countries, where the individual's original \npassport/country of citizenship may not provide direct visa free entry \nand/or may require strict visa entry criteria to a designated country.
If you are using the term "Canadian Permanent Residency" to mean that you hold a Canadian passport, you will be required to buy an entry permit on the Turkish border for €15… or the equivalent. This entry permit will grant you permission to live in the country for 90 days, but you will not be permitted to work. If you are not a Canadian Passport holder, you may need to re-submit the question asking about the particular nation's passport you hold. Canadian residency does not affect the Turkish Immigration requirements.
It all depends in which State or Province you officially reside. In order to get an Enhanced Driver's Licence, you must be permanently residing in one of the Canadian Province…s which offer the program and hold a valid Driver's licence of that Province. To summarize, if you live in the US and have no residence in Canada: You cannot have a Canadian Enhanced Licence.
that depends on what´s your home nationality. But commonly visa not required for a stay of 90 days for holders of a resident card/permit or a re-entry permit issued by Cana…da, traveling as tourists to Dominican Republic.