Follow the link below to the Canadian government site concerning this question and scroll to the bottom where there are three buttons that address crossings by air (plane), land (car) or water (boat). Suffice to say, having a passport is a great convenience and satisfies the requirements of all three.
Concerning air: as of January 2007, a passport has become required for entry Concerning land: Photo ID plus a birth certificate (under 18 need only present a birth certificate) is currently still an option, but a passport will become required as of June 1, 2009. Concerning water: same requirements and future as land travel. Please follow the link for a more thorough treatment on rules, regulations and exceptions.
Canadians do not require a visa to visit the United States of America. A passport is required for entry and must be valid for the duration of the stay.
Yes, they definitely need a passport to legally enter the United States.
yes, ALL individuals need a passport to enter the United States.
You can enter the US without it only if you have other proof of your citizenship and identity. If not, you need your passport.
Yes. Canadians must present a passport to visit the United Kingdom, which must be valid for at least the expected duration of their stay in that country. This requirement may also apply when travelling to Northern Ireland from other parts of the United Kingdom, and vice versa.
Effective Jun.01.2009, ANYONE who wishes to leave or enter the United States, regardless of their citizenship and their means of transportation, requires a valid passport.
Yes you do, in order for you to enter back in the country.
It depends on where you're from. Since New Mexico is one of the 50 United States, people who need a passport to enter it are people who are NOT Americans.
Canadians traveling to the nation of Cuba are required to have a passport to enter the island nation. Also, the passport must have at least one year of validity remaining.
No you need a passport to re-enter the United States.
Yes, Canadians need a passport to travel anywhere outside of Canada
As of April 30, 2012 the Dominican Republic requires that all Canadians must present a passport on arrival, no passport no entry. The Canadian Government Foreign Affairs and International Trade website spells this out quite clearly, check it out if you have any doubts. As of 2010 Canadians require a passport to enter Mexico. Canadians also must have a passport to enter Commonwealth countries such as Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In fact you won't even be permitted to board a flight to Australia, New Zealand or the UK without a valid passport.
No. Puerto Rico is part of the United States so you don't need a passport if you are traveling from the United States to Puerto Rico. If you are traveling from some other country then you would need a passport to enter Puerto Rico.
As of 23 January 2007, all Canadians entering the U.S. require passports.
You need a passport to go to the United States from Canada.
No, you do not need a passport to enter or exit Puerto Rico if you are a citizen of the United States. Puerto Rico is a territory of the USA.
no they can not enter united states. they must be a canadian citizen or an immigrant holding a passport
Yes, you definitely need a passport to go to Honduras on a cruise ship. More particularly, you will need a passport to re-enter the United States.
You should check this with the American Embassy. If someone on this site gives you an incorrect answer, you could have a big problem.
yes because you live there but you need it to go to Canada
Peurto Rico is in possession of the United States, but we still need a passport to enter the country.
Yes, if you are from the United States, you will need a passport to enter/leave Punta Cana.
yes they do, every one needs one.
Yes it is, this came into affect I think a couple of years ago.
Yes, you now need a passport to enter the United States from the Mexican border in Tijuana. This is due to a new National Security Act that says all Americans must carry a passport when going to Canada, Mexico, or the Bahamas.