What you need to know before visiting Canada?

by Lionel Siduna Liose|19 Nov 2020|Government|Immigration|424 views
You Must Have a Passport
All U.S. citizens arriving in Canada must have a valid passport or passport equivalent, such as a passport card or NEXUS card. Gone are the days of casual cross-border visits with only a driver's license; those disappeared after 9/11.

Considering this, what do I need to bring to Canada?

Proof of Citizenship and Identity. Canadian law requires that all visitors 18 and over to carry two forms of identification: proof of citizenship and proof of identity. A United States passport, passport card, or NEXUS card meets either requirement.

Subsequently, question is, what do I need to know before going to Toronto?

Culture Shock | 9 Things You Need to Know Before Visiting Toronto
  • They have their own currency.
  • You can't just get free health care.
  • It's more expensive than you think it is.
  • Take the subway.
  • Tip like you have money.
  • Niagara Falls is worth it.

What do I need to know before going to Vancouver?

Top 10 Vancouver Travel Tips
  • Don't worry about the rain.
  • Don't rent a car.
  • Look to stay around Burrard and Robson.
  • Know that you're safe everywhere but your stuff isn't.
  • Know that we're Vanc-Uber-less Not anymore!
  • Don't just say “Thank you”
  • Go to a dining district.
  • Just wear something.

What to do when you first arrive in Canada?

  1. Apply for your SIN Card. Apply for your Social Insurance Number (SIN) as soon as you arrive in Canada.
  2. Apply for your Health Care Card.
  3. Find accommodation.
  4. Get help from settlement services.
  5. Set up a Bank Account.
  6. Enroll Your Children in School.

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