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Old Dec 19th 2017, 5:49 pm   #1
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Default Trip of a lifetime - is it possible?

I'm planning the ultimate trip for 2018. 6 months in Canada, followed by 3 months in America.

As I"m a UK citizen, I'll be using a visa waiver and wonder if going to America directly after spending that long in Canada will be a problem. I know that I wouldn't be able to do America first because of visa restrictions, but am unsure of the reverse.

Will I likely get held up at the US immigration or turned away?
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Whichever way round you do it...it was covered in your thread last month.

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Whichever way round you do it...it was covered in your thread last month.

6 months Canada and 3 months USA - Visa question
Oh yes. I'm having one of those dumb moments. Wasn't sure if I had posted the question or if I'd dreamt it. Whoops.
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