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Land crossing from USA - short trip

Land crossing from USA - short trip

Old Jan 22nd 2004, 5:33 am
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S George
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HI,

Anyone (non US or Canadian) crossed by land to Canada and back since
the new regulations in January? Am wondering whether to take a risk by
Greyhound to go to Canada and back for weekend visit, or pay the extra
and fly. Any experiences to share?
 
Old Jan 22nd 2004, 3:47 pm
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in a recent article, S George ([email protected]) said:

    > Anyone (non US or Canadian) crossed by land to Canada and back since
    > the new regulations in January? Am wondering whether to take a risk by
    > Greyhound to go to Canada and back for weekend visit, or pay the extra
    > and fly.

If you're referring to your need for the PR card, Greyhound is still a
commercial carrier (bus) and therefore you would still be required to
present your PR card for carriage into Canada.

If you're not a Canadian PR, you don't have to worry about anything
unless you require a visa before visiting Canada. I am presuming though,
you're American, in which case you'll be A-OK.

Hope that answered your question, but unfortunately it was a little
vague.

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