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UK Residents visiting USA Via Canada land crossing point

Old Jan 23rd 2012, 12:54 pm
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Hi; just wondering if anybody has experienced this scenario. We are UK Citizens visiting Canada and will be crossing into the USA with Canadian relatives by land.
What will we need to do / have ?
An 'ESTA' and then also pay for an 'I-84' at the 'Barrier' Or just one or the other??.
We've just completed the new 'APIS' info for the flight to Toronto, so the Plane is 'Allowed' near USA Airspace!
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No ESTA required for land border crossings just the I-94 form $6 and fingerprints and photograph.
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Originally Posted by Former Lancastrian
No ESTA required for land border crossings just the I-94 form $6 and fingerprints and photograph.
Thank You for the quick reply! I-94 it is then,,
"I-84" Must've got some road or something in my head!!
Thought that was the case, just got a bit pre-trip double-check thing on the go!
Thanks again.
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Originally Posted by Jonka
Thank You for the quick reply! I-94 it is then,,
"I-84" Must've got some road or something in my head!!
Thought that was the case, just got a bit pre-trip double-check thing on the go!
Thanks again.
Both I-84 and I-94 are US interstate highways but ones on the west coast Oregon to Utah and the other runs from Montana to Michigan
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