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    Does an LPR need a visa to enter Canada:
    1) From US?
    2) From Other parts of the world?

    Your response will be appreciated.

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    Does an LPR need a visa to enter Canada:
    1) From US?
    2) From Other parts of the world?

    Your response will be appreciated.

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    • #3
      Probabably not, but it depends on the individual and the purpose of the entry

      See Canadian Consulate web site.

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      • #4
        Nope, no visa required, but Canada is changing this, in 2008, all USC's and LPR's will be required to have a passport to enter Canada.

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        • #5
          I called the Canadian Embassy and check their official web page.

          If you are a greencard holder aka permanent resident of the United States,you do not need a visa.But you need to have your greencard present to proof you are a legal permanent resident of the U.S.

          As of 2007,any US Citizen and Resident have to have a passport to enter canada if they fly into canada.By car,a valid I.D.,even though a passport is the most accepted travel ID traveling into a country.

          But in 2008,everyone will have to have a passport to enter canada,by car or plane!!!
          Also vice versa.

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