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    My wife is a US citizen but I'm a US Permanent Resident (Green Card Holder).
    We're going to Canada next month, so what documents we need to bring to enter Canada and to go back to US?
    I was thinking this,
    for my wife: US passport & US Driving License
    for myself: US Green Card & US Driving License.
    Is this enough?
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    Hello there! Correct me if i'm wrong but I think your wife can visit Canada with just her passport and maybe an identification card. As a green card holder, you must also hold a valid passport from your country of citizenship in order to have the green card be valid.

    Depending on the country that issued your passport, you MAY need a visa to enter Canada. (Note that this is independent of what country you actually enter from.)

    Check the link if they require you to have a visa. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp
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    All borders can answer your question; you don't say where you plan to cross at. Be wary of Sarnia, Ontario! If you plan to carry anything back and forth, a gun, canoe or even homemade preserves get receipts, or have the border guard note it to prove you owned them when you left the US. That works both ways, the guards are trained to watch for big ticket items that require duty.

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    hey u have added great point in the post thanks for sharing the post..

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