Your Questions About Visiting Canada Green Card

Ruth asks…

Green Card holder visiting Canada..what papers do i need to show at the airport?

please help i need smth else other than my green card..i dont have a US passport

Diana answers:

No, you do NOT need a passport from your own country to travel to Mexico or Canada from the U.S. If you are a green card holder. See site below and scroll down the the section on U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents. All you need is your green card.
Sandy asks…

Can a Taiwanese person, who has an American green card, visit Canada without a visa?

They are from taiwan, but married to an american, but want to visit friends in Canada, do they need to apply for a visa?

Diana answers:

As a Permanent resident of the United States you do not require a visa to visit Canada.Your nationality is considered irrelevant
“Visitor Visa Exemptions
Many people do not require a visa to visit Canada. These include:
persons lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence who are in possession of their alien registration card (Green card) or can provide other evidence of permanent residence;
Linda asks…

can a Canadian citizen living in the US with an expired green card visit Canada and return to US?

I am married to a US citizen and have applied for a citizenship, but need to go back to Canada for a wedding and the citizenship process takes a year.

Diana answers:

If that new border law hasnt started yet. YEs you can but if they started the law where you need your passport to come and go. You’re screwed.
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