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How can a U.S. Citizen visit Canada from NYC in 2012?

The friendly relationship between the United States and Canada means that citizens of either country are often traveling across the border to visit, vacation or go shopping. In order to enter Canada, United States citizens need only show a valid passport and then they are often sent on their way into Canada. However, this is […]

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How to Apply for a Temporary Resident Permit for Canada

  What is a temporary resident permit? A temporary resident permit is also called a visitor visa for Canada. It may also be referred to as a temporary resident visa, a temporary visa, a TRP or a TRV. You can obtain a single-entry temporary resident permit or a multiple entry temporary resident permit depending on […]

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I Want to Visit Canada But I Have A Criminal Record

Entering Canada With a US Criminal Record Are you aware that a criminal record of any kind could actually result in your being turned away at the Canadian border or port of entry – even if you’re a United States Citizen? Something like a DUI charge or a small drug possession charge (like a pot […]

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I Have a Criminal Record, Will I Be Approved For a Canadian Visa?

Many people are denied Canadian visas or denied entry to Canada because they have criminal records. Their criminal records could be due to something seemingly small or insignificant, as well as stemming from a crime committed decades ago. If you have such a criminal record, you can be considered criminally inadmissible to Canada and be […]

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