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Hi, is there anyone here with Permanent resident card that already cross the boarder to canada?

I am planning to attend my cousin's wedding and I want to know if I still need to get visa.

what are the requirements that I need to show?

Thanks and have a great day!!

Rose

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i dont think u need the visa for canada if u have a green card, u just need to show the state id and green card and maybe a passport, this is my opinion but more people will suggest u better, good luck, abby n sheryl

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Hi dora2X.

This may help, got it from the Canadian Embassy website in Buffalo, NY (Visit: http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca/buffa...=eng#CITIZENS):

For permanent residents, acceptable documents to prove this status would include:

  • Valid Green Card
  • Valid I-551 endorsement in their passport

It is also advisable to bring a valid picture ID, such as a Driver's Licence.

Hope this helps.

Hi, is there anyone here with Permanent resident card that already cross the boarder to canada?

I am planning to attend my cousin's wedding and I want to know if I still need to get visa.

what are the requirements that I need to show?

Thanks and have a great day!!

Rose

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Just take you Passport and GC and you can travel to just bout anywhere in the world

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Hi, is there anyone here with Permanent resident card that already cross the boarder to canada?

I am planning to attend my cousin's wedding and I want to know if I still need to get visa.

what are the requirements that I need to show?

Thanks and have a great day!!

Rose

I went to canada last july , showed them my passport and greencard and I was okay. :thumbs:

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