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I think you got it backwards. On the US-to-India trip, you will need to pass through Canadian immigration when you transit Canada; on the other hand, on the India-to-US trip, you will not need to pass through Canadian immigration (you directly go through US immigration preclearance in Canada). So you would be more likely to run into problems not having a ...
I called the immigration for Canada. I asked them whether I need a transit visa if I am not changing terminal. They answered I needed the transit or visitor visa no matter what.
A transit visa is required if you are connecting in Canada to an international destination from the US, unless you're eligible for a visa waiver. Indian citizens are not. Are you a permanent resident of the US (a green card holder)? If so, you may apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) from the Government of Canada, which is approved in several ...
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