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I am not a lawyer, but from looking at the instructions to travelers by the Canadian Government, as well as from my personal experience, it seems that the following should work: You are allowed to bring items with you for your personal use when you enter Canada from the outside. This includes, for example, a laptop, or jewelry. Thus, you should not even ...


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You have a number of choices: Take the TTC. For example, subway to Kipling (west end of line 2, transfer from line 1 at St George), then "rocket" bus line 192 to the airport. It will cost you $3.00. You may not enjoy dealing with your luggage and you may have to change a bit, eg streetcar to subway, change subway at Yonge/Bloor, then subway to bus. Take ...


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Lots of complaints about this private company. Charges for no work. At least one person lodged a complaint with the Better Business Bureau and received a full refund. http://www.bbb.org/kitchener/business-reviews/immigration-and-naturalization-consultants/canadian-visa-expert-in-richmond-hill-on-1297897/complaints


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Unfortunately there is no pass at the moment. RoutPass disappeared after 2012. Since it was offered several bus companies in the network were taken over by multi-national transportation companies, services have since been, and continue to be, restructured and moved between operators especially in Quebec and the Maratimes. At Busbud we're building a search ...


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According to the U.S. Department of State's information on visiting Canada, the only restriction on passport expiration for visiting Canada is that the passport must be valid at the time of entry. That page also lists the contact information for the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa. It might not be a bad idea to either shoot them an e-mail or give them a call just to ...


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All that matters to the US is that you leave before your 90 days has expired, with the caveat that going to Canada and returning is not considered "leaving". For example, if you are in the US for 80 days and then Canada for 7 days, then you have a remaining 3 days (80 + 7 + 3 = 90) to depart the US. Note that you may depart the US by going to Canada and ...


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I'm guessing that they are scammers. I once contacted them, and a couple of interesting things showed up 1) I contacted them on a Sunday. They replied 2 hours later. Wow, these guys work on Sunday? 2) I gave them a description of my job; occupation in my industry requires two postgraduate degrees. Five minutes later, they asked if I have a high school ...



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