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The official rule for dairy products (which whey protein is) is that you can bring 20kg, valued at $20 or less, and of course you must declare it. I wasn't able to discover what happens if you bring something valued at over $20, though my strong suspicion is that you may have to pay a duty and/or taxes on it. In practice what may happen is that the customs ...


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Well, there is always the possibility. But taking into account the fact this felony was from 15 years ago, I think you should be fine. If your record has been clean ever since and that felony is your one and only on your criminal record I would say you will be fine. However, if your criminal record has multiple felonies and offences and anyone of them were ...


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Probably more down to the terms and conditions of the tickets rather than any security/passport issues. In the UK, if I fly British Airways (domestic or international), I may show passport/ID at the desk (if I haven't checked in via the web and already have boarding pass etc), I've never been asked after that. If I travel on any of the UK budget airlines, ...


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have revived a calls and emails from this company but before to proceed the payment have contacted the Canadian embassy , if you want to apply for any kind of visa immigrant or so you need to visit the official website of the embassy , so make sure that you are eligible before to proceed any payment or fees . just watch out your credit cards and be careful ...


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You don't need a visa to enter Canada (reference) and the US will grant you entry for 90 days following their VWP (reference). Just make sure your passport is valid beyond those dates and you should be fine.


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Going to Canada from a short trip while visiting the USA is no problem. Your USA visa won't help you get entry into Canada. You may require a Canada visa. Polish citizens with biometric passports don't need a visa, but ones with non-biometric passports do. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp?country=poland1 and ...


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This has been answered before, but the answer is Yes, the requirements for transit are the same as for entering the U.S. So you would need a visa unless you are the national of a Visa Waiver country.


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(Qualifier: I am a Canadian citizen and Japanese permanent resident) Japan does not have a non-working resident visa. All the working visa types require sponsorship from a Japanese company or a formal relationship with a resident. You are correct in that the long-term stay visa doesn't match your needs - that one is mainly for people who came here on a 1 or ...


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According to the US Department of State, Bureau of Counsular Affairs, Trips to Canada, Mexico, or nearby Islands If you are admitted to the United States under the VWP, you may take a short trip to Canada, Mexico, or a nearby island and generally be readmitted to the United States under the VWP for the remainder of the original 90 days granted upon ...


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To enter into Canada you need http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/security-securite/admiss-eng.html If you are a citizen of the United States, you do not need a passport to enter Canada. However, you should carry proof of your citizenship, such as a birth certificate, certificate of citizenship or naturalization, as well as photo identification. (this ...



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