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Why not just book the entire trip from the Greyhound.ca/com site, including the border crossing itself? Doing this with the same company gives you a guarantee of through-transportation. They understand, and schedule around, the length of time it takes to enter the USA at the border; however if you were unfortunately detained for far longer than usual, ...
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You can check how long the delay is online at the Canadian Border Services Border Wait Times page. This page is updated once an hour. I see at the moment that "Detroit and Canada Tunnel" is listed as No delay which the page explains means less than 10 minutes for traffic into Canada. The US has an equivalent page for traffic into the USA which lists "Detroit ...
The Windsor Tunnel is highly efficient - as an American, it consisted of flashing my passport, and 30 second look, and a move on. My experiences both in Detroit and Buffalo (Niagara Falls) are such that if the stop is more than a 10 minute delay, there was something really strange going on that day. Road crossings with Canada are easy, low-key affairs. ...
You'll need a visa to transit Canada. See: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp?country=India Getting a transit visa is fairly simple. You can use this tool to apply. http://onlineservices-servicesenligne.cic.gc.ca/eapp/eapp.do
While I've seen a lot of posts that talk about a "B1 visa for Canada", B1 is not the name of any visa for Canada. B1 visas are for the US. If you visited Canada for business, (and assuming you are an Indian citizen) you should have got a Temporary Resident Visa (also called a Visitor Visa). As the link says "there is no separate application for business ...
These days security personnel are trained for it, and it's a lot more common. So common, in fact, that the Canadian government has an entire page on it: Travelling with a Medical Device Check with your doctor before flying to make sure it is safe for you to go through the metal detector at the security checkpoint. Always carry documents that ...
Sorry, but no. A birth certificate and photo ID are no longer accepted. This page lists the documents that will get you back into the US from Canada.
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