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I got all of this from here How to Handle Four-Way Stops: The Dummies Guide The simplicity of the four-way stop can easily be shown in these few key concepts. A four-way stop is any intersection with a stop sign in each direction, a flashing red light in each direction, or a broken traffic light should be treated as a four-way stop normally would. ...


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You will need separate permission to enter Canada, regardless of whether you have a visa for the US. This Government of Canada page will tell you if you need a visa, and what kind, based on your nationality and purpose of visit. In general you will need a visitor visa for Canada if you required a visa for the US, but there are exceptions.


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No, it's not a scam. This company is very real, and if you ask an agent that calls you for proof, the agent will send you information about the company, and most important, you can ask for identification numbers of the Immigration consultants - which you can search up on the ICCRC website. It's very real, it's just that some people don't really listen to the ...


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Officially if entering the US via land border then you do not need an ESTA, however you are still able to use the Visa Waiver Program as you come from a country that is allowed under the Visa Waiver Program. At the border you will be required to fill in a I94W form, be photographed/finger-printed, and pay a US$6 fee. There have recently been reports that ...


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The work permit allows you to live and work in Canada, on a temporary basis. The requirements for such are on the Work Permit page online. Note the requirements are above and beyond having just the work permit - you need proof she is only visiting temporarily, for example. However, once you have a work permit, that works as a visa - you don't need an ...


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We did the drive from Victoria to Ucelet and back on the same day in May of 2014. Next time we'll stay the night. It was a beautiful drive. Remote. We stopped to take photos along the way. It rained off and on with snow occurring in the mountain tops. We stopped alongside the lake for photos and in the park to walk next to the trees. We found a decent place ...


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I know this might not be an answer exactly, but I can't leave a comment: We have taken US car seats to Canada (by car), Mexico and Europe (Denmark) for our kids. We have not have any questioning about them at the border, not even in Canada when the kids were in them. I have not have any one stop and check the seats there. In Denmark we used a private car ...


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As mentioned on several pages for Canadian Embassies for (Jamaica, and Turkey) the transit visa is Free so the cost is: 2 x nothing = nothing Transit Visa (for less than 48 hours in Canada) -- free The only thing I wasn't able to find is whether you will be able to get away with a single transit visa for both parts of the journey.


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In addition to the two major GSM carriers in the United States, AT&T and T-Mobile, you will find several mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs). These operators buy their network time from AT&T or T-Mobile, but have their own brand and customer support. Typically, you'll get more data for less money with these operators. Two such operators are ...


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There isn't anything special about your itinerary - travelling through Canada is the same as flying over water to other non-mainland US areas. For the US part of the question, see the related questions on the right (e.g. Can we get a new visa waiver in Canada, for Alaska, when our old one expires in the US?). To summarise, your VWP visa clock starts ticking ...


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I successfully hired a car from National in Florida in March 2014 when I had only had a UK driving license since September 2013 (6 months). No one at the rental desk questioned it, and I didn't have to pay any extra. I had emailed them to check before my trip and was told there was no minimum length of time that the license had to be held for. I also emailed ...


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U.S. permanent residents don't need a visa to visit Canada.


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According to the answer on another question about visiting Canada, the Government of Canada provides a short questionnaire that helps you figuring if you need a visa and how long you are allowed to stay. When filling the questionnaire with the information you provided, I could find that you are allowed to stay temporarily in Canada to visit without a visa. ...


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According to Find out if you need a visa, citizens of Uzbekistan normally need need a visa to visit Canada. However, I found a page on the Help Centre which says: As a U.S. Green Card holder, you do not need a temporary resident visa to travel to Canada. At the Canadian border, you will need to present your valid passport and Green Card.


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Whenever I had similar doubts, I always wrote a short email to the embassy of the country in question (Canada in your case) in my country. The embassy officers have been very helpful in most cases and answered promptly. Additionally I printed these emails and took them with me on my trip. While I don't think a piece of paper will be of any help in a ...


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The Canadian Government provides a questionnaire to determine which possibilities you have to visit Canada and if a visa is required. In addition to your citizenship, there are a few other issues which may be relevant to determine the requirements, e.g. country of residence, any relationship with Canadian citizens, age or any previous permanent residence in ...


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Canada has two programs for transiting without visa between the U.S. and third countries: Transit Without Visa (TWOV), applies to nationals of Indonesia, Thailand, Republic of China (Taiwan), and the Philippines. China Transit Program (CTP), applies to nationals of the People's Republic of China. For both programs, you need to have a valid U.S. visa, ...


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Here is a website that will lead you through the steps of discovering whether you need a visa to visit Canada, whether briefly in transit or for a more extended visit. You can enter your country of citizenship and all other information about your trip, and it will tell you if you need a visa, and what visa you need. Some general rules: If you don't need ...


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The answer is, it depends on many factors. For example, the Vancouver Airport has a page for Connecting through YVR where you select: your originating country your arrival airline your destination country your departure airline The web site will then give you detailed information about arrival procedures, time of day when certain services are ...


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ESTA's are currently not required for entry into the US via road, only by air. Upon entering via road you will be required to fill in an I-94W form, which is the equivalent of the ESTA for land entry (I-94W also used to be used for air, but were removed shortly after the ESTA process was introduced). If you leave by road you will return the I-94W form when ...


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Toronto is the most "typical" Canadian city. It's big (with over 15% of Canada's people), and broadly representative of the country. As an English-speaking American, I found Montreal to be interesting, because of the interaction between English and French. Of the three, it is most reminiscent of Switzerland, which judging from the question, is not the best ...


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From the Googles: 299 Supervisor - Line Mechanics 506 is not listed, but this claims it's "janitor".


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Can't say the same for all car rental companies in North America as there are 3 different countries with dozens of rental agencies but majors don't specify the length of time required for the license to be held as long as the age requirements and licensing class is satisfied: Avis Hertz (see Requirements to Rent) Budget



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