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Logically speaking they have to allow last minute form submissions because someone living in Blaine or Point Roberts could literally be less than 1 minute away from the Canadian border. So you should be fine doing it at the very last second though keep in mind that there’s barely any cars waiting in line to cross into Canada meaning that you won’t have ...


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Yes Having made the trip I can report on my experiences. I was asked for my ArriveCAN and PCR test result on several locations including the departing airport check-in counter and various checks before and after boarding, but I was asked once for the proof of vaccination, at a special transit Corona check site on Toronto airport. The attendant accepted my ...


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I don't know about in the line itself. I forgot to fill the forms out until I saw a highway sign in upstate NY reminding me to do it. Filled out/uploaded the ArriveCAN forms while sitting in a Tim Horton's in Lewiston, NY (in order to use wi-fi and A/C power) within <30 minutes of arriving at the Queenston-Lewiston border crossing. Everything turned out ...


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In version 1.7 of the CovPass app released on Aug 31, 2021 the functionality Create EU printout was added to the app. This function will generate a PDF file on the phone that is identical to the original printout. This PDF can be saved on the phone or provided to other apps directly.


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Canadian (or US) border agents do not usually check your driver's licence (unless you are travelling on an EDL as an American/Canadian citizen). However, driving on an expired licence may be illegal in the U.S. for you. Police checks can happen independently to immigration and customs checks, and your insurance coverage may be invalidated. In Canada, if you ...


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In many cases, land crossings see a lot of back-and-forth cross border traffic, including a lot of people working or running errands across the border and crossing the border very often (sometimes multiple times a day). Cross-border commuters, really. Known in French as “frontaliers”. This is especially true in border regions in Europe, but I suppose that ...


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The Canadian government websites are not very clear on this point. For example this national website is written entirely in terms of one traveller and makes no mention of a family unit: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/travel-voyage/ttd-vdd-eng.html But this one for Ontario (which I would expect follows the same rules as the rest of Canada) says it's $10,000 per ...


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You have two separate concerns: Immigration. Canada will want to see a valid passport and Canadian visa. They don't care about your driving license. Likewise the US wants to see you're eligible for re-entry on the way back, which in turn depends on your current I-94 status and other documents, but not the driving license. If you want an answer related to ...


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