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You can visit Canada from the U.S. with your passport and stay for up to 180 days without a visa. If you’d like to stay longer, apply to extend your stay at least 30 days before your time limit expires. You can apply either online or in person for an extension, and you do not have to return to the United States to make the application.What are the restrictions for visiting Canada?
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency lists current restrictions on its website. Depending on the province, travelers 18 or 19 years of age may bring to Canada up to 1.14 liters of alcohol, or 1.5 liters of wine or 8.5 liters (24 cans/bottles) of beer.Are Americans allowed to travel to Canada?
All U.S. citizens can use a valid passport to enter Canada by land, sea or air. Canadian immigration prefers machine-readable passports. Passport cards – wallet-size travel documents – allow U.S. citizens to enter Canada and return to the United States only by land or sea.What are the requirements for travel to Canada?
Canadian law requires all persons entering Canada from the U.S. by car present proof of citizenship and identity. A passport fulfills both of these requirements for U.S. citizens. It is also possible for a U.S. citizen to use their Nexus card to fulfill both of these requirements.