To enter the United States, a Canadian citizen must be able to establish both identity and citizenship. Documents that
may establish citizenship are: birth certificate, citizenship certificate, and passport. Under current procedures, all travelers
may be required to present photo-identification.
A Canadian citizen arriving from outside the Western Hemisphere is required to present a passport.
Canadian citizens classified as Treaty Trader, Treaty Investor, or FiancÚ(e) require a visa. Updated: 2003-03-27