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British person traveling across the border from Canada to America

Got a question about Travelling in North America? Type your question here... I'm British and going on holiday to Canada to visit family this summer. Can I travel across the border to America and then return back to Canada without a Visa or any other problems?

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If you possess: A current British passport that is machine readable, then you are eligible to go to the US under the visa waiver program. When you get to customs, just say visa waiver, and you will have to pay a small fee in cash and in US dollars, and then you will be allowed to enter USA. You will be allowed to stay in USA for 90 days, and it shouldnt be a problem getting into Canada afterwards. You shouldnt enter the USA with a criminal record either, dont even attempt it. Sincerely: www.globallinktravelservices.com

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