Border information for international travel
From: Canada Border Services Agency
Everyone wants their border crossing to go smoothly with few delays. The best way to make sure this happens is to know what to expect and be prepared.
Whether you're returning home or visiting, Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) wants to help you plan your trip across the border with some useful tools.
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COVID-19 Emergency border measures have ended
Use ArriveCAN to submit your customs and immigration declaration before flying into Canada.
Claim refugee protection, sponsor a refugee, find services for refugees in Canada and appeal a refugee claim.
Learn about programs to make border crossings faster and easier for travellers, private and commercial operators.
Get an estimate of the duties and taxes on imported goods.
Border wait times, reporting requirements, tips to improve your experience crossing the border.
Prepare your children before they travel. What we are doing to find missing children.
Border services and requirements for visitors, legal guardians, travellers with a disability, pet owners.
Types of goods you can bring to Canada and personal exemptions.
For people who will be settling in Canada or former residents moving back.
Prohibited and restricted weapons, cannabis and cannabis products, animals and food, vehicles, boats, duties and more.
When CBSA officers decide to examine your device at the border. Know your rights.
Verify your identity and make an on-screen declaration at Canada's major international airports.
Certain air, marine and land borders are temporarily closed.
Select ports of entry may process these requests if you meet the criteria.
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