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Coming up the last week in august, are passports required yet to re-enter the U.S. from Canada? I think all our guys have one but not sure if we need to bring them.

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HI OK.,

GOING ACCROSS INTO CANADA, YOU ONLY NEED A DRIVERS LICENSE, AND IF ANYONE HAS EVER HAD A D.U.I., THEY WILL NOT GET IN TO CANADA. IF YOU HAVE KIDS ALONG, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THEIR BIRTH CERT. DO NOT WEAR SUNGLASSES, ACT SMART OR BE LIPPY & LOOK THE AGENT IN THE EYES WHEN YOU TALK TO THEM.

COMING BACK INTO THE U.S., YOU NEED YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE.

SINCERELY,

FISHMEISTER

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Thanks FM. I wasn't sure about the Birth certificate thing, I have one of my guys bringing his 15 year old son for the first time. The DUI, we learned about 4 years ago the hard way, one of our group had a dui in his 20's and even though he was now in his late 40's he got to go home on a bus. I have traveled abroad many years and learned a long time ago customs people ARE god. Looking forward to another great year on Rainy!

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Make sure your buddy has a note from the boys mom that it's ok that he's going to Canada. I'm serious about this. Minor children need to have a note if both parents aren't traveling with them.

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Got it covered. My wife is a notary and will be notarising a letter of consent for him to go.

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they have actually delayed the passport again. (unless your flying in it is not required for about another year) and who knows by then. You can actualy get in and out even flying commercial just a bit of a pain.

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