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September 26th, 2002


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02:29 pm - International Spy or Fool
Hmm. Last time I went to Canada, I ran into trouble because my passport and birth certificate (my proofs of citizenship) are in Vermont. This is because, previously when I had my passport in Pittsburgh, for a trip to Costa Rica... I left it in Pittsburgh. I had to scramble in Boston to get a new passport made in a day.

Last time I went to Canada, I ran into trouble because my passport and birth certificate (my proofs of citizenship) are in Vermont. I'm driving to Canada tomorrow. Guess where my proofs of citizenship are?

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From:effjay
Date:September 26th, 2002 12:37 pm (UTC)
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Hmm. You didn't used to need a passport to go to Canada.

Have things changed?
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From:leko
Date:September 26th, 2002 12:51 pm (UTC)
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people flew planes into buildings. boarder security tightened.
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From:daemonv
Date:September 26th, 2002 12:51 pm (UTC)

Now more than ever

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From:effjay
Date:September 26th, 2002 01:02 pm (UTC)

Re: Now more than ever

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Interesting. Even Karmen didn't know that.
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From:crl
Date:September 27th, 2002 05:17 am (UTC)
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Having ventured to the land up north recently, I would say you don't need your passport. However proofs of citizenship & birth. A mini-birth certificate with the state seal/notarized is all you would need generally if you don't have a passport.
Oddly I never am suspected of anything while running into Canadia. They'll let anyone in, it's the leaving that becomes a hassle.

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