ID Requirements as of 01 June, 2009 Acceptable ID for US and Cdn citizens boarding a ferry is either: 1) a Birth Certificate plus Government issued Photo ID 2) a current Passport 3) a Naturalization Certificate plus Government issued Photo ID 4) or a Citizenship Certificate plus Government issued Photo ID Passports arenowrequiredfor everyone travelling between Canada & the United States by either road, sea or air
Non-United States and non-Canadian born citizens may be required to provide visas depending on their citizenship A quick check with your consulate office will enable you to ensure you have the correct paperwork & do not incur border crossing problems
Felony Charges Canada regards a DUI (Driving Under the Influence) conviction as a felony Persons convicted of a felony may be denied entry into Canada.
ID Requirements for Travelling with Minors Parents/Grandparents/Relatives & Friends traveling with children under 18 yrs or with infants are required to provide identification & proof of citizenship for each child. Passports re not required for children under 18yrs
If both parents are not present at the time of travel, the traveling parent/grandparent/relative or friend must provide a signed statement from the non travelling parent/parents allowing the child to travel out of the country. Failure to provide such evidence may result in being turned back at the border