Customs and Immigration

Immigration regulations require that each person be inspected when crossing the border between the United States and Canada. Specific forms of identification are required at all land border crossings. At present, recommended forms of ID are a passport, passport card, enhanced driver’s license or NEXUS frequent-traveler card.

Regulations regarding exemptions and restrictions for belongings or merchandise brought into across the international border exist. There are certain variable restrictions for taking alcohol, tobacco products, certain foods, etc. across the border.  Please be prepared to declare all belongings and show receipts for purchases when reporting to border agents for entry.

Immigration and customs requirements are subject to change without notice. We recommend you obtain and review current literature published by Canadian and U.S. Border Protection Agencies prior to your visit.

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  • For current and comprehensive Customs & Immigration information, contact the following agencies directly:

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection

    315-482-2261 (Alexandria Bay, NY office)
    www.cbp.gov (See the “Travel” section.)

    Canada Border Services Agency

    613-659-2301 (Port of Lansdowne, ON office)
    www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca

    Click here for information regarding the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI).