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Hello. I'm traveling from Minot to vancouver, canada for the first time and need some informations. If anyone can help me, greatly appreciated. 1) document: I was immigrant and got naturalized in NY. Do I need to carry the naturalization certificate? if so, is copy ok? 2)passport: I got it when I was in Minot and it says Minot under "authority" section. Does it matter since I'm traveling from CA? do i need to change passport? 3)credit card and debit card: I found out that I can use my ATM card from chase and discover. But, I'm wondering, do I save any money if I change my US dollar to canadian currency and use canadian currency as opposed to just using my ATM card in canada? Or, it makes no difference? Thanks.
Do you have a USA passport. The answer is YES or NO not where you applied for it. A USA passport is good for the ENTIRE country of the USA California is still part of the USA. There are bank fees when use a machine. Usually a fee for each transaction. You will need to check with your Bank which banks they deal with in Canada for the lowest bank fees. Using the machine gives you Canadian cash. Use machines that are the banks. Private mahines have EXTRA fees. There are two major systems look on the back of your card. Cirrus and PLUS are the two main systems in Canada. The machines are clearly marked what system they are part of. You can use a Regular Credit Card. Discover is not big in Canada. Master Card and Visa are better for this. Your ATM card will not always work at the stores in Canada to pay for your things. Just use the credit card . You can transfer your money at a bank machine to give you credit on your card. Use larger transactions at the machines. The fees are for each time you use the card. Use cash for your small items. You save the most when you do the fewest amount of exchanges(transactions) Enjoy your visit to Vancouver. Having a small amount of Canadian cash when you arrive helps for the little things like riding the train from the Airport to your Hotel. Or getting a coffee in the Food Court.(Smaller bills. $100 bills are not always taken for a SMALL purchase. There are bank machines in the Vancouver Airport operated by SOME of the Major banks. The rate is the same at ALL of the BANKS machines.(Airport or in the City) You can get address on line from the bank web sites. There are many in the city centre of Vancouver.
1) - you don't need to carry naturalization papers 2) - the passport is valid from anywhere in the US 3) - credit card companies charge you for converting currency. You'd be better off to convert it at your bank and bring Canadian money, or bank drafts in Canadian currency.
U need a american passport and Canadian money would be best to use in Vancouver.