Only thing I would add is that for the detroit crossing coming back
into the US it seems that "library conference" as your reason is an
automatic trunk search as it has happened both times I've mentioned
On Thu, Jan 21, 2010 at 3:28 PM, John Fereira <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> David Fiander wrote:
>> I'm not sure, but everybody entering the US is required to present a
>> passport or other "enhanced" ID, so if the Americans don't have
>> passports, it's more that they can't go home without.
> It's good that this is being discussed now. It would be a shame to have
> someone not be able to attend because they didn't have adequate documents.
> There *are* immigration sites for both the U.S. and Canada that can provide
> up to date information regarding required documents. I was suggest using
> those sites rather than speculate about what might be required based on
> responses in this thread. That said, I probably should check my passport to
> see when it expires. In addition to the likely trip to Montpellier, there
> is a fairly high chance that'll be going to Tanzania on business as well.
> I have taken the 1000 Island Bridge (incredibly scenic for those that
> haven't done it) and have also taken the Wolf Island Ferries. I've probably
> traveled to/from Canada 6-7 times and got more scrutiny at the Wolf Island
> crossing than any other spot.
> Ride sharing is a good idea. With enough people coming from some areas
> renting a van might even be a viable option.
> John Fereira
> Cornell University
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