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ID Requirements

When traveling between Canada and the United States by water, you must present one of the following valid documents as part of the U.S. Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) requirements.

Please Note: Filling out ArriveCAN is still required to enter Canada. It must be filled out within 72 hours before entering Canada and prior to arriving at our Port Angeles terminal. More details can be found on our COVID-19 Requirements page.

For U.S. and Canadian Citizens

- Valid Passport

- U.S. Passport Card

- Trusted traveler card (NEXUS)

- Enhanced Driver's License from one of the following provinces/states: British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Vermont or Washington State
*Please note: "REAL ID's" (issued by some states to comply with FAA and domestic federal requirements) are not a valid travel document for an international border crossing. 

- Enhanced identification card (for example: enhanced Tribal cards, if available) 

- U.S. Permanent Resident Card (Green Card)

- U.S. Military Identification with military travel orders 

- U.S. Merchant Mariner Document with official maritime business 

All U.S. & Canadian citizens aged 15 and under only need proof of their citizenship with an original or photocopy of a birth certificate or citizenship card.

Groups of U.S. and Canadian citizen children ages 18 and under, when traveling with a school or religious group, social organization, or sports team, will be able to enter under adult supervision with originals or copies of their birth certificates or other proof of citizenship.

For Non U.S. or Non Canadian Citizens

- Valid Passport

Entry into the U.S.:
A Visa may be required. For entry into the U.S., citizens of 37 countries (most of the European Union and several Asian nations) which participate in the U.S. Visa Waiver program are eligible to visit without a visa on trips of 90 days or less.

Click here for more information

Entry into Canada:
A visa may be required to enter Canada for citizens of some countries.

Click here for more information

For more information on border crossing requirements: 

U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Canada Border Services Agency

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