Crossing the US/Canadian Border is usually a smooth process. Expect it to take 10-30 minutes, and longer during high traffic volume periods. An occasional full-vehicle search may occur.
Remember to bring proper identification for everyone traveling in your group when crossing the US/Canadian border. DownloadÂ our US/Canada Border information below for more border crossing information and details.
Border Wait Times & Cameras: http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/traffic/border/sumas.htm
Passports are REQUIRED
ADULTS (16 and older) ARE EXPECTED TO HAVE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
CHILDREN* (15 and younger) ARE EXPECTED TO HAVE ONE OF THESE:
*If children are not traveling with both parents, a writtten statement is required from the parent/guardian stating travel is authorized.
Non-Americans going to Canada are required to have a passport and/or visa.
Legal Permanent US Residents must carry a Green Card.
Alaska-Bound Travelers must show proof of sufficient funds for travel in Canada. Call ahead if transporting household effects or tools of the trade.
Dogs and Cats must have certificates issued by a licensed veterinarian identifying each animal and certifying that each has been vaccinated against rabies during the preceding 36 month period. Puppies under 3 months cannot cross the border. They must be 4 months old and have had their rabies shots at least 30 days prior to crossing. Â Pet food restrictions vary depending on current restrictions. Recommend only bringing small amounts in original package.Â The number for the CDC ( Center for Disease control) is : 800-232-4636.