As part of recent changes to Canada eTA program, U.S. green card holders or lawful permanent resident of the
United States (U.S.), no longer need Canada eTA.
Documents you'll need when you travel
At check-in, you'll need to show airline staff proof of your valid status as a permanent resident of the U.S.
All methods of travel
When you arrive in Canada, a border services officer will ask to see your passport and proof of your valid status as
a permanent resident of the U.S. or other documents.
When you travel, make sure to bring
- a valid passport from your country of nationality
- proof of your status as a permanent resident of the U.S., such as a valid green card (officially known as a permanent resident card)