AMA Travel strongly recommends that Canadian Citizens planning to travel obtain a Canadian Passport, well in advance of your travel date, as this is the most widely accepted form of ID when travelling.
New Identity Screening Regulations are required for all passengers planning to travel on Canadian domestic flights, who appear to be 12 years of age or older, to present the following ID before boarding:
Canadian and American passengers flying into Mexico are required to show a valid passport. Please visit the Foreign Affairs and International Trade Website for further information.
All children and babies who travel need their own passport.
Before the child travels, make sure you know the requirements and precautions for travelling with children or for when a child is travelling alone. Extra documentation may be required, such as a birth certificate showing the names of the child's legal parent(s); any legal documents pertaining to custody; a death certificate if one of the parents is deceased; a status document from Citizenship and Immigration Canada; and/or a parental consent letter.
Inquire with AMA Travel about the country you plan to visit. Our knowledgeable consultants will advise you of any entry requirements.
Some countries require special documentation for entry. We highly recommend that you check the entry requirements for each country. Many countries also require that your passport be valid at least 6 months or longer beyond the final date of your trip. If your passport does not meet the validity date requirements, you will need to apply for a new one.
Inquire with AMA Travel about the country you plan to visit. Visa applications can be obtained while arranging your travel plans with AMA Travel. Our knowledgeable consultants will advise you of any entry requirements and help you to process your application.