Answer: Passport card is only good for land and sea travels between the US, Mexico, Canada, and the Caribbean. Other parts of the world and when traveling to the mentioned places by air, always a passport book.
Answer: If you are lawfully a resident of Canada, and if you qualify financially, you are entitled to receive social assistance. If you were born in Canada, in all probability you are a Canadian citizen, and therefore lawfully a resident of Canada.
Answer: If you are a US resident and citizen, you will need a passport to fly to Canada. You will not need one if you are planning to drive from the US to the port in Canada.Until later in fall 2008, you also do not need a passport to travel by ship to Canada -- but you will need a certified copy of your birth certificate and a government-issued photo ID.
Implementation of the regulations requiring passports for travel by land and ship to all countries, including Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, were postponed and a new date has not been established. It is expected the new implementation date will be in the fall, 2008.
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Answer: Since 2009 all Mexican citizen are require to have a tourist visa to enter Canada. You should check with the Canada embassy in Mexico city for more information. Mexican citizens residing in the US can enter Canada by showing their Permanent Residence Card ( Green Card).
Answer: Yes, it is ok. But to avoid possible questioning at the airports, apply for a British passport for her and, if you are Irish too, also get an Irish passport for yourself. When you go abroad, take both with you, but for departure from other countries, use the one passport you used to enter them.