klm672
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Going To Canada For WWE Under 18?

Wed Jan 22, 2003 5:15 am

Hi a few friends and I want to go to see "WWE No Way Out" in Montreal Feb 23. We are all under 18. We where wondering if we take a bus to the Bell Centre from Vt, USA if we will be aloud across the border, even if we have passports and all that. No parents.
 
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RE: Going To Canada For WWE Under 18?

Wed Jan 22, 2003 5:28 am

I think you should be ok, if you have your passports and tell them what your doing I bet you are ok
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RE: Going To Canada For WWE Under 18?

Wed Jan 22, 2003 5:47 am

You might need a signed letter of permission from both your parents with their contact information I believe.
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RE: Going To Canada For WWE Under 18?

Wed Jan 22, 2003 5:51 am

Passport (valid for period of intended stay) required; or
- U.S. Birth Certificate; or
- U.S. Citizenship or Naturalization papers.

Documents that do not incorporate a photograph should be
accompanied by supporting government issued photo
identification.

Visa not required, generally for a stay of max. 6 months.

Minors:
1. Parent(s) travelling with a child under 18 years:
are strongly advised to hold documentation showing that the
child is theirs. Parents who are seperated or divorced are
also advised to keep legal and other relevant documents in
order to clarify custody rights.
2. Children travelling:
- alone; or
- with adults that have no legal custody over them:
are strongly advised to hold letter of travel consent signed
by legal guardian or parent with legal custody. Letter of
consent should contain:
- authorisation to travel; and
- destination in Canada, stating length of stay; and
- signor's address and phone details.

Recommended to hold:
- all documents required for next destination; and
- sufficient funds.
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bmi330
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RE: Going To Canada For WWE Under 18?

Wed Jan 22, 2003 6:16 am

You should do what ever it takes if stone cold steve austin and mabe the rock are back for it. Get stone cold to smugle you over the boarder in the back a his pick up lol.

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