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Hisun
Which documents have you need in domestic journey by airplane?
14 dec 2007 09:00
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Are you asking about flights in China? Here in Canada, it is pretty simple for domestic flights. We need a passport or some other type of photo identification (driver's license, health card, citizenship card...something with a picture and your name). Actually, if you have these other cards, you don't even need a passport. If I choose to leave Canada, I will need a passport, citizenship card (permanent resident card, landed immigrant papers, or birth certificate), usually any VISA papers and study/work permits for the other country...Anything to prove that 1) I am Canadian, and 2) I have permission to legally enter the other country... Does this help at all??
14 december 2007
Hisun
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), English, Japanese
Learning Language
Chinese (Cantonese), English, Japanese