People tend to check in during these times:
This is the United States/Canada international border between the Town of Champlain, New York and Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Québec. It is the main ground route between Montréal and New York City. Québec Autoroute 15 (Décarie Expressway) becomes Interstate 87 when entering the Unite...
There was basically no line up at night the time I went.
Not sure who works there. They should have a minimum IQ requirement.
It really does take a long time without a nexus card
Canadian customs officials are nicer than the American customs officials.
Be sure to visit early in the morning because there is hardly any traffic and the wait times are minimal.
"Welcome to New York. Welcome to New York." - Taylor Swift
Be prepared & be patient. Passport, tickets, address in USA, 6$ for non-Canadians
Don't use your cell phone while going through customs. They get real crabby.
leave your crying bald eagles at the border, and be sure to recite O Canada correctly or they send you back
this is where they send all the bad canadians
If you're worried about getting asked too many questions, hide in the trunk.
Ya nowhere near the border..lol so I checked in for fun !!
There is a woman that works on the US -> Quebec side who is most gorgeous woman ever. She's one of two woman I would turn straight for. Try to get into her lane!
Feeling the effects of sequestration. A 2 hour wait at border control.
Better to travel at night so that they re only a few people and it goes faster.
Better to check waiting time at
Save gas! Going into the US the road has a slight decline so stop the engine and put it into neutral.
WARNING! Be aware you are entering the province, from all the provinces and states in North America, where the taxes are the highest. Enter at your own risk.
If you're going by bus, make sure you keep your passport and ticket with you! They're going to give you a little blue slip of paper, give it back to the officer when you leave.
US customs often has a long wait so plan accordingly
Be prepared. Have everything ready for the nice guys that can ruin your life in the middle of no where.
Turn around and go home.
I waited here for 8 hours after being sent back by the Canadian side. The chairs are uncomfortable and there's only power outlets in the bathroom.
Only 2 bottles of wine or hard alcohol allowed into Canada per adult.
As your current mayor, my tip would be to have lots of patience, good music, and the good fortune to have wifi on ur bus. Bon voyage!! Lol
This isn't remotely close to the border.
The shortest line is always the longest.
Try and get on line with most trailer RVs.
Lane 6 is the fastest
North = poutine. South = McDonalds. Fair trade off, really...
Get a Nexus card!
Aim for the right most booth, (not commercial)
Have all your documents ready
Quit being cheap. Drive a car across. Busses suck
In and out rather quickly if you are on a bus. No soda machines. Don't even ask. They are rude.
If you're reading this, you should get a Nexus card. Totally worth the $50 for 5 years.
If congestion keep left, then second line from left. Be respectful don't cut in line.
The lines go through real quick at this border crossing. Staff is professional, both US/Can.
Pick the left lane... Pierre is the man.
Sunday evenings in the sunny months are a nightmare. The next border in Vermont that leads to Noyan is quieter.
Be nice to the custom agents! Get a nexus card if you want to skip the lines.
If you're lucky, you'll get the border agent who looks like a cross between Jennifer Garner and Anne Hathaway. She has an Oprah-esque ability to get you to answer awkward personal questions.
Des sacrés rigolos
Respirez, ca va passer! Bienvenue au Québec !
Never take pictures of the customs agent; they don't like it at all. Ne prenez pas de photos de l'agent car ils peuvent vous avertir de supprimer la photo... Respectons la vie privée...
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