Since I, as a person, have a visa, am I obliged to enter into the USA with that?Or can I just forget it and use my Canadian passport? CBP website describes a number of situations but not mine. The answer does in fact seem to be the same, however.I know I could do whatever I want if I didn't have a visa but with that in the picture I am unsure. It might also be worth noting here that, as we've noted in chat just now, you get more favorable treatment if you enter as a Canadian than you do as a citizen of nearly all other countries, with respect to overstays and the like.
I sent the question as posted here to the CBP (because noone sources their answers and it reads to me as beliefs held about passports not facts) and received the information below.
Based on this, despite it is not a straight yes or no (they never do that) I believe I am allowed to present a Canadian passport because otherwise why would they point out what happens if I present one.
I will seek further clarification in April once I get my passport and add it to my NEXUS at the NEXUS centre but for now I think I am good. A Canadian citizen does not need a visa to visit the United States. We hope our answers ease your entry into the United States.
So, without further ado, their reply: Thank you for contacting the U. If you present a Hungarian passport: https://gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/572 If you present a Canadian passport: https://gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/619 If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to call our toll-free number 877-CBP-5511 (877-227-5511). Please understand these answers are informational only, The CBP officer who speaks with you upon arrival determines the admissibility of goods and visitors.
From outside the United States, please call 202-325-8000 - you may incur charges from your telephone service provider for this call. Thank you again for contacting the CBP INFO Center.
Our service hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sincerely, CBP INFO Center Citizens of VWP countries who have B visas don't use the VWP because they're not entering with a waiver of a visa; they're entering with a visa.
But if you've got, for example, a G visa, and you want to enter the US in B status, you can enter on the VWP program.
Similarly, if you hold another nationality, you can enter on terms appropriate to that nationality.
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