I am in Canada on a temporary resident visa. I plan to take a cruise. Do I need a new visa to come back to Canada?
If you are on a cruise ship that departs from Canada or the continental United States and enters international waters and you are not in possession of a valid multiple-entry visa, you will need to obtain a new temporary resident visa in order to re-enter Canada.
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