My fiance and I lives in the U.S and we want to go to Canada to visit. He's a U.S citizen and I'm not. I'm a legal US immigrant, I have a SS card, Green card, Driver's license. I have everything except a passport and being a US citizenship. Can I still go or I need a passport or a travel visa???
You'll need a passport from your country of citizenship and a tourist visa.
Actually, if you look at the other post I made to a similar question. All you need to get into Canada is your green card and a passport (which can be expired). To get back into the US all you need is your green card before December 31st, 2006. After that you need a valid passport.
Here are some links for you that may provide more detailled information according to which form of transportation you choose:
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
VIA Rail Canada / Travel, vacations and train tours
- *a program that streamline customs and immigration clearance for low-risk, pre-screened travellers.
Entering Canada is generally hassle free-re entering the USA often is not for someone in your situation-check carefully with US Customs & Immigration.