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Thread: advice reg. travelling to Canada

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    Smile advice reg. travelling to Canada

    Hi all,
    I am currently on F1 (day1 CPT) doing my Master's and working at client location. I am planning to visit Canada for a week. I do have a Canadian visa already. Is it advisable to leave US while on CPT in the middle of the term, for a safe return? Any advice on travelling via air or by road? Any advice/opinions appreciated.

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    Make sure you carry your regular i20 but not cpt i20 and when asked show them regular one , if asked tell them that your training is also going on because anyway they can see your cpt in system also make sure you have your home near college Because on f1 you can not live far away from its law and tell them that your primary purpose of visit and your destination I your school but not anything else for example not work

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