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If you are a lawful permanent resident you can travel with the green card. MAke sure you also have a current passport and you are eligible to travel to Canada. Canada's rules are different and depending where you are from, you may or may not need a visa to enter Canada.
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If you have a valid passport and green card, you can travel. Never stay out for than 6 months
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