usa – Canadian Citizens residing in the US on an E2 business visa wanting to travel to Canada to visit sick and elderly parents and children

My wife and I are Canadian citizens residing in USA on an E2 business/investor non-immigrant visa. We have a home in Toronto Canada as well as close family there (elderly and frail 92 yrs old mother, children and grand children). We are planning to travel to Canada to visit and spend time with my mother and our children. We have a home where upon arrival, we can be safely quarrantined for 14 days.
Will we be allowed to cross the border into Canada?

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I’m UK national my new non-eu wife has schengen Residency card for UK (family member via son in-law) does she need a visa to visit other eu country?

As above, i’m getting married on 1st Aug as a UK national my wife is non-eu (cameroonian) but has a schengen residency card for the UK through her son-in-law who is polish but resident in the UK.

Does she need a visa to visit another EU country for our honeymoon, i.e. Spain or Greece

uk – Where can I park to visit Wast Water in the Lake District, North England?

I am planning to visit Wast Water in the Lake District (North England) as it is England’s deepest lake.

On the National Trust website, it says the nearest parking is:

  • Pay and display parking at Lake Head (OS: NY 182075). NT members can scan their membership card at the machine. Non members, please note this machine takes cash only

I noticed this is quite far from the actual lake:

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Is there anything closer? Maybe even for free?

safety – In Poland, is/are there any region dangerous for non-white people to visit?

From 2016, Poland saw the rise of right-wing nationalists.

In Poland, are there any cities or special regions in cities which are dangerous for non-white people to go to?

I mean, are there any cities or areas in cities in which predominantly white supremacists live and they are antagonistic to non-white people, and which are dangerous as a result?

usa – I am a Jamaican citizen granted asylum in the United States. May I use my refugee travel documents to visit the Bahamas?

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usa – I am a Jamaican citizen granted asylum in the United States I want to find out if I could use my refugee travel documents to visit the Bahamas?

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Do I need a Visa or Passport to Visit the Caymans?

US Citizens don’t need a visa and can enter without a passport provided they can show an original or notarised birth certificate to prove their citizenship, and that they have a return or through ticket to a country that will accept them. (Source)

Whilst it might be technically possible to fly without a passport, returning to the US with just a birth certificate might lead to delays at US immigration.

A passport is the way to go.