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How many canadian dollar we can carry with us




Hi
We planning to go to India ,
from Toronto to California and from there back to india.
My question is how many Canadian dollar we can physically carry with us??
Thanks
Manoj

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Originally posted by mrpandya

Hi
We planning to go to India ,
from Toronto to California and from there back to india.
My question is how many Canadian dollar we can physically carry with us??
Thanks
Manoj



Theres no limit, to how much foreign currency you can bring into India.

Although, you will have to declare it if the amount exceeds US $5,000 in notes and coins, or US $10,000 in notes, coins and travellers cheques.

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Note it is in US dollars, not Canadian dollars so do the necessary conversion.

Also if you declare there is no issue, this is only for undeclared money.


 
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US also has its own rules. In case you are going out of the airport and actually seeing California and not just transiting through on the way to India.I

Again it is all in USD, so do necessary conversion for $ CAD

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How much can I bring into the U.S.?

There is no limit on the amount of money that can be taken out of or brought into the United States. However, if a person or persons traveling together and filing a joint declaration (CBP Form 6059-B) have more than $10,000 in currency or negotiable monetary instruments, they must fill out a "Report of International Transportation of Currency and Monetary Instruments" FinCEN 105 (former CF 4790).

Please be aware, if persons/family members traveling together have more than $10,000, they cannot divide the currency between each other to avoid declaring the currency.

For example, if one person is carrying $5,000 and the other has $6,000, they have a total of $11, 000 in their possession and must report it on a FinCEN 105. If a person or family fails to declare their monetary instruments in amounts more than $10,000 their monetary instrument(s) may be subject to forfeiture and could result in civil and or criminal penalties.

The FinCEN 105 can be obtained prior to traveling or when going through CBP. If assistance is required, a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officer can help with filling out the form.

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Usually there is No limit if you declare and can prove the source of funds.

They just want to see if it is not drug money, terrorist money, money laundering, crime money etc. That's all.

So when in doubt always declare if it is more than what they allow, without declaring.


 
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Hi
MITRON
Yes we are going out of sanfransisco airport to stay with my son for few days and then from there we are going to india.
Thanks
Manoj

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