A green dot is a green card.
It is valid for three years, and can be used to travel to Canada and the United States for business or pleasure.
There are different green-card categories, and green-cards are used to cross borders for many purposes.
For example, green-credits can be issued for educational or business purposes.
In the United Kingdom, green cards are issued for tourism.
For the purposes of Canada’s visa system, a green-cross is a Canadian passport with a green background, issued by a government agency and approved by the Immigration and Refugee Board.
A green-dot is a passport that has an original green background and a green certificate that indicates that it has been issued by the Government of Canada.
Green-credit cards are valid for four years and can only be used for tourism, business and leisure purposes.
Green passports have a green stamp that indicates their origin, issued on an approved stamp by the Canadian Government.
For a green passport, you will need to bring the original stamp to the border.
If you’re traveling on a green visa and need to obtain a green clearance to enter Canada, you need to show that you have obtained a green license or issued a green travel document.
You can find more information about obtaining a green cross in the Immigration Act.
It’s worth mentioning that a green green passport is only valid for a period of six months.
The green license can be renewed annually, and once it expires, the green passport can be lost.
Green licenses are also valid for two years, for the purpose of obtaining a permanent resident visa, but this can only take place in Canada.
In addition, green visas can be withdrawn after one year if you don’t apply for renewal.
Green crosses can also be used on the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) for Canadian citizens living outside of Canada and for the Canadian passport holders living outside Canada.
The VWP is a program designed to give green cards to Canadians living outside the country, who are unable to apply because of the country’s immigration rules.
You may be eligible for a Green Visa if you are: A Canadian citizen living outside or temporarily outside Canada for at least six months, or