I am wondering if anyone has experience with crossing the US / Canada border during the current pandemic. There are two situations that I am particularly wondering about.
The first involves someone with dual US and Canadian citizenship, who currently resides in Canada. They have a family member (not me, one generation older) residing in the US who was recently found to be terminally ill. They want to visit the US in order to visit the family member, then return to Canada. As a US citizen who resides in Canada, will they be permitted to enter the US? I am assuming that as a Canadian citizen who currently resides in Canada they almost have to be allowed back into Canada, with the restriction that they will need to self-isolate for two weeks after returning.
The second involves someone living in the US with dual US and Canadian citizenship, and their spouse with only US citizenship, who want to visit their daughter who currently resides in Canada. Will they be allowed into Canada? Will the father with Canadian citizenship but not Canadian residency be allowed into Canada and will they be allowed to bring their American spouse for a visit?
To me the first situation seems more compelling than the second. However, I do not know what will happen when attempting to drive across the border and am hoping that someone has some experience with this. Thanks!