FAQ: What Is Nexus Travel Program?
- 1 How does the NEXUS program work?
- 2 How much does NEXUS cost?
- 3 Is NEXUS as good as Global Entry?
- 4 Is it worth getting NEXUS?
- 5 Do I need a passport if I have NEXUS?
- 6 Can I fly with just my NEXUS card and no passport?
- 7 Are NEXUS interviews open?
- 8 Does NEXUS have TSA PreCheck?
- 9 How long is a NEXUS interview?
- 10 Can I use my Global Entry card in NEXUS lanes?
- 11 Is NEXUS better than TSA PreCheck?
- 12 Where are NEXUS interview centers?
- 13 What is the purpose of NEXUS?
- 14 Is Nexus card free?
- 15 What is the difference between NEXUS and Global Entry?
How does the NEXUS program work?
Membership in the NEXUS program allows you to reduce your wait times at designated ports of entry by: using NEXUS kiosks when entering Canada, using Global Entry kiosk when entering the United States, and. calling a marine telephone reporting center to report your arrival into the United States and Canada.
How much does NEXUS cost?
A $50 (USD) one-time fee is required with your NEXUS application and must be paid at time of application submission through the Trusted Traveler Program System. You can pay by credit card or through an electronic bank transfer. A $50 (CAD) one-time fee is required if you are submitting your NEXUS application by mail.
Is NEXUS as good as Global Entry?
Yes, NEXUS comes with all the benefits of Global Entry (including TSA Pre-check and Global Entry kiosks for entering the US) as well as the additional NEXUS benefits for entering Canada (both air and land), and does it all for half the fee.
Is it worth getting NEXUS?
So is the Nexus Program worth it? Well, it is worth it if you go down to the United States often. The luxury of not having to wait in a 1-2 hour line up cannot be overemphasized.
Do I need a passport if I have NEXUS?
You don’t need a passport if you use your NEXUS card, but you must ensure that you carry your NEXUS card with you every time you stop at a border point.
Can I fly with just my NEXUS card and no passport?
In a statement to CTV News, Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said that a Nexus card can be used in lieu of a passport for “Canadian and American citizens who are Nexus members entering Canada from the U.S.” U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said Nexus is “recognized as an acceptable equivalent document to a
Are NEXUS interviews open?
Due to the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel at U.S. land borders, NEXUS and FAST-North interviews at U.S. and Canadian enrollment centers remain suspended until further notice.
Does NEXUS have TSA PreCheck?
The NEXUS program allows pre-screened travelers expedited processing when entering the United States and Canada. Another bonus is that NEXUS comes with Global Entry AND TSA Pre-Check benefits so this is a fantastic deal.
How long is a NEXUS interview?
The NEXUS interview varies between NEXUS enrollment centers but is similar to clearing customs at the airport. Your interview will take 30 minutes and takes place at the enrollment center of your choice. You will be interviewed twice; once by a customs officer from the USA and again by one from Canada.
Can I use my Global Entry card in NEXUS lanes?
Global Entry cards have radio frequency identification chips, which enable their use at Secure Electronic Network for Travelers Rapid Inspection (SENTRI) and NEXUS travel lanes when entering the United States at the land borders. NEXUS cards are accepted at Global Entry kiosks located on Canadian Preclearance Airports.
Is NEXUS better than TSA PreCheck?
Advantages: NEXUS is more economical than Global Entry because it only costs $50 per adult and children are FREE until they turn 18. With Nexus you get all the benefits of Global Entry and TSA PreCheck. Disadvantages: There are only a few US enrollment centers where you can have a NEXUS interview.
Where are NEXUS interview centers?
NEXUS Pass Interview Centers
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- Blaine, Washington. 9901 Pacific Highway.
- Seattle, Washington. 7277 Perimeter Road.
- *Downtown Vancouver. 1611 Main Street, 4thFloor.
- Sweetgrass, Montana. U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
- Pembina, North Dakota.
- Warroad, Minnesota.
- Fort Frances, Ontario.
What is the purpose of NEXUS?
What Is NEXUS? NEXUS is a government-sponsored Trusted Travelers Program that allows pre-screened U.S. and Canadian citizens to expedite border crossings. 1 U.S. and Canadian citizens using NEXUS experience expedited border crossings into the United States and Canada with less immigration and customs questioning.
Is Nexus card free?
NEXUS is designed to speed up border crossings for low-risk, pre-approved travellers into Canada and the United States (U.S.). The NEXUS application processing fee is a non-refundable $50 (US) for a five-year membership. Children under 18 are free!
What is the difference between NEXUS and Global Entry?
Global Entry will allow you to enter the U.S. at virtually all international gateway United States airports and also where there is CBP immigration clearance in foreign countries, most notably Canada. Nexus is administered by Canada and has separate clearance criteria.