Can Global Entry card be used in Nexus lanes?

You may use this card for expedited entry into the United States via the SENTRI and NEXUS lanes. The card is not valid for entry into Canada via the NEXUS lanes. Only your passport or lawful permanent resident card are accepted at Global Entry kiosks.
A.

Can I have both Nexus and Global Entry?

CBP accepts Global Entry cards for lawful U.S. entry at land and sea ports of entry. Global Entry cards have radio frequency identification, which enables their use at SENTRI and NEXUS expedited travel lanes entering the U.S. Global Entry cards are not valid for entry into Canada via the NEXUS lanes and kiosks.
  • How many years is a nexus card good for?

    The Nexus pass is valid for 5 years from the date of issue after which time it must be renewed. You can download a simplified version of the government Nexus application form by using IVT's services. Your Nexus interview will take place at one of the NEXUS Enrollment Centers.
  • How do I find out when my TSA Precheck expires?

    To renew your membership, log into your TT account https://ttp.cbp.dhs.gov/ and hit the renew button that should appear on the main page one year before the expiration date of your membership. You will then complete the application as if it was the first time. On renewal you may or may not be selected for an interview.
  • What is the nexus travel program?

    Program members use dedicated processing lanes at designated northern border ports of entry, NEXUS kiosks when entering Canada by air and Global Entry kiosks when entering the United States via Canadian Preclearance airports. NEXUS members also receive expedited processing at marine reporting locations.
B.

Is Global Entry and Nexus the same thing?

If you are registered into the Nexus program, your pass will allow you to cross the Canadian or U.S. border just as if you had been registered into Global Entry. Nexus is administered by Canada and has separate clearance criteria. However, the result is the same as Global Entry: expedited passage.
  • Is TSA Pre and global entry the same thing?

    Simply put, Global Entry is designed to expedite the customs process, while TSA PreCheck does the same for the security screening process. Note: Global Entry travelers are automatically qualified for TSA PreCheck, but the reverse is not true.
  • Do global entry cards expire?

    Global Entry membership can be renewed 90 days preceding your Global Entry membership expiry date. Global Entry membership is valid for 5 years. When your Global Entry expires you renew your membership by filling out an application form and attending another interview at a Global Entry enrolment center.
  • Can you use a Global entry card to enter Canada?

    You may use this card for expedited entry into the United States via the SENTRI and NEXUS lanes. The card is not valid for entry into Canada via the NEXUS lanes. Only your passport or lawful permanent resident card are accepted at Global Entry kiosks. The Global Entry card cannot be used at Global Entry kiosks.
C.

Is Nexus also global entry?

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.
  • Is Global Entry number the same as TSA Precheck?

    This program is run by a different agency, U.S. Customs and Border Protection. It refers to the Known Traveler Number as PASSID, but the number is used the same way. Global Entry includes TSA PreCheck and its benefits but also gives you expedited customs screening when traveling internationally.
  • Do global entry cards expire?

    Global Entry membership can be renewed 90 days preceding your Global Entry membership expiry date. Global Entry membership is valid for 5 years. When your Global Entry expires you renew your membership by filling out an application form and attending another interview at a Global Entry enrolment center.
  • How much does it cost to get a Nexus card?

    It is jointly run by the Canada Border Services Agency and U.S. Customs and Border Protection. More benefits of NEXUS. The NEXUS application processing fee is a non-refundable $50 (Can or US) for a five-year membership.

Updated: 4th December 2019

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