Postponement of Washington, DC and Atlanta NEXUS Enrollment Event
Due to the recent U.S. government shutdown and 3-week continuing resolution of funding until 15 February, US Custom and Border Protection (CBP) will not be able to support the NEXUS event. The Canadian portion of your application has been processed, however; the event cannot be held without the support of CBP.
It will be necessary for you to reschedule your interview after U.S. government operations resume. We are hoping to reschedule the Washington, D.C. and Atlanta events.
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NEXUS Mobile Enrollment Team Coming to Washington, DC
Tired of waiting in long lines at airports and idling in your car at border crossings? This is an opportunity to make your travel more efficient and less stressful.
Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will conduct a mobile NEXUS enrollment session in Washington, DC, from February 5 to 7, 2019.
The NEXUS program allows pre-screened travelers expedited processing when entering the U.S. and Canada. Program members use dedicated processing lanes at designated Canada-U.S. land border ports of entry, NEXUS kiosks when entering Canada by air and Global Entry kiosks when entering the U.S.
NEXUS also affords you the benefits of access to the shorter and faster TSA Pre-Check security checkpoint lines for both domestic and international travel. NEXUS members also receive expedited processing at marine reporting locations.
Why is this session special? You don’t have to visit a NEXUS Enrollment Center at Canada/U.S. land borders or at the Halifax, Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton or Vancouver international airports to complete the process.
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE? U.S. citizens, U.S. lawful permanent residents, Canadian citizens and Canadian lawful permanent residents are eligible for NEXUS membership.
ONLINE APPLICATION: **Must be completed by 21 January, 2019** Once your online application is submitted, please send your name and PASSID to [email protected] who will coordinate an expedited application with CBP. You must send your PASSID to him in order for your application to be expedited.
What is my PASSID? After you complete your application, log back into your Trusted Traveler Programs account and it will be on the top of the main page once you log in. It is your 9 digit Membership / PASSID number. It may take 10 – 20 minutes to populate. It is not your Application Number.
COST: US$50.00 for a five (5) year membership for adults Free for children under the age of 18
INTERVIEW DATE: From February 5 to 7, 2019. Once your application has been approved, you will receive an automated Conditional Approval email. Login to your Trusted Traveler Programs account and you will be able to book your interview by selecting NEXUS Event Washington, DC. It is the applicant’s responsibility to schedule their interview. Interviews can ONLY be scheduled by using the Trusted Traveler Programs website starting 12 December 2018
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED: For the interview, bring proof of citizenship and a second form of identification (i.e. provincial or state issued driver’s license or ID card). If you are a lawful permanent resident, you must also present your permanent resident card. If you would like to be included in Global Entry, a valid passport is required. Minor children 18 years or younger are required to have parental or legal guardianship permission. If only one parent is attending the interview with a minor, you must have written permission from the other parent.
TIME: The mobile enrollment session will run from 8am to 4pm EST. (You will schedule your appointment on the Trusted Traveler Programs website once conditionally approved.
LOCATION: Ronald Reagan Building, Global Entry Office 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC 20004
Public parking lots, and meter parking, and Federal Triangle Metro station
What is NEXUS?
NEXUS is a bi-national, Canada-United States program for pre-approved, low-risk travellers entering Canada or the United States (U.S.) at designated air, land and marine ports of entry. The program enables its members to enter either country more quickly and easily by using automated self-serve kiosks in the air mode of travel, dedicated lanes in the land mode of travel, and by calling Telephone Reporting Centres (TRCs) prior to arrival in the marine mode of travel.
What are the benefits of using NEXUS?
NEXUS members avoid long line-ups and save time using automated self-serve Nexus kiosks at nine Canadian international airports to enter Canada and Global Entry kiosks when entering the U.S. (NEXUS Air). As an added benefit, when travelling on domestic, U.S.-bound, and select international flights, NEXUS members can be expedited through Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) airport security screening lanes located at 16 Canadian airports. Members must present their valid NEXUS card to access the Trusted Traveller CATSA Security Line. NEXUS members who are U.S. citizens, U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents, or Canadian citizens will also receive the benefits of TSA Pre-Check. They can do so by entering their membership number (PASSID) in the “Known Traveler Number” field when booking reservations, or into their frequent flyer profile with the airline. Members also enjoy a quick and simplified entry process using dedicated lanes at 21 designated land border crossings (NEXUS Land). When arriving by boat, members receive expedited processing at designated marine locations by calling a marine telephone reporting centre. (NEXUS Marine)
Join NEXUS today!
Canada Border Services Agency and U.S. Customs and Border Protection will conduct a mobile NEXUS enrollment session in Washington, D.C. (POSTPONED) and with Consulate General of Canada in Atlanta (POSTPONED), Consulate General of Canada in Dallas (February 27 – March 1) and Consulate General of Canada in Miami (March 12–14). NEXUS allows Canadian and U.S. border officers to focus their efforts on unknown and potentially higher-risk travellers and their goods. Apply for a NEXUS card today at Trusted Traveler Programs or visit the Trusted Traveler Programs section of the CBP website at www.CBP.gov or the NEXUS section of the CBSA website at www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca.