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Nexus / trusted traveller card

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I got a Nexus card about 1 1/2 years ago, love it, so handy for my constant back and forthing to Baltimore. I intend to notify them of my status/immigration (once I arrive in the US).

Anyone had any experience with this? Been allowed to keep it/denied? Can't see why it would be an issue as it is governed by both countries, supposed to facilitate travel, etc. and yet I still have a sneaky suspicion...


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Yes, you can keep it...its not a problem. I called someone to find out for myself & they said I was still good after moving to the US.

Have you set up a G.O.E.S account? You can change your mailing address there, but you have to go to an enrollment center to change you full "profile" (which includes current address..the address you used when you first applied)

here's the G.O.E.S web site:

https://goes-app.cbp.dhs.gov/

Scroll down & register to change your info. Especially your address incase they mail you something!


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Really? That's great news...I was half expecting a resounding 'NO'! Thanks for your very thorough response, appreciate it.


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Your welcome.

If they had told me no, I might've raied a stink about it. Like you said its a program between Canada & the US. If you moved from one to the other, that shouldn't mean you can't use the card.


8/2/2021:  Mailed N-400

8/4/2021: N-400 received

8/6/2021:  Biometrics to be reused
3/15/2022:  Interview (successful)

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Good to know! I was wondering the same thing. I absolutely love the Nexus card. Makes life so much easier. I am especially fond of not having to answer 100 questions when I cross the border every week. When I come back into Canada, they barely look up from the book they are reading to let me through!


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Good to know! I was wondering the same thing. I absolutely love the Nexus card. Makes life so much easier. I am especially fond of not having to answer 100 questions when I cross the border every week. When I come back into Canada, they barely look up from the book they are reading to let me through!

I agree.

I've had times coming back into Canada, where the person in the booth wouldn't even open the window...they just waved me on, haha.


8/2/2021:  Mailed N-400

8/4/2021: N-400 received

8/6/2021:  Biometrics to be reused
3/15/2022:  Interview (successful)

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Yes, you can keep it...its not a problem. I called someone to find out for myself & they said I was still good after moving to the US.

Have you set up a G.O.E.S account? You can change your mailing address there, but you have to go to an enrollment center to change you full "profile" (which includes current address..the address you used when you first applied)

here's the G.O.E.S web site:

https://goes-app.cbp.dhs.gov/

Scroll down & register to change your info. Especially your address incase they mail you something!

Excellent, once my fiance' moves here we will change his mailing address. Will he have to appear to get a new picture taken since his address in the U.S.?

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A new picture, that I don't know. I still have to go to the enrollment center to change everything. I haven't been able to cross (& won't be for a while), so I haven't had it at the top of my list.

There's one in Detroit, so I might take a drive there (to change everything) & find out.


8/2/2021:  Mailed N-400

8/4/2021: N-400 received

8/6/2021:  Biometrics to be reused
3/15/2022:  Interview (successful)

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