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I recently got my GC a few weeks back. I know I couldn't use my nexus until I update my information. When crossing Canada/US border, will I have to go to secondary inspection to fill out that form each time?

I'm visiting home this weekend and not sure if i'll have to give myself extra time to fill out that form like I normally had to with my EAD/AP card.


AOS

2014

July 05 - AOS package sent

July 14 - NOA 1

July 25 - Biometrics Appointment Letter

July 28 - Walk in Biometrics successful

Aug 27 - Request for Expedite on EAD (Job Offer)

Sept 12 - EAD approved and in production

Sept 12 - AP is approved but USCIS status is in 'Post Decision Activity'

Sept 18 - EAD marked as mailed

2015

April 09 - Interview - Delayed due to sealed package from civil surgeon not at local office

May 07 - GC in production

May 18 - GC in hand!!!

2017

Feb 9 - ROC 

Feb 14 - Check Cashed

Feb 16 - NOA 1

Feb 25 - Received Biometrics Appointment

 

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I'm on a roll today with new posts. :)

I recently got my GC a few weeks back. I know I couldn't use my nexus until I update my information. When crossing Canada/US border, will I have to go to secondary inspection to fill out that form each time?

I'm visiting home this weekend and not sure if i'll have to give myself extra time to fill out that form like I normally had to with my EAD/AP card.

Are you flying or driving?

All you need is your green card and passport and it should not take you more than a few minutes, maybe even seconds. Normally there is no secondary inspection with a green card and passport, unless they suspect something.

Edited by blest.but.strest

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You can use your nexus. Just go the nearest registration center and request that they add your green card to the card. It's easy and should take maybe 10 minutes.


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Are you flying or driving?

All you need is your green card and passport and it should not take you more than a few minutes, maybe even seconds. Normally there is no secondary inspection with a green card and passport, unless they suspect something.

I'll be flying.

Thanks! Great news because my flight is really early in the morning on Monday.


AOS

2014

July 05 - AOS package sent

July 14 - NOA 1

July 25 - Biometrics Appointment Letter

July 28 - Walk in Biometrics successful

Aug 27 - Request for Expedite on EAD (Job Offer)

Sept 12 - EAD approved and in production

Sept 12 - AP is approved but USCIS status is in 'Post Decision Activity'

Sept 18 - EAD marked as mailed

2015

April 09 - Interview - Delayed due to sealed package from civil surgeon not at local office

May 07 - GC in production

May 18 - GC in hand!!!

2017

Feb 9 - ROC 

Feb 14 - Check Cashed

Feb 16 - NOA 1

Feb 25 - Received Biometrics Appointment

 

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