- 1. Entering Canada by air
- 2. How to use NEXUS facial verification kiosks located at Toronto Pearson, Vancouver, Montréal, Halifax, Ottawa and Edmonton
- 3. How to use NEXUS iris recognition kiosks located at Billy Bishop Toronto City, Winnipeg and Calgary
- 4. Entering the U.S. by air
1. Entering Canada by air
NEXUS members can enter Canada using the NEXUS self-serve kiosks at designated airports, regardless of where they are coming from. For example, a member returning to Canada from overseas and arriving in Montréal can use a NEXUS kiosk in Montréal.
NEXUS members do not need to complete a paper CBSA Declaration Card (Form E311) when using a self-serve kiosk at any Canadian airport where NEXUS is available.
- Non-NEXUS members cannot go with you through a NEXUS kiosk, regardless of age
- If you are crossing the border in the air, land or marine modes of transportation with currency or monetary instruments valued at Can$10,000 or more, you cannot use NEXUS. For more information: NEXUS Terms and Conditions and Travelling with Can$10,000 or more
- NEXUS members who are also lawful permanent residents of the U.S. (Green Card holders) or Mexican nationals need an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) when flying to or transiting through Canada by air. U.S. and Canadian citizens are exempted. Be prepared: Apply for an eTA before you book your flight to Canada
Notice: Modernizing NEXUS Air Processing at Canadian Airports
The CBSA is modernizing the way NEXUS members are processed at Canadian airports. The existing NEXUS kiosks that use iris recognition technology are being replaced with new, modernized NEXUS kiosks that use facial verification technology. The new kiosks are now available at Toronto Pearson International Airport, Vancouver International Airport, Montréal-Trudeau International Airport, Halifax Stanfield International Airport, Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport and Edmonton International Airport. The new kiosks will be installed at other Canadian airports in the following months.
How will you be travelling?
Consult United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Appeals if your membership has been revoked by U.S. CBP.
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