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NEXUS members

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To be eligible for NEXUS, you must be a citizen or permanent resident of Canada or the United States, or a Mexican national who is also a member of the Viajero Confiable program.

Effective June 30, 2012, Canadian and American citizens living outside of Canada or the United States or who have recently returned to either country and have not previously been able to meet the three-year residency requirement are now eligible to apply.

In addition, certain permanent residents are also exempted from the three-year residency requirement.

You may not qualify if one of the following applies:

Both Canada and the United States must approve your application for you to become a member of NEXUS. If you do not meet all of the requirements, your application will be denied.


There are no processing fees for applicants under 18.

To enrol in the NEXUS program, minors require a signed letter of consent from at least one parent or legal guardian.

If only one parent or legal guardian is present at the interview:

If the minor attends the interview with a person other than the parent or legal guardian, both parents or legal guardians must submit letter(s) of consent in addition to the other requirements.

Minors can be enrolled in the NEXUS program even if their parents or legal guardians are not members.

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