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I’m Canadian and 10 years ago my Nexus was taken away from me because I took a 6-pack of beer through the Nexus lane, (totally forgot I had it and had purchased it in Canada). At the time I was told I was only being suspended for 90 days. When I requested my card back after the 90 days I was told “no, that once you lost the card it was gone for good” and I had unfortunately let the 90 day appeal time period go by. Can I reapply for a Nexus pass? Is there any point in time where this would fall off my record?

Yes, you can reapply for a NEXUS Card. They may issue you a new card since it was such a long time ago and it was such a minor violation, however there’s no guarantee.

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I am a dual citizen of Canada and the US, but my US passport has expired. Can I enter the US using my nexus card?

If your Canadian passport is still valid you should use your Canadian passport.

The NEXUS Card is not proof of citizenship. However, some officers of both border agencies will sometimes accept it as such. You can try using it if you are driving across the border, but there is a good chance you will be turned away. Use your Canadian passport or renew your American passport.

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