It’s probably not important. It depends which country we’re talking about, whether or not US authorities will be suspicious of the passport.
Q&A Categories Archives: NEXUS Card FAQ
Your passport is used for both proof of identity and citizenship. If you are providing your passport you do not need to provide your birth certificate.
You have to submit a separate application for your child for their NEXUS Card; you cannot add the child to your card.
NEXUS Card holders must be residents of Canada or the United States so your mother is not eligible.
No you cannot call to find out the status of your application.
Create an online account to see if you can discover you application status.
Yes, of course you do.
First you need to make sure your appointments are booked close together (preferably in consecutive spots). Then you need to call the Enrolment Centre where you are booked and ask if you can be seen together. You can also ask when you show up for the first of your appointments.
First you need to report it lost to the nearest enrolment centre. (It does not have to be the enrolment centre you had your interview at.)
Updating your license will not, in itself, affect your NEXUS. But if you are asked to present an ID in addition to your NEXUS and you have no other IDs in your name, you may have issues. So you should update your NEXUS Card after you update your license.
No, only one application is necessary. But you need to make sure you get an iris scan as you cannot use your NEXUS Card for air travel without the iris scan. Iris scans are only available at some enrolment centres.