No. Of course you can’t use the NEXUS line if your NEXUS Card is expired. That’s what expired means.
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If you are flying, your daughter will not be allowed to enter the US if her passport expires before your planned date of departure. However, the NEXUS Card is sometimes acceptable as a passport replacement when driving across the border.
It can take 3 months even longer. The processing delays have been getting worse and worse. So no, no problem.
You should attempt to address the reason you card got confiscated. If you can’t do so in the online application, be prepared to do so in the interview as you will get asked about it if you get that far in the process.
Yes, you are obligated to inform them of your charge. If you have been convicted, it will likely result in the confiscation of your NEXUS Card.
You can re-apply immediately. What matters for your future approval is what, if anything, you’ve done to address the violation.
Here is a consent letter from a private company. You can also find templates from the Canadian government.
You can use different security lanes at the airport, if you must, but you cannot use different lanes at the border unless you are driving in two separate cars.
The DUI likely disqualifies your husband from NEXUS but shouldn’t have an affect on his entering the US as Canada tends to take drinking and driving more seriously than the US. It also depends upon which agency refused his NEXUS Card, CBSA or CBP.
If your current NEXUS card has already expired you cannot use it.
There should be an option to indicated “Retired.”