Apply For NEXUS Card is not affiliated with the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”), the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), US Customs & Border Protection (CBP) or the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). 


Applying is easy with our 5-star service.
You must be a US or Canadian citizen or a legal permanent resident with a machine readable PR card.
All you have to do is follow these steps:

Fill out our application form. You need one per applicant. We have simplified the form to make it fast and easy for you.

Pay the service fee (USD 154.99). This service is for the error checks and application processing.

We check your NEXUS form. If there's any missing information we email you within 48 hours. Incorrect or incomplete forms may be denied from the program.

When your personal data is in order, we pay the background and security check fee ($50 adults only) using the card listed on your application.

As a part of our service all of our customers receive a free application submission after we have thoroughly prepared and checked your application form.

We send you an email explaining how to take control of your application. This allows you to monitor your application status.

You attend an interview. It now takes up to 6-8 months to reach the interview stage. Please be patient, this is out of our control.

You get your membership card within 10-14 days after a successful interview.

NEXUS Card Background Checks

The NEXUS started after the 9/11 crisis. It took a long time to cross the border. The US and Canada set up the Trusted Traveler Program. This speeds low-risk travelers across the border. US and Canadian citizens and permanent residents from both countries can apply.

First, the govt makes strict background checks on all applicants. This ensures that all members are low-risk. Canadian and U.S. government agencies carry our security checks on every applicant. This includes law enforcementimmigrationcustomsthe department of motor vehicles, etc. Each agency receives the personal details from your NEXUS form.  

It takes time for each agency to check this information.  Consequently, there’s no shortcut to the checks. As a result, no third party can speed up the process. Even NEXUS renewal applicants are rechecked because a lot can change in five years. It takes up to 6-8 months to reach the interview stage. Sometimes the process takes longer.

These checks keep the borders protected.

NEXUS Interview Documentation

You must take the following documents with you to your interview. Additionally, you should also check your Conditional Approval letter. This will give you the full list of documentation. 

A valid passport. If you hold more than one passport, you must bring all passports to the interview. The interviewing officer inspects them and adds a copy to your file .

Proof of residency e.g. a valid driver’s license. This must show your current address on it. Otherwise a mortgage or rental payment statement, or a utility bill, will suffice. Child applicants do not need to provide this information.

A permanent resident card (if applicable) and relevant entry visas to the U.S. or Canada.