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Discussion in 'H-1B Holders in the U.S.' started by Madhur123, Nov 17, 2017.
I'm living in Canada on PR and travel once a month to US on H1B. Is it worth getting a Nexus?
I moved to Canada 6 months ago and have lived in US for almost 4 years.
Also, Did you go for interview to get Nexus or was it just an online application ?
It's really a matter of personal choice. I think it's worth it. Yes- you will need to attend an interview.
Agree with scylla. Definitely worth it! You also get tsa-precheck/global entry as a added benefit. You will need to go for an interview
Any idea what kind of questions do they ask in the interview? Do I need any client letter or letter from employer as document proof?
FYI, I have a Nexus card but have never received TSA Pre in US. Yes, I enter my KTN and yes I travel with participating airline. You might get lucky, but TSA Pre is only for Nexus holders who are either
1. US citizens.
2. US Green card holders.
3. Canadian citizens.
I have Canada PR received after soft landing. I am living in the US on H1B since last 6 years. However, My US visa is expired but have valid i94 for next two years. Am I eligible for Nexus card or do I need to get US visa stamp to apply for nexus card? when I tried to fill my application for nexus card. it is asking for US Visa number and expiry date. I am not able to enter the expiry date earlier than Today's date. I sent the email to CBP asking this question but they replied with standard content available over the website.
Yes, you need a valid Visa. Nexus card and AVR don't mix.
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