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Updating immigration status on goes nexus

I just pulled out my Nexus Member's Guide and it says under the heading of Changes or Loss of Nexus Membership card...[QUOTE] You must notify a Nexus Enrollment Centre at once if the following occurs: - You Nexus membership card is lost, stolen or damaged; -You have changes to your personal information such as citizenship, immigration status (i.e.work permit/student visa) or name, address and telephone number; -Your primary purpose of travel changes; or -Changes occur that could affect your Nexus membership such as arrest, a criminal charge or conviction or a customs or immigration violation in the United States or Canada. Any time you enter Canada or the United States, you may be selected for a full inspection.

In addition, should you violate any law of Canada or the United States, your Nexus privileges will be revoked. If it was me though, I'd be tempted to stop in at an enrollment centre if it's convenient or call 1-866-639-8726 (1-866-Nexus-26).

I'm sure the last thing you want to encounter is a full inspection and a revoked Nexus card....

Rather then start a new thread, I thought I'd use this one for a related question.

Last year, I had to go to the airport to update my Nexus info for my new passport.

At the time, I tried to do it on the GOES site but I couldn't get it to work.

When I spoke to the officer at the Nexus office, she told me that even had I successfully updated my info online, I still had to come in because Canada and the u S maintained separate filing systems and GOES would only take care of 1/2 of the requirement. If it was me though, I'd be tempted to stop in at an enrollment centre if it's convenient or call 1-866-639-8726 (1-866-Nexus-26).This year, my wife just renewed her passport and was able to update her info on GOES. I'm sure the last thing you want to encounter is a full inspection and a revoked Nexus card.... WHen you applied for your Nexus I believe there was a "reason".The question is that now, a year later, is that good enough? If employment was a reason, then you must notify them as per "your primary purpose of travel." When we applied, we used "shopping" as the primary reason, since our friend is a CBA who told us this would be easiest.I tried calling them but of course they don't answer. Rather then start a new thread, I thought I'd use this one for a related question.When I spoke to the officer at the Nexus office, she told me that even had I successfully updated my info online, I still had to come in because Canada and the u S maintained separate filing systems and GOES would only take care of 1/2 of the requirement.This year, my wife just renewed her passport and was able to update her info on GOES. This post is years old now but just in case someone comes across it like I do I thought I would update.The question is that now, a year later, is that good enough? Yes you do need to inform Nexus of your employer change, according to the lady I just spoke with.I tried calling them but of course they don't answer. She was able to do this over the phone with me so thankfully it did not require a visit into an office.The NEXUS program allows low-risk pre-approved travellers to use designated NEXUS border crossings without being subject to regular questioning by customs and immigration officers.The program issues NEXUS identification cards to Canadians and Americans for entry into both Canada and the United States.Your Nexus interview will take place at one of the NEXUS Enrolment Centers.

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