This is another post in what is becoming a series about “travel documents” for U.S. and Canadian citizens and permanent residents. To travel the world you need to be able to get easy access to and from different countries. “Travel documents” are required. Travel documents include (but are not limited to): passports, permanent resident cards, Global Entry cards and NEXUS cards. Different rules may apply in different contexts (are you traveling by air, land or sea)? My previous posts about “travel documents” have been:
Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada
Travel Documents: Canadian citizens need either a U.S. or Canadian passport to enter Canada by air (or by land)
Why would someone renounce their “permanent resident of Canada” status?
Law permanent residents of the United States AKA “Green Card” holders
What’s a #GreenCard anyway? It’s NOT what you don’t know. It’s what you know that isn’t true!
Although a “reentry permit” can provide evidence of intention to reside permanently in the USA, it does ask about tax returns!
This post focuses on the NEXUS program (in the context of the U.S “Global Entry Program”).
I encourage you to visit the U.S. Government “Global Entry” page. You will be amazed at how broad these programs actually are.
A common question (I have been asked this many times) for Canadians renouncing U.S. citizenship:
How will my renunciation affect my NEXUS card?
I provided the following “Readers Digest” answer on Quora. But I thought I would provide a broader answer in this post.