Keep it SIMPLE!

The government agencies responsible for border crossings are large, beaurocratic, and slow. They create multiple web sites with long, complicated URLs that no one can remember let alone tell to their friends. When they make updates, they often leave old information still published(!).

Now you can help!

Pass along word to your border-crossing friends that the following user-friendly and easy to remember web sites direct them straight to what they need:

Nexus Pass:

Border Crossing Traffic Webcams:

Official Government Websites in US and Canada

Link to us from your community and team websites, to help spread the word, and we will keep these pages simple and linking direct to the various government pages you need to simply get where you want to go!

How to Get a Nexus Card

You apply for a Nexus card online, and first time applications will require an in-person interview at one of the Border Services interview centers. For the Peace Arch Canadian-US Border crossing, the following Nexus interview centers may be convenient:

Blaine, Washington Nexus Card Center

9901 Pacific Highway, Blaine, WA 98230

Seattle, Washington Nexus Card Center

7277 Perimeter Road, Room 116, Seattle, WA, 98108

Downtown Vancouver Nexus Card Center

1611 Main Street, 4th Floor, Vancouver, B.C. V6A 2W5

Sweetgrass, Montana Nexus Card Center

U.S. Customs and Border Protection, 39825 Interstate 15, Sweetgrass, Montana 59484

Apply for a Nexus Pass Online

No matter how many times the United States and Canadian Web sites move their complicated URLs for the Nexus program, this page will maintain one direct link to the official Online Nexus Pass application forms.

Bookmark this page so you can return here and track the progress of your application.

Current Nexus Application and Tracking Page:  trusted Traveler Cards for Americans