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Not So Trusted Travelers from Global Entry Program

Release Date: 
March 5, 2014

Detroit - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at Detroit Metro Airport announces that three travelers enrolled in the Global Entry program have been removed due to zero tolerance violations of program rules.

Global Entry is a CBP program that allows expedited clearance for pre-approved, low-risk travelers upon arrival in the United States. The program benefits CBP and participating foreign governments by allowing them to focus efforts on unknown and potentially higher risk air travelers, thereby facilitating the movement of trusted travelers in a more efficient and effective manner.

“Global Entry provides a level of trust not afforded to regular air travelers,” said Devin Chamberlain, CBP Port Director. “Violations of any kind will result in removal from the program.”

The violators, all returning U.S. citizens failed to declare personal use steroids and prescription drugs and failed to report the transport of currency over $10,000. Two events occurred February 26 and the last March 1, 2014.

Travelers who want to learn more about the Global Entry program can obtain information from the CBP website or the Global Entry website.

In addition, Global Entry members who are U.S. and Canadian citizens also receive the benefits of TSA’s PreCheck program.

Last modified: 
February 3, 2021