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Global Entry

CBP’s Global Entry Program Expands to PortMiami

MIAMI – Starting December 1, PortMiami will be the first seaport to host a Global Entry Enrollment Center to assist the traveling public with completing new and renewal applications.

CBP officers staffing PortMiami Global Entry Enrollment Center will be able to help candidates complete their application processing and their conditionally approved, in-person interviews as the final step in the membership enrollment process.

CBP signage at the seaport provides additional information and directions to assist with the enrollment process.

CBP adds Global Entry interviews at Houlton Enrollment Center

HOULTON, Maine — U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is adding Global Entry interview processing at the Houlton Enrollment Center starting Nov. 4.

Global Entry Applicants are now able to schedule an interview at the Houlton Enrollment Center, located at 27 Customs Loop, Houlton, Maine. Houlton Enrollment Center hours are Fridays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Applicants can schedule their interview on the CBP’s Trusted Traveler portal.

Global Entry Touchless Portal Instructions

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has introduced technological enhancements to the Global Entry (GE) arrival process. The new Global Entry Touchless Portals, using biometric facial comparison technology, enhance the Global Entry experience for both travelers and CBP officers, by reducing physical touchpoints and expediting member processing. The portals will eliminate the issuance of paper receipts and leverage mobile officer technology, thereby providing a secure, streamlined, and touchless experience for Global Entry members arriving from international travel.

Global Entry Begins Touchless, Receipt-less Processing at MCI

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is pleased to announce that with the opening of the new airport terminal at the Kansas City International Airport (MCI), CBP has upgraded its Global Entry processing technology and eliminated the need for paper receipts for Global Entry members. While ensuring the safety and security of personal information, the upgraded process provides a better streamlined, and touchless experience for Global Entry members traveling internationally while protecting the privacy of all travelers.

CBP Hosting Enrollment Events in Memphis and Little Rock for Conditionally Approved Global Entry Applicants

NEW ORLEANS, La. — Over the next two weeks, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers will be hosting five-day Global Entry enrollment events in Memphis, Tenn., and in Little Rock, Ark., for individuals who have been conditionally approved to complete the interview portion for this trusted traveler program.

CBP emite consejos a medida que comienzan los viajes de verano en el Caribe

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico— Las operaciones en el Caribe de Aduanas y Protección Fronteriza (CBP) anunció hoy una serie de recomendaciones para los viajeros, ya que se espera un aumento en el número de llegadas internacionales a partir de este fin de semana como parte de la temporada de viajes de verano.

El fin de semana del Día de la Recordación (Memorial Day) marca el comienzo de la temporada de viajes de verano y, con ella, un aumento anticipado en el número de llegadas internacionales a los aeropuertos de Puerto Rico y las Islas Vírgenes estadounidenses.

CBP Issues Tips as Caribbean Summer Travel Starts

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) operations in the Caribbean issued a public recommendation today for travelers, as an increase in the number of international arrivals is expected to start this weekend as part of the summer travel season.

Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the summer travel season and with it an anticipated increment in the number of international arrivals to airports in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.