What is Global Entry?
Members of the program can use Global Entry Customs Kiosks at more than 58 airports when returning to the U.S. from travel abroad.
This lets you avoid long customs and immigration lines and skip the completion of customs declaration forms.
Almost 2 million travelers have already joined and are enjoying shorter lines and less waiting. More airport terminals, and cities are being added every month.
Global Entry Requirements
The Global Entry program is available for:
- U.S. citizens
- Lawful permanent residents
- Dutch citizens
- South Korean citizens
- German citizens
- Panamanian citizens
- Mexican citizens
- Peruvian citizens
- Brazilian citizens (eligible for Global Entry and expected to join the program on first half of 2016)
- Canadian citizens (residents may enjoy Global Entry benefits through membership in the NEXUS program)
After your Global Entry application is conditionally approved by the CBP, an in person interview with a Customs and Border Protection officer will be required.
There are 86 locations in the U.S. and abroad for your Global Entry Interview.
Global Entry Benefits
Still interested in the Global Entry Program? A thorough description of Global Entry benefits will provide clarity.