Articles tagged “global entry”

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New York Is Suing to Challenge Trump Administration’s Block on Global Entry

Let's hope New York state wins here. The Trump Administration has severely over-reached with its Global Entry decision.

New York Is Suing to Challenge Trump Administration’s Block on Global Entry

Tourism

U.S. Customs Delays Could Get Even Longer As Global Entry Staff Transferred

Does anyone remember the misplaced hope that President Trump would act as though he were the hotelier-in-chief or a pro-travel President? But then came Muslim travel bans, shutting down U.S. travel to Cuba, and — the latest — depleting staffing conducting Global Entry interviews.

U.S. Customs Delays Could Get Even Longer As Global Entry Staff Transferred

Tourism

Trump Travel Ban Led to a Global Entry Program Purge

We reported last year that members of "Trusted Traveler" programs were losing their privileges following the travel ban, and new documents add some details. While officials say travelers who were dropped in January of last year have been reinstated, the ban's overall impact on the programs remains unclear.

Trump Travel Ban Led to a Global Entry Program Purge

Airlines

Love Global Entry? 6 More Options That Speed Travelers Through Customs

Global Entry is the gateway drug. Now other countries are allowing you to skip through immigration faster than ever before. And it is easier than you would think.

Love Global Entry? 6 More Options That Speed Travelers Through Customs

Tourism

U.S. Customs Revoked Global Entry for Some Muslim Americans

Skift reported this story two months ago that the CBP was revoking Global Entry Enrollment from some Muslim-Americans and the CBP flatly denied it. This Bloomberg story confirmed that customs officials weren't telling the truth at the time.

U.S. Customs Revoked Global Entry for Some Muslim Americans

Tourism

Muslim-American Travelers Are Quietly Having Global Entry Privileges Revoked

While the public outcry may have died down while Americans await the Trump administration's next move, the recent travel ban may still be affecting U.S. citizens who are Muslim.

Muslim-American Travelers Are Quietly Having Global Entry Privileges Revoked

Airlines

TSA Will ‘Significantly Reduce’ Access to Precheck Lanes for Non-Members

Starting next month, TSA will limit the number of travelers who receive access to Precheck security lanes without joining the program. But the TSA is being cagey about exactly what this means, so we'll have to wait until February to see how this affects airport lines.

TSA Will ‘Significantly Reduce’ Access to Precheck Lanes for Non-Members

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Americans Travel to Albuquerque Airport for Faster Global Entry Approval

The trip to Albuquerque will take longer than going through customs suggesting few flyers will go far out of their way for the expedited process, and the airport's wait time will remain the shortest in the country.

Americans Travel to Albuquerque Airport for Faster Global Entry Approval

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Traveling via Global Entry as a Pre-Checked Traveler

The difference between Global Entry and PreCheck is still stark: The former offers a consistent experience for U.S. citizens while the latter is still a coin toss, depending on the time of day and the airport.

Traveling via Global Entry as a Pre-Checked Traveler

Airlines

U.S. Expands Global Entry to Include Travelers from UK, Germany, and Qatar

President Obama's initiatives -- including smoother visa processes abroad and expanding Global Entry -- aim to increase foreign arrivals and boost travel spend to $250 billion by 2012. A small but steady positive impact is already being seen.

U.S. Expands Global Entry to Include Travelers from UK, Germany, and Qatar