Articles tagged “global entry”

Tourism

U.S. Customs to Hike Global Entry Program Fees by 20%

While Global Entry fees will increase to account for "continuation and management of the programs," U.S. Customs and Border Protection will eliminate application fees for minors.

U.S. Customs to Hike Global Entry Program Fees by 20%

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

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.

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.

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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

Tourism

Republicans question allowing Saudi Arabia into trusted traveler entry program

If the proper background checks have been done, then no reason why any country should be banned wholesale, short of embargoed countries like North Korea, Cuba and others.

Republicans question allowing Saudi Arabia into trusted traveler entry program

Airlines

Global Entry applicants denied for long-forgotten infractions of the law

Fliers are going to lengths to prove their innocence for teenage pranks gone wrong in a trend that highlights both the popularity of the trusted traveler program and the sharp memory of the US government.