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UK nationals to get right to apply for US Global Entry access in a month!

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Global Entry – a real time saver at US Immigration – has been closed to applications from UK citizens for the past couple of years. In less than a month that changes and, after being checked by the UK Home Office, and paying a fee to them and the US Government, you can join the scheme. Subject to an interview in the US (or Qatar).

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Full text of TSAPre Email from Global Entry

For those that asked for the full text of the email I received yesterday, allowing me to use TSAPre, here it is: The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is partnering with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for the TSA Pre✓™ program.  TSA Pre✓™ allows eligible passengers to qualify for expedited screening at participating U.S. airports…

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Global Entry – done!

Background  About 6 weeks ago, when reading the vFlyer board I chanced upon a post about a UK based member of United’s Mileage Plus scheme who had managed to obtain an enrolment code to Global Entry. UK Citizens, you understand, are not entitled to apply for Global Entry in the normal course of events. However,  for some…

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