How To Add Tsa Precheck To Delta App
Download Article Download Article Need to add your TSA PreCheck number to your Delta Airlines account? If you’ve applied for TSA PreCheck to save time walking through airport security, you can easily add your PreCheck number (Known Traveler Number) to your Delta Airlines profile online.

  1. 1 Go to and sign in. You can use any web browser on your computer, phone, or tablet to add your Known Traveler Number (KTN) to your Delta profile.
    • While it’s not possible to add PreCheck in the Delta mobile app, you’ll be able to pull up your PreCheck details in the mobile app after adding your KTN to your profile in a web browser.
  2. 2 Click your name and select Profile, You’ll see your name at the top-right corner of the page. Advertisement
  3. 3 Click + Add next to “Secure Flight Info.” It’s the second option under “Personal Details.”
  4. 4 Type your Known Travel number into the first field. This is the 9-digit number provided to you during your TSA application process. It usually begins with TT if you applied through the TSA PreCheck Application program.
    • If you lost your KTN, you can look it up online at,
    • If you’re approved for Global Entry, NEXUS, or SENTRI, use the CBP PASSID, which is the number that usually begins with 15, 98, or 99 on the back of your card. You’ll also find your PASSID in your account information at,
  5. 5 Click Save to save your changes. Your PreCheck number is now saved to your profile.
    • If the name on your Delta account doesn’t match what’s on your driver’s license or passport, you won’t be able to use PreCheck. If you need to update your name in your profile, fill out the Identify Verification form at to get things sorted out.
    • If you’ve already booked a flight through Delta or a travel service like Expedia or Orbitz, check your existing reservations to make sure your KTN is available. Depending on how you booked your travel, you might need to edit your reservation to add your KTN to each booking.
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  • If the name on your ID is not the same as what the TSA has on file for you, you can contact the TSA by calling (855) 347-8371 or submit on online request,
  • If you add your KTN too close to your travel date, you might not see the TSA PreCheck logo on your boarding pass. In this situation, you can talk to a Delta representative at the airport to make sure your TSA security check goes smoothly.
  • If you also fly with other airlines like Southwest or American Airlines, be sure to add your KTN to your profile with those services as well.

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How do I add TSA PreCheck to Delta after booking?

For existing Delta reservations – Can you add TSA PreCheck to an existing reservation Delta? Yes, those reservations can also be updated to add your PreCheck number. Find your reservation on Delta’s website, then edit your passenger details to update your information.

Why is my TSA PreCheck not showing on boarding pass Delta?

There’s an Error on Your Booking – A typo in your name, date of birth, or Known Traveler Number will throw off the system and prevent you from being issued TSA PreCheck. Carefully review the information on your boarding pass and airline profile and make sure it exactly matches your Trusted Traveler profile. Even something as small as a hyphen can trigger an error.

Can you add TSA PreCheck after checking in?

Boarding passes – If you’re eligible for TSA PreCheck, your boarding pass will show TSA PreCheck. If you add your KTN after checking in, you’ll need to get a new boarding pass.

How do I add Global Entry to TSA PreCheck?

Travelers cannot upgrade from TSA PreCheck to Global Entry – Although TSA PreCheck and Global Entry can speed up different screenings at airports, you cannot upgrade a TSA PreCheck membership to include Global Entry. A main reason is that the programs have distinct purposes.

How long does it take to get Global Entry if you have TSA PreCheck?

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  • You’ve just booked that much-desired vacation, but the horror stories you’re hearing about airport security lines are making you think twice.
  • Fortunately, you don’t need to fret about long security queues.

Thanks to a variety of programs out there, it’s possible to bypass some of the longest queues in US airports. While there are TSA PreCheck and CLEAR for helping to get you expedited access through airport security, Global Entry is the best solution for long queues at immigration when returning to the United States.

  • But Global Entry’s features extend beyond immigration, too, thanks to the inclusion of PreCheck.
  • Whether you’re flying domestically or internationally, Global Entry will give you quicker access to two different expedited lines, making your trip that much more enjoyable.
  • Before jumping into what to expect in a Global Entry interview, it’s important to understand what the program is.

With Global Entry, you’ll be able to get expedited clearance when entering the United States. The US Customs and Border Protection program allows low-risk travelers who have been pre-approved to enter via a Global Entry kiosk. Instead of waiting in what is often a long line wrapped through airport corridors, you can go straight to a Global Entry self-service kiosk, scan your fingerprints and passport and ultimately be on your way.

  1. Ultimately, not having to wait in line to talk to an immigration officer is the ideal situation after a long international flight.
  2. Expedited access with Global Entry goes beyond clearing immigration as well.
  3. That’s because Global Entry also includes a TSA PreCheck membership — a completely separate program that allows you to access expedited TSA security lanes at select US airports.

Not only will you receive expedited security screening, but you won’t have to remove your laptop or TSA-approved liquids from your carry-on bag, Additionally, you’ll be able to keep on your shoes, belt and a light jacket when clearing security. This means once you receive your Global Entry membership, you’ll automatically have access to TSA PreCheck lines.

Global Entry is open to US citizens, US lawful permanent residents and citizens of more than a dozen countries, however, TSA PreCheck benefits are only available to US citizens and US lawful permanent residents. Additionally, while all travelers — even babies — must have their own Global Entry membership to access the Global Entry security lines, children 12 and younger can utilize the TSA PreCheck lines without a membership.

They just must be traveling with an adult who has been approved for the program. A Global Entry membership costs $100, which is valid for five years. Meanwhile, a TSA PreCheck membership on its own costs $78 and is also valid for five years, though you can renew online for a discounted price of $70 after that.

  1. Global Entry’s non-refundable $100 fee, which must be paid at the time of the application, may seem steep.
  2. But, considering that once you’re approved, your membership is valid for five years and you’ll have a much easier airport experience, it can be a worthwhile investment — especially for frequent travelers.

Although this isn’t a huge cost in the scheme of travel, there are many credit cards that will reimburse you for your Global Entry application fee, thus allowing you to obtain this membership for no added cost at all. There are even some credit cards offering this benefit that charge an annual fee of less than $100 a year, making them a solid option for getting your Global Entry membership for free.

  • For example, the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, The Platinum Card® from American Express, the Delta SkyMiles® Platinum American Express and other cards come with a $100 Global Entry statement credit that will allow you to get your membership at no extra cost to you.
  • Be sure to pay for your Global Entry application with the respective credit card, and fortunately, the names on your credit card and Global Entry application do not need to match.

So if you already have Global Entry — or find that you don’t actually need this membership — you can instead pay the fee for a friend or family member and still be reimbursed. With most credit cards, the credit is available once every four years. Before you apply for a Global Entry membership, you must create a Trusted Travelers Program account.

  • If you’re applying for a membership for your whole family, a separate Trusted Traveler account must be created for each member — even for children.
  • From there, you can start your Global Entry application form.
  • The application is quite substantial, asking for personal information, identifying characteristics, citizenship, current and past addresses, employment history, travel whereabouts over the past five years and any criminal history.

You’ll also need to enter personal information found on your passport and driver’s license, so make sure you have those two documents on hand before starting. However, if you need to take a break during the application process, you can save your information and return at a later time.

Once you’ve entered all of the requested information, you’ll pay the $100 fee and submit the application for review. From there, your application will undergo a full background check. Typically you’ll receive a decision on your application within 90 days, but with a lengthy backlog from the pandemic, there is a chance that it could take longer.

Once you’ve received your conditional approval notification, you’ll need to schedule an interview at a Global Entry Enrollment Center. Being conditionally approved does not automatically mean you’ve been approved for the program and have Global Entry access — and you can’t schedule an interview in advance.

Once you’re conditionally approved, you’ll have up to 24 months to schedule your Global Entry interview and 730 days to complete the interview. Although there are around 100 Global Entry Enrollment Centers, finding a location with open availability can be challenging. There’s a good chance that you’ll need to book months out or continuously check the site for openings to pop up.

When my husband enrolled last year, there was no availability at our closest enrollment facility in Boston. Instead, we made an arbitrary appointment four months out at a facility in New York City, with the hopes that maybe it would overlap with a work trip.

However, within that timeframe and after checking availability multiple times a week, many appointments opened up in Boston, allowing us to easily switch the interview to a time that worked better with his schedule. Fortunately, you can reschedule your appointment an unlimited number of times, so there’s no harm in scheduling an appointment, even if you aren’t completely certain you’ll make it.

Additionally, there are third-party services like Appointment Scanner that can send you text and email alerts if an appointment opens up, taking away the leg work of continuously checking for open appointments. If you want to expedite your interview, there’s an even easier way to snag a slot if you happen to be flying back to the US following an international trip.

  • Enrollment on Arrival allows those who applied for Global Entry to complete their interview upon entering the United States without a scheduled appointment.
  • CNN Underscored editor Emily McNutt recently renewed her Global Entry membership, did an Enrollment on Arrival interview after landing from an international trip and found the process to be a breeze.

With no scheduled appointment, she proceeded to an immigration agent who directed her to the dedicated Enrollment on Arrival agent. The agent asked her a few brief questions, such as where she had traveled from, confirmed her personal information and took a new photo.

  • The entire process took a mere five minutes in total.
  • If you’re eligible for an Enrollment on Arrival interview, you’ll still need to bring with you all of the required documentation — so make sure you pack all of the necessary information in your hand luggage prior to departing for your international flight.

For example, you’ll want to have a printed copy of your conditionally approved letter, a valid passport and another form of ID as well as proof of residency. There are about 50 airports supporting the Enrollment on Arrival interview process. While most are within the United States, there are a select few in foreign countries that offer pre-clearance.

  • The Trusted Traveler Program recently launched a pilot program allowing some members to participate in a remote interview.
  • As of now, this is only for those renewing their Global Entry membership and not for those new to the program.
  • Additionally, to be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old, have a photo on file with US Customs and Border Protection that was taken within the past 10 years (after the age of 14) and have previously submitted fingerprints.

Once you’ve secured an interview, you’ll want to make sure to bring all required documents with you — even if you’re going the route of Enrollment on Arrival. This includes a printed copy of your conditionally approved letter, a valid passport plus another form of ID (such as your driver’s license) and proof of residency (such as a utility bill).

  • It’s important to arrive on time — or even a few minutes early — to make sure your time slot doesn’t ultimately go to someone else.
  • When my husband went about six months ago, he had the first appointment of the morning and didn’t have to wait at all.
  • However, for my interview three years ago, my kids and I had about a 20-minute wait.

The interview itself typically takes no longer than five to 15 minutes. A Customs and Border Protection officer will generally ask for your documents and some additional questions, largely to verify the information on your application. Some questions we’ve been asked include the countries we’ve recently visited and our reason for travel.

  1. You may also be asked for details on your job, employer and if you’ve ever had issues entering the US.
  2. They’ll also take your fingerprints and a picture of you, which will be included on your Global Entry membership card.
  3. If you’re approved, at the end of the interview, you’ll immediately be enrolled into the program and be given your Known Traveler Number (KTN).

Your Global Entry membership card will arrive in the mail anywhere between seven to 10 business days after approval and you have 30 days to activate your card. Even though you will not have the card in hand when leaving the appointment, you can start using the benefits immediately at Global Entry kiosks and at TSA PreCheck lines.

What’s better TSA PreCheck or Global Entry?

Should I get Global Entry or TSA PreCheck? – In most cases, Global Entry is a better choice, especially if you travel internationally. Not only does it include TSA PreCheck but it will also expedite your re-entry back into the U.S. when you arrive from abroad.

  • If you’re paying out of pocket, Global Entry is only $22 more.
  • There are also many credit cards that reimburse the cost of either program, so you may already be able to apply for Global Entry for free essentially.
  • However, Global Entry has fewer enrollment locations than TSA PreCheck does, so take into consideration the time and effort you might have to spend going to the interview.

Frequently asked questions Is TSA PreCheck included in Global Entry? Yes, Global Entry includes TSA PreCheck in addition to expediting your reentry to the U.S. from international destinations. Global Entry also offers faster processing when crossing the Mexican and Canadian borders.

  1. How do I apply for Global Entry? Visit the U.S.
  2. Customs and Border Protection website to start your application.
  3. After being conditionally approved, you’ll need to schedule an in-person interview to complete your enrollment.
  4. Is TSA PreCheck worth it? If you mostly travel domestically and want access to expedited security screening, TSA PreCheck may make sense for you.

If you travel internationally and want access to faster customs screening upon reentry to the U.S., consider Global Entry, which includes TSA PreCheck, instead. How can I get Global Entry for free? How do I get TSA PreCheck for free? Just like for Global Entry, many travel credit cards offer reimbursement for the TSA PreCheck application fee as a cardmember benefit.

How do I know if I have TSA PreCheck on Delta app?

On mobile boarding passes, the PreCheck logo will appear at the top-right corner above the barcode. Please note that if you are eligible for PreCheck the logo will appear on boarding passes throughout your itinerary, regardless of whether pre-screening lanes are available at your departure airport(s).

How do I check if I have TSA PreCheck on Delta?

How will I know that I can access TSA PreCheck® screening lanes? Participating airlines display a TSA PreCheck® indicator directly on your boarding pass if you are eligible for TSA PreCheck based on your provided Known Traveler Number (KTN). Please ensure you add your KTN to your airline reservation while booking the reservation.

  1. If you do not have a valid boarding pass with a TSA PreCheck indicator on it, you cannot access the TSA PreCheck lane.
  2. If you believe you should have the TSA PreCheck indicator on your boarding pass but did not receive it, please call the TSA Contact Center at (866) 289-9673,, or contact us at @AskTSA on Twitter and Facebook Messenger.

: How will I know that I can access TSA PreCheck® screening lanes?

Why am i not able to check in Delta?

You can only be checked in for one trip at a time. If you are flying Delta more than once within a 24 hour period, you will be able to check in once your previous trip is complete. If you are traveling with a seat request card or don’t currently have a seat assignment, we’ll wait to issue a boarding pass at the gate.

Can you add KTN after checking in Delta?

Are TSA PreCheck and the Known Traveler number the same thing? – All people whose applications for TSA PreCheck expedited screening are approved are given a Known Traveler Number (KTN). When making airline travel plans, the KTN must be entered in the KTN field for the TSA PreCheck indicator to show up on your boarding pass.

Do I automatically get TSA PreCheck with Global Entry?

What is the difference between Global Entry, TSA PreCheck® and the other Trusted Traveler programs? TSA PreCheck® and Global Entry are both Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Trusted Traveler Programs. TSA PreCheck® provides expedited security screening benefits for flights departing from U.S.

Airports. Global Entry provides expedited U.S. customs screening for international air travelers when entering the United States. Global Entry members also receive TSA PreCheck® benefits as part of their membership. Before you apply, we recommend that you review the various DHS trusted traveler programs, such as the TSA PreCheck® Application Program, Global Entry, NEXUS, or SENTRI, to ensure you meet the eligibility requirements and determine the best program for you.

If you travel internationally four or more times a year, consider enrolling in Global Entry. If you take less than four international trips a year, TSA PreCheck is a great choice for domestic travelers. For more information on all of the DHS Trusted Traveler Programs use the DHS interactive,

Do I need both TSA PreCheck and Global Entry?

The bottom line – Global Entry includes TSA PreCheck, but TSA PreCheck does not include Global Entry. So if you’re planning on traveling internationally, you should just apply for Global Entry. That way, you’ll get the advantages of having both Global Entry and TSA PreCheck.

How do I add Global Entry to my flight info?

How It Works – If you are an eligible Global Entry, NEXUS or SENTRI member, enter your membership number (PASS ID) in the “Known Traveler Number” field when booking reservations, or enter it into your frequent flyer profile with the airline. The membership number enables Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Secure Flight System to verify that you are a legitimate CBP Trusted Traveler and eligible to participate in TSA PreCheck ®,

Can I just walk in for Global Entry interview?

No Global Entry appointments available? This is heard all too often. It can be tough to schedule a Global Entry appointment at a facility that is convenient for you, and in some instances, it can require waiting months. Some travelers try to schedule an appointment at an airport enrollment center with a flight they are taking, but even finding one that fits your schedule can be challenging.

  • The Enrollment on Arrival program, then, can be convenient for those who want to complete some of the formalities at the airport after an international trip.
  • It’s not as convenient as it sounds though — you must have already enrolled online and received conditional approval to be eligible for the Global Entry interview walk-in option.

Of course, you’ll also need to be arriving from a flight abroad, but at least you can complete the interview without an appointment. It is possible to handle the Global Entry walk-in interview on arrival if you plan. Here’s what you need to know to be well-prepared for it.

Created by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency, this program assesses low-risk travelers and provides them with expedited access through immigration at airports and other border patrols. It is a great way to avoid waiting in long lines when entering the United States. There is a $100 enrollment fee, but there are ways to have that reimbursed (which we will get into later).

To apply, one must complete an online form and attend an in-person interview. It can take around three months for some records to be reviewed, as a thorough background check is conducted. Once approved, Global Entry is valid for five years and includes TSA PreCheck, which is helpful even when traveling domestically.

Does Global Entry get you through customs faster?

Your membership allows you expedited entry upon arrival in the U.S. With your Global Entry membership, you have chosen one of the fastest, most technologically advanced ways to speed international travel. This guide explains what you’ll need to know to use Global Entry in your international journeys.

Is TSA PreCheck worth it?

Does TSA PreCheck actually save time? – Yes, TSA PreCheck can save you time at airport security. Many TSA PreCheck members spent an average of five minutes in airport security in February 2023, according to the TSA website, If you’ve ever waited in line for a security screening at the airport, you know getting through can take much longer than five minutes.

  1. TSA PreCheck membership provides access to lanes that are designated for select travelers.
  2. Although many people are eligible for TSA PreCheck, many travelers don’t have it.
  3. Therefore, the designated TSA security lanes often have fewer people waiting which often leads to shorter wait times.
  4. There’s also the convenience of not removing shoes, devices, etc.

You could pack and dress to make the security process easier; however, not having to unpack or undress can be much faster than having to do so.

Can I use TSA PreCheck in Europe?

There’s no TSA PreCheck in Europe (womp womp), but at select Europe airports, travelers can reserve a time slot in advance (free of charge) then head to the front of the security line.

What is the known traveler number for Global Entry?

What is a Known Traveler Number (KTN)? A Known Traveler Number (KTN) is issued to all individuals approved to receive TSA PreCheck® expedited screening. The KTN must be added in the KTN field when booking airline travel reservations to have the TSA PreCheck® indicator appear on your boarding pass.

For members approved for the TSA PreCheck® Application Program, this number is 9 digits long, can be a combination of numbers and letters and typically begins with TT. For members approved for Global Entry, NEXUS, or SENTRI, the KTN is the CBP PASSID. This nine-digit number usually begins with 15, 98 or 99 and can be found on the back of your NEXUS, SENTRI, or Global Entry card or by logging on to the Trusted Traveler Program website.

Your trusted traveler card will not grant you access to TSA PreCheck® lanes, instead you must add your PASSID number in the KTN field when making airline reservations to ensure the TSA PreCheck® indicator appears on your boarding pass. : What is a Known Traveler Number (KTN)?

Does clear work in Europe?

Whether or not CLEAR is a game changer depends on the passenger/customer. If you have TSA PreCheck, CLEAR membership generally only saves you a minute or two. But if you don’t have PreCheck, it can potentially chop off all the time off the TSA queues before the officer who checks your ID/boarding pass.

That can be quite a bit of time, depending on the length of the queue. In recent months, CLEAR has also been slowly introducing reservation systems at select airports, It’s called CLEAR Reserve. You make an appointment X number of hours or days ahead of time, and when it’s “your time,” you can bypass the pre-security queue.

CLEAR membership is only open to U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents 18 and older with a valid government-issued photo ID. CLEAR is also only available at select (45 of ’em!) airports in the United States. However in March, 2022, CLEAR introduced its first reservation system outside the U.S.

– Calgary Int’l Airport (YYC) is the first airport in Canada to use CLEAR Reserve (although CLEAR itself is not in use at YYC yet – only CLEAR Reserve is). It’s called YYC Express and includes FREE advanced reservations and onsite appointments at Security D for all departing passengers within D’s checkpoint hours on any airline.

YYC Express must be working pretty well because CLEAR has just announced the f irst European airport to introduce virtual queuing, located at Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER). It’s called BER Runway and it’s been developed by Copenhagen Optimization and CLEAR.

Reserve: To use the free BER Runway lane, just visit the dedicated website where you can enter your flight details, the size of your party, and find a reservation time that works for you. Confirm: Once you select your reservation time, finish booking by entering your email, and confirming your details. You’ll receive a confirmation email and QR code. Go: When you arrive at Terminal 1, look for signs pointing to the BER Runway lane. Scan your QR code and enjoy the fast lane right to security.

You can make online reservations for you and your party up to 72 hours in advance of a flight’s scheduled departure. Reservation times are available based on the passenger’s selected flight; slots are available starting at least 60 minutes before Schengen flights and at least 90 minutes before non-Schengen flights.

  1. The dedicated BER Runway security lane is open between 4:30am and 8:30pm.
  2. Just like the other CLEAR Reserve opportunities, you don’t need to be a member of CLEAR to use this reservation.
  3. Oh, and the cool thing about CLEAR Reserve being in Germany? Welp, if you have TSA PreCheck, CLEAR’s various reservation systems around the U.S.

doesn’t really do much for you, because they don’t have dedicated lines that go to the PreCheck queues. But in Germany? Not an issue. 😉 CLEAR Reserve can help you plan your time, which is important when going to an airport. Again, the reservation system remains free at this time – I hope it stays that way.

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How do I get Delta facial recognition?

Delta Unveils New Face Recognition Screen That Displays Personalized Flight Information July 5, 2022 / 10:14 PM / CW50 Detroit (CBS DETROIT) – Changes in technology are happening at Delta Airlines in the Detroit Metro Airport. The airline, in partnership with, is creating a personalized digital information screen for passengers.

After moving through security at Detroit, customers will see the Parallel Reality display near the Delta Sky Club (Concourse A, McNamara Terminal). To initiate the experience:

All customers are welcome to interact with the experience. Ticketed passengers can simply scan their boarding pass. Customers enrolled in digital identity through the Fly Delta App can activate facial recognition at the exhibit kiosk.

Leveraging multi-view pixels and proprietary technology, the PARALLEL REALITY experience enables each customer to see personalized, in-language messages – tailored just to them – as they walk past the digital screen.

Tailored messages include personalized wayfinding, flight information or updates to boarding time. This experience will always be opt-in, and customer information is not stored.

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How do I know if I have Global Entry?

Global Entry Frequently Asked Questions Global Entry is a risk-based approach to facilitate the entry of pre-approved travelers. Applicants may not qualify for Global Entry participation if they:

Provide false or incomplete information on the application;Have been convicted of any criminal offense or have pending criminal charges, including outstanding warrants;Have been found in violation of any customs, immigration or agriculture regulations or laws in any country;Are subjects of an ongoing investigation by any federal, state or local law enforcement agency;Have been denied for the purchase of a firearm;Have received a criminal pardon from any country;Are inadmissible to the U.S. under immigration regulation, including applicants with approved waivers of inadmissibility or parole documentation; or if theyCannot satisfy CBP of their low-risk status or meet other program requirements.

You can visit the FBI website for additional information ().

To challenge your firearm denial, please visit


To submit a challenge through the mail, please mail your request to:

FBI CJIS Division Attn: Criminal History Analysis Team 1 BTC 3 1000 Custer Hollow Road Clarksburg, WV 26306

(When submitting a challenge via mail, include your NICS Transaction Number (NTN) or State Transaction Number (STN). Failure to include these numbers will delay processing.) TTP works with countries around the world to provide foreign nationals with access to the Global Entry Program.

There may be additional requirements you must meet depending on our country of citizenship. To find current foreign partner agreements and if additional requirements must be met, select an and your country of citizenship. If your country has a bilateral trusted traveler arrangement with CBP, you may participate in Global Entry provided you are not entering the U.S.

under one of the following visa categories:

C-1 – Alien in TransitC-2 – Alien in Transit to United NationsC-3 – Foreign Government Official In transitH-1C – Registered NurseH-2A – Agricultural workerH-2B – Unskilled workerH-2R – Returning H-2BH-3 – TraineeK-1 – Fiancé of U.S. CitizenK-2 – Child of K-1K-3 – Spouse of U.S. CitizenK-4 – Child of K-3M-1 – Vocational studentM-2 – Spouse/child of M-1N-8 – Parent of SK-3N-9 – Child of N-8, SK-1, SK-2, SK-4Q-1 – Participant in an International Exchange ProgramQ-2 – Irish Peace Process Cultural and Training Program PrincipalQ-3 – Spouse and Minor Children of Q-2S-5 – Witness/InformantS-6 – Witness/InformantS-7 – Family members of S-5, S-6T-1 – Trafficking victimT-2 – Spouse of T-1T-3 – Child of T-1T-4 – Parent of T-1T-5 – Sibling of T-1U-1 – Criminal Activity VictimU-2 – Spouse of U-1U-3 – Child of U-1U-4 – Parent of U-1U-5 – Sibling of U-1

If the kiosk receipt has an “X” printed on it, you must report to a CBP officer at the nearest staffed CBP passport control booth. You do not have to get back in line. The CBP officer at the passport control booth will review your documents, determine the reason for the “X” and either release you from there or refer you to “secondary” for additional processing.

  1. The “X” can mean many different things: random inspection; your fingerprints may not have matched; or other issues.
  2. You must have the “X” cleared before proceeding to the exit control point or you will be directed back to passport control for processing.
  3. The kiosk receipt shows the CBP officer that you have successfully used the kiosk.

If the kiosk receipt has an “O” printed on it, you have declared something. You must collect your luggage and proceed to the exit point to meet with an officer to discuss the declaration. The head of the line privilege is only available at U.S. airports that have Global Entry.

  • The head of the line privilege is reserved for program members if the technology is unavailable, if a member gets referred to a CBP officer, and at the exit points.U.S.
  • Lawful permanent residents must use their I-551 permanent resident card at the Global Entry kiosk/portal. Yes.
  • You must declare all agricultural products that you bring into the U.S.

Failure to declare agricultural products can result in up to $10,000 in, No. Global Entry members can choose not to use the Global Entry technology and can be processed by CBP officers. No, only Global Entry members can use the Global Entry lanes. After you have submitted your application and scheduled an interview at a, contact the Global Entry Enrollment Center where your interview is scheduled to request a reasonable modification or auxiliary aid or service to complete the Global Entry application process.

  • Requests for a modification, aid, or service should be made as soon as possible and prior to the date of an interview to allow sufficient time for making the appropriate arrangements at the interview location.U.S.
  • Citizens enrolled in Global Entry may use the Smartgate system when entering Australia and/or New Zealand without registration.U.S.

Citizens may apply for the Dutch Privium program, the Korean SES program, Panama’s Global Pass, Taiwan’s e-Gate, Germany’s EasyPASS, or the Mexican Viajero Confiable program for expedited entry into those countries. Additional fees and enrollment interviews may apply.

  • The Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) PreCheck allows for expedited airport screening at TSA checkpoints in specific airports.
  • Global Entry members are eligible for TSA PreCheck benefits.
  • For more information Yes, Korean citizens may apply for Global Entry.
  • Orean citizens must first enroll in the Smart Entry Service (SES) program operated by the Korean Immigration Service.

Korean citizens submit Global Entry applications through the, After submitting the Global Entry application, Korean applicants must then create a Trusted Traveler Programs (TTP) account. Applicants will log into the account and pay the $100 Global Entry application fee.

Once conditionally approval status is granted, applicants will be invited to schedule a Global Entry interview through their TTP account at an or via when arriving to the U.S. on an international flight complete the enrollment process. Yes. To participate in Global Entry, Korean applicants must be at least 17 years of age.

Yes.U.S. citizens may apply for the Korean SES program. Applications for SES may be submitted through the TTP website. Once conditionally approved in the SES program, applicants must visit an SES enrollment center (in Korea) to complete the enrollment process and pay the fee.

  • The SES fee for U.S.
  • Citizens is $100 (this is in addition to the $100 Global Entry fee).
  • If you have additional questions or for more information on the Trusted Traveler Programs.
  • Find your Trusted Traveler’s membership number by logging into your Trusted Traveler Programs (TTP) account.
  • The membership number is listed toward the top of the page.

The membership number, also known as your PASS ID, is also on the back of Trusted Traveler cards. All Global Entry members can update their passport information through their TTP account. Click on “Update Documents.” If the passport update involves a name change, you must visit a Global Entry enrollment center to update your information.

If you would like a copy of your Identity History Summary, you may submit a request to the FBI. The FBI offers three options for requesting your summary or proof that a summary doesn’t exist. For more information, please read the brochure. If you believe your Identity History Summary contains inaccurate or incomplete information, you may request a change or correction by contacting the agency or agencies that originally submitted the information to the FBI.

However, most states require that changes of Identity History Summary information be processed through their respective state centralized agency (State Identification Bureau). For the State Identification Bureau listing refer to:, For more information, please read the brochure.

  1. Only U.S. Citizens, U.S.
  2. Lawful Permanent Residents, and Mexican nationals are issued Global Entry cards.
  3. CBP accepts Global Entry cards for lawful U.S.
  4. Entry at land and sea ports of entry.
  5. Global Entry cards have radio frequency identification, which enables their use at SENTRI and NEXUS expedited travel lanes entering the U.S.

Global Entry cards are not valid for entry into Canada via the NEXUS lanes and kiosks. Global Entry cards are not accepted at Global Entry kiosks, which require passports or U.S. lawful permanent resident cards. Global Entry card holders must follow all program rules for SENTRI and NEXUS when using the card at land and sea ports of entry.

CBP began issuing Global Entry radio frequency identification (RFID) cards on July 12, 2011, to new Global Entry members who are U.S. citizens, U.S. lawful permanent residents, and Mexican nationals (who do not already have a SENTRI card) at no additional cost. No, it is not necessary to obtain a Global Entry card to continue using Global Entry an airport.

A card is only required for expedited entry at the SENTRI and NEXUS lanes coming into the United States. New enrollees will receive their Global Entry card 7-10 business days after approval for Global Entry. If you have a U.S. address, the card will be mailed there.

If you do not have a U.S. address, it will be sent to your designated U.S. point of contact or to a Global Entry enrollment center that you designate. Activate your card within 30 days of receipt or you will be unable to use your card at the Trusted Traveler lanes. To activate your card, log into your TTP account.

After you sign in, click on the Activate Membership Card button under the Program Membership(s) section on the Homepage. You can request a replacement card by logging into your TTP account and selecting Manage Membership. Next select Request for Global Entry Card.

A $25 fee is charged for the replacement card. By requesting the replacement card, the original card will be deactivated and no longer functional. Log into your account. From your Dashboard click on the “Add Trusted Traveler Program.” Select the checkbox next to the NEXUS option. You will need to provide additional information and answer questions; (some of these questions are very similar).

Once all the application information is entered/ corrected, certify your application and pay the fee. Applicants seeking to use NEXUS to enter Canada must complete an enrollment interview with the Canada Border Services Agency. Global Entry members who wish to drive their vehicle in the SENTRI lanes, must register their vehicle with CBP and schedule an appointment at a SENTRI enrollment center to conduct a 7-point vehicle inspection.

  • There are no additional requirements for a member to use the NEXUS lanes coming into the U.S.
  • However, Global Entry cards are not valid for entry into Canada via the NEXUS lanes and kiosks; travelers must apply separately for NEXUS.
  • If you register your vehicle in SENTRI as part of your initial Global Entry application, there is no fee.

If you wish to register your vehicle after your initial application, you must pay a $42 registration fee for a CBP vehicle inspection at a SENTRI enrollment center. All current NEXUS members, U.S. citizens, and U.S. lawful permanent residents who are SENTRI members, are eligible to use Global Entry once they provide fingerprints and document information to CBP.

If CBP already has your fingerprints and document information on file, you can use Global Entry without further action and at no additional cost. If you are a Mexican national in SENTRI, you must apply for Global Entry through your TTP account. For additional Global Entry benefit information, log on to your TTP account.

No, when you use the Global Entry kiosk/portal, you will need to use your passport or U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident card. The Global Entry cards do not work when entering the United States by air through the Global Entry kiosks/portals. No, when you use the Global Entry kiosk/portal, you will need to use your passport or U.S.

  1. Lawful Permanent Resident card.
  2. The SENTRI cards do not work when entering the U.S.
  3. By air through the Global Entry kiosks/portals.
  4. The NEXUS card will be recognized by the Global Entry kiosks/portals in Canada Preclearance locations only.
  5. When using the Global Entry kiosks/portals in Canada Preclearance locations you can use your passport, U.S.

Lawful Permanent Resident card, or NEXUS card. You cannot use your NEXUS card at Global Entry kiosks/portals outside of Canadian Preclearance locations. At all other ports of entry, you will need to use your passport or U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident card.

  1. Anyone with a travel document is eligible to apply for SENTRI.
  2. Contact the information center at 1 (877) 227-5511 to cancel or reschedule within 24 hours.
  3. Global Entry benefits are member specific and cannot be extended to others. Yes.
  4. Children may enroll in Global Entry.
  5. Minor children 18 years or younger are required to have parental or legal guardianship permission.

Minor children that do not have a parent or legal guardian enrolled in Global Entry may enroll. A parent or legal guardian must give permission and must be present at the time of the interview. No. Applicants must have already completed the application through website.

And received a Conditional Approval notification to complete the EoA. You can still participate in EoA upon arriving in the United States at an EoA eligible airport if you already have an interview scheduled. Simply proceed to the EoA CBP booth upon arrival at the CBP inspection hall. Your scheduled interview will be canceled automatically after you complete the enrollment on arrival process.

No further action is needed on your part. No. Only those who are entering the U.S. Customs and Border Protection area after arriving from an international flight can participate in EoA. Individuals traveling through domestic airports may verify whether the airport has an Enrollment Center at which they may schedule an interview or can immediately accept conditionally approved persons to complete walk-in enrollments.

  • You may verify the locations and Enrollment Centers’ hours of operation online through the, No.
  • A Global Entry conditionally approved applicant may simply arrive at an EoA booth in the CBP inspection hall at a participating airport. No.
  • Traveling to an EoA participating airport is a decision of convenience for the applicant.

This depends on the airport at which you’re arriving. Please check with a CBP Officer at the Enrollment on Arrival Port of Entry to determine if your complete travel party can utilize the EoA lane. To complete the interview via EoA, you must be in possession of the following documents:

A valid passport. If you travel using more than one passport, please bring them all to the interview so that the information can be added to your file.Documents providing evidence of residency. Examples are: driver’s license (if the address is current), mortgage statement, rental payment statement, utility bill, etc. This is not required for minors.A permanent resident card (if applicable).

The final decision notification timeline can vary. Please monitor your email and check your TTP account for updates regarding the status of your Global Entry application.U.S. Customs and Border Protection is currently planning to expand EoA to additional airports. Travelers can review the for EoA expansion updates., : Global Entry Frequently Asked Questions

How does TSA PreCheck work?

Summer travel plans? Enroll in TSA PreCheck® for a better, faster and easier travel experience. – The TSA PreCheck® application program allows U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents to directly apply for TSA PreCheck® expedited screening. Be part of an expedited security screening program that helps take the stress out of travel.

Is TSA PreCheck worth it?

Does TSA PreCheck actually save time? – Yes, TSA PreCheck can save you time at airport security. Many TSA PreCheck members spent an average of five minutes in airport security in February 2023, according to the TSA website, If you’ve ever waited in line for a security screening at the airport, you know getting through can take much longer than five minutes.

  1. TSA PreCheck membership provides access to lanes that are designated for select travelers.
  2. Although many people are eligible for TSA PreCheck, many travelers don’t have it.
  3. Therefore, the designated TSA security lanes often have fewer people waiting which often leads to shorter wait times.
  4. There’s also the convenience of not removing shoes, devices, etc.

You could pack and dress to make the security process easier; however, not having to unpack or undress can be much faster than having to do so.