Columnist Catharine Hamm describes the process she went through to obtain Global Entry status, which allows for expedited security screening at airports. "For $100 for five years, you not only get to whisk through U.S. customs, but as a bonus you also get PreCheck status, which means you don't have to take off your belt, shoes or jacket or remove your laptop and liquids from your carry-on," she writes.
Column: How to obtain Global Entry status
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