Global Entry program grows to 4,000 participants

10/29/2008 | Federal Computer Week

Some 4,000 international travelers have signed up for Global Entry, a DHS program designed to speed arrivals for frequent fliers entering the U.S. The program, which debuted in June, is now operating in seven airports, according to DHS. Participants undergo background checks and personal interviews in addition to submitting fingerprints. Once cleared for the Global Entry program, they can bypass immigration lines in favor of kiosks when arriving in the U.S.

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