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How Do I Fill Out My Baby’s SENTRI Application?

Question:  I’m filling out a SENTRI application for my 4 month old baby. I don’t understand what it means where it says guardian questions. Are these questions are for me?
Then where it says employment and years living in the home, are those questions for me the parent? Please help me

Answer:  The process for filing a baby’s SENTRI application can be complicated if you do not have a login.gov account for your baby or if you cannot remember how to login to their account. Easy Border Cards can help you to apply for your baby’s SENTRI application without the hassle. We charge a $129.99 service fee, payable via PayPal.

Please follow the link below to save time:

Baby’s SENTRI Application

 

  1. You should fill out the form as though you were your child e.g. Enter your baby’s name, date of birth and address.
  2. Your baby will need a unique email address (your personal email address will not be accepted by the government.
  3. In the section marked ‘Parent / Guardian Details’, you should fill out the section giving with your personal details.
  4. The rest of the whole form should be filled out as if the child were doing it themselves, which means in the employment section you must check ‘Child’ and there is no need to add further details except MONTH and YEAR i.e. the child’s date of birth. You can write ‘None’ for the rest of the fields.
  5. In the address section, if your baby is under 5 years, you only need to fill out the ‘Current Address’ section.

If you prefer to do baby’s SENTRI application yourself, you can apply here, but we save you time and only submit your application when it’s been thoroughly checked for accuracy


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How Do I Fill Out My Baby’s Global Entry Application?

baby trusted travelerQuestion:  I’m filling out a  Global Entry application for my 4 month old baby. I don’t understand what it means where it says guardian questions. Are these questions are for me?
Then where it says employment and years living in the home, are those questions for me the parent? Please help me

Answer:  The process for filing a baby’s Global Entry application can be complicated if you do not have a login.gov account for your baby or if you cannot remember how to login to their account. Easy Border Cards can help you to apply for your baby’s Global Entry application without the hassle. We charge a $129.99 service fee, payable via PayPal.

Please follow the link below to save time:

Baby’s Global Entry Application

 

  1. You should fill out the form as though you were your child e.g. Enter your baby’s name, date of birth and address.
  2. Your baby will need a unique email address (your personal email address will not be accepted by the government.
  3. In the section marked ‘Parent / Guardian Details’, you should fill out the section giving with your personal details.
  4. The rest of the whole form should be filled out as if the child were doing it themselves, which means in the employment section you must check ‘Child’ and there is no need to add further details except MONTH and YEAR i.e. the child’s date of birth. You can write ‘None’ for the rest of the fields.
  5. In the address section, if your baby is under 5 years, you only need to fill out the ‘Current Address’ section.

If you prefer to do baby’s Global Entry application yourself, you can apply here, but we save you time and only submit your application when it’s been thoroughly checked for accuracy


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How Do I Fill Out My Baby’s NEXUS Application?

Question:  I’m filling out a  NEXUS application for my 4 month old baby. I don’t understand what it means where it says guardian questions. Are these questions are for me?
Then where it says employment and years living in the home, are those questions for me the parent? Please help me

Answer:  The process for filing a baby’s NEXUS application can be complicated if you do not have a login.gov account for your baby or if you cannot remember how to login to their account. Easy Border Cards can help you to apply for your baby’s NEXUS application without the hassle. We charge a $129.99 service fee, payable via PayPal.

Please follow the link below to save time:

Baby’s NEXUS Application

 

  1. You should fill out the form as though you were your child e.g. Enter your baby’s name, date of birth and address.
  2. Your baby will need a unique email address (your personal email address will not be accepted by the government.
  3. In the section marked ‘Parent / Guardian Details’, you should fill out the section giving with your personal details.
  4. The rest of the whole form should be filled out as if the child were doing it themselves, which means in the employment section you must check ‘Child’ and there is no need to add further details except MONTH and YEAR i.e. the child’s date of birth. You can write ‘None’ for the rest of the fields.
  5. In the address section, if your baby is under 5 years, you only need to fill out the ‘Current Address’ section.

If you prefer to do baby’s NEXUS application yourself, you can apply here, but we save you time and only submit your application when it’s been thoroughly checked for accuracy


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How Do I Reschedule A Missed SENTRI Interview?

Question: I missed my SENTRI interview because of unexpected family problems, and I need to reschedule the interview to a later date.

Answer: The instructions for rescheduling a missed SENTRI card interview yourself are listed below. The process for rescheduling a SENTRI interview can be complicated if you do not have a login.gov account or if you cannot remember how to login to your account. Easy Border Cards can help you to reschedule a NEXUS interview without the hassle. We charge a $75 service fee.

Please follow the link below to save time: 

Reschedule SENTRI Interview

 

If you prefer to schedule your interview yourself, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to the department of homeland security website at https://ttp.cbp.dhs.gov/
  2. Select ‘I’ve already started applying’;
  3. Select ‘Manage my Application’;
  4. Select ‘Consent & Continue’;
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select ‘Continue’;
  6. If you have a login.gov account, you can login to your profile account and under ‘Program Membership’, select ‘Dashboard’ and ‘Reschedule Interview’>; Your missed interview will show up as ‘Interview Missed’ or ‘Interview Canceled’. To avoid having your application cancelled, you should reschedule instead of canceling.
  7. Choose an Enrollment Center – you can choose an Enrollment Centers using any of the following criteria:Appointment availability varies based on the demand at each Enrollment Center. Due to high application volume, some locations may not have available appointments.
    You can view Enrollment Center locations in the United States etc.;
    You can search for the Enrollment Centers by soonest available appointment;
    You can search by a specified date to show all Enrollment Centers with availability;
    You can filter to show all the Enrollment Centers with at least one appointment by a certain day;
  8. Once you have chosen an Enrollment Center, select the date and time of the interview from a list of available interview time slots;
  9. Confirm the interview. Select ‘Interview Confirmation’ to view the exact details of your scheduled interview.

Your Interview Confirmation states the time, date, enrollment center, address, directions, phone number, additional information concerning documentation and cancellation instructions.

Note: You must complete enrollment within 365 days of receiving your conditional approval. Not scheduling and completing the interview will result in cancellation of the application and no refunds will be granted.

 


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How Do I Reschedule A Missed NEXUS Interview?

Question: I missed my NEXUS interview because of unexpected family problems, and I need to reschedule the interview to a later date.

Answer: The instructions for rescheduling a missed NEXUS card interview yourself are listed below. The process for rescheduling a NEXUS interview can be complicated if you do not have a login.gov account or if you cannot remember how to login to your account. Easy Border Cards can help you to reschedule a NEXUS interview without the hassle. We charge a $75 service fee.

Please follow the link below to save time:

Reschedule NEXUS Interview

 

If you prefer to schedule your interview yourself, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to the department of homeland security website at https://ttp.cbp.dhs.gov/
  2. Select ‘I’ve already started applying’;
  3. Select ‘Manage my Application’;
  4. Select ‘Consent & Continue’;
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select ‘Continue’;
  6. If you have a login.gov account, you can login to your profile account and under ‘Program Membership’, select ‘Dashboard’ and ‘Reschedule Interview;
    Your missed interview will show up as ‘Interview Missed’ or ‘Interview Canceled’. To avoid having your application cancelled, you should reschedule instead of canceling.
  7. Choose an Enrollment Center – you can choose an Enrollment Centers using any of the following criteria:
    You can view Enrollment Center locations in the United States & Canada;
    You can search for the Enrollment Centers by soonest available appointment;
    You can search by a specified date to show all Enrollment Centers with availability;
    You can filter to show all the Enrollment Centers with at least one appointment by a certain day;
  8. Once you have chosen an Enrollment Center, select the date and time of the interview from a list of available interview time slots;
  9. Confirm the interview. Select ‘Interview Confirmation’ to view the exact details of your scheduled interview.

Appointment availability varies based on the demand at each Enrollment Center. Due to high application volume, some locations may not have available appointments.

Your Interview Confirmation states the time, date, enrollment center, address, directions, phone number, additional information concerning documentation and cancellation instructions.

Note: You must complete enrollment within 365 days of receiving your conditional approval. Not scheduling and completing the interview will result in cancellation of the application and no refunds will be granted.

 


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How Do I Reschedule A Missed Global Entry Interview?

Question: I missed my Global Entry interview because of unexpected family problems, and I need to reschedule the interview to a later date.

Answer: The instructions for rescheduling a missed Global Entry interview yourself are listed below. The process for rescheduling a Global Entry interview can be complicated if you do not have a login.gov account or if you cannot remember how to login to your account. Easy Border Cards can help you to reschedule a Global Entry interview without the hassle. We charge a $75 service fee.

Please follow the link below to save time:

Reschedule Global Entry Interview

 

If you prefer to schedule your interview yourself, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to the department of homeland security website at https://ttp.cbp.dhs.gov/
  2. Select ‘I’ve already started applying’;
  3. Select ‘Manage my Application’;
  4. Select ‘Consent & Continue’;
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select ‘Continue’;
  6. If you have a login.gov account, you can login to your profile account and under ‘Program Membership’, select ‘Dashboard’ and ‘Reschedule Interview; Your missed interview will show up as ‘Interview Missed’ or ‘Interview Canceled’. To avoid having your application cancelled, you should reschedule instead of canceling.
  7. Once you have chosen an Enrollment Center, select the date and time of the interview from a list of available interview time slots;
  8. Choose an Enrollment Center – you can choose an Enrollment Centers using any of the following criteria:You can view Enrollment Center locations in the United States;
    You can search for the Enrollment Centers by soonest available appointment;
    You can search by a specified date to show all Enrollment Centers with availability;
    You can filter to show all the Enrollment Centers with at least one appointment by a certain day;
  9. Confirm the interview. Select ‘Interview Confirmation’ to view the exact details of your scheduled interview.Your Interview Confirmation states the time, date, enrollment center, address, directions, phone number, additional information concerning documentation and cancellation instructions.

Appointment availability varies based on the demand at each Enrollment Center. Due to high application volume, some locations may not have available appointments.

 

Note: You must complete enrollment within 365 days of receiving your conditional approval. Not scheduling and completing the interview will result in cancellation of the application and no refunds will be granted.

 


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How Do I Reschedule A Missed FAST Card Interview?

Question: I missed my FAST Card interview because of unexpected work problems, and I need to reschedule the interview to a later date.

Answer: The instructions for rescheduling a missed FAST Card interview yourself are listed below. The process for rescheduling a FAST Card interview can be complicated if you do not have a login.gov account or if you cannot remember how to login to your account. Easy Border Cards can help you to reschedule a FAST Card interview without the hassle. We charge a $75 service fee.

Please follow the link below to save time:

Reschedule FAST Card  Interview

 

If you prefer to schedule your interview yourself, follow the steps below:

  1. Go to the department of homeland security website at https://ttp.cbp.dhs.gov/
  2.  Select ‘I’ve already started applying’;
  3. Select ‘Manage my Application’;
  4. Select ‘Consent & Continue’;
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select ‘Continue’;
  6. If you have a login.gov account, you can login to your profile account and under ‘Program Membership’, select ‘Dashboard’ and ‘Reschedule Interview’Your missed interview will show up as ‘Interview Missed’ or ‘Interview Canceled’. To avoid having your application cancelled, you should reschedule instead of canceling.
  7. Choose an Enrollment Center – you can choose an Enrollment Centers using any of the following criteria:You can view Enrollment Center locations in the United States, Canada etc.;You can search for the Enrollment Centers by soonest available appointment;

    You can search by a specified date to show all Enrollment Centers with availability;

    You can filter to show all the Enrollment Centers with at least one appointment by a certain day;

    Appointment availability varies based on the demand at each Enrollment Center. Due to high application volume, some locations may not have available appointments.

    Once you have chosen an Enrollment Center, select the date and time of the interview from a list of available interview time slots;

  8. Confirm the interview. Select ‘Interview Confirmation’ to view the exact details of your scheduled interview.

Your Interview Confirmation states the time, date, enrollment center, address, directions, phone number, additional information concerning documentation and cancellation instructions.

Note: You must complete enrollment within 365 days of receiving your conditional approval. Not scheduling and completing the interview will result in cancellation of the application and no refunds will be granted.

 


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How To Renew FAST Card

Question: I need to have my FAST card renewed. I am not seeing a form for that. I only see the form for applying for the FAST card and there is no place to add my PASSID number. Please advise how I should proceed as my current FAST card will expire in 3 months.

Answer: The process for renewing FAST directly can be complicated and time consuming. Your FAST renewal application may be denied if it is submitted incorrectly. You can renew FAST without assistance here. The government process for renewing FAST has changed since you last applied, and many applicants find the process more complex and time consuming. Easy Border Cards can file your FAST card application for you quickly and easily. Just select ‘FAST Renewal’ on the application form and add in your PASSID in the space provided.

Follow the link below to renew your FAST membership

FAST Card Renewal Application

 

Here’s a few important points to note about FAST renewal:

  • You can renew FAST card up to 1 year in advance of FAST card membership expiring;
  • You need to provide your existing FAST account membership number (PASSID) from your original GOES FAST application, or your GOES global online enrollment number;
  • The FAST renewal process is easier if your details have not changed since you last applied.  You may not be called to interview, which saves you more time;
  • If your details are not the same, it can take between 10-12 weeks (sometimes longer) to reach the Conditional Approval stage where you must schedule your compulsory FAST renewal interview;

 


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How To Renew Global Entry

Question: I need to have my Global Entry renewed. I am not seeing a form for that. I only see the form for applying for the Global Entry and there is no place to add my PASSID number. Please advise how I should proceed as my current Global Entry will expire in 3 months.

Answer: The process for renewing Global Entry directly can be complicated and time consuming. Your Global Entry renewal application may be denied if it is submitted incorrectly. You can renew Global Entry without assistance here. The government process for renewing Global Entry has changed since you last applied, and many applicants find the process more complex and time consuming. Easy Border Cards can file your Global Entry application for you quickly and easily. Just select ‘Global Entry Renewal’ on the application form and add in your PASSID in the space provided.

Follow the link below to renew your Global Entry membership

Global Entry Renewal Application

 

Here’s a few important points to note about Global Entry renewal:

  • You can renew Global Entry TSA Trusted Travel Program up to 1 year in advance of Global Entry membership expiring;
  • You need to provide your existing Global Entry account membership number (PASSID) from your original GOES Global Entry application, or your GOES global online enrollment number;
  • The Global Entry renewal process is easier if your details have not changed since you last applied.  You may not be called to interview, which saves you more time;
  • If your details are not the same, it can take between 6-8 weeks (sometimes longer) to reach the Conditional Approval stage where you must schedule your compulsory Global Entry renewal interview;
  • Global Entry includes TSA Precheck when you renew;

 


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How To Renew SENTRI Card

Question: I need to have my SENTRI card renewed. I am not seeing a form for that. I only see the form for applying for the SENTRI card and there is no place to add my PASSID number. Please advise how I should proceed as my current SENTRI card will expire in 3 months.

 

Answer: The process for renewing SENTRI card directly can be complicated and time consuming. Your SENTRI card renewal application may be denied if it is submitted incorrectly. You can renew SENTRI card without assistance here. The government process for renewing SENTRI card has changed since you last applied, and many applicants find the process more complex and time consuming. Easy Border Cards can file your SENTRI card application for you quickly and easily. Just select ‘SENTRI Renewal’ on the application form and add in your PASSID in the space provided.

Follow the link below to renew your SENTRI card membership

SENTRI Renewal Application

 

Here’s a few important points to note about SENTRI card renewal:

  • You can renew SENTRI card Program up to 1 year in advance of SENTRI membership expiring;
  • You need to provide your existing SENTRI account membership number (PASSID) from your original GOES SENTRI application, or your GOES global online enrollment number;
  • The SENTRI renewal process is easier if your details have not changed since you last applied.  You may not be called to interview, which saves you more time;
  • If your details are not the same, it can take between 10-20 weeks (sometimes longer) to reach the Conditional Approval stage where you must schedule your compulsory SENTRI card renewal interview;
  • SENTRI card membership includes TSA Precheck when you renew;

 


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How To Renew NEXUS Card

Question: I need to have my NEXUS card renewed. I am not seeing a form for that. I only see the form for applying for the NEXUS card and there is no place to add my PASSID number. Please advise how I should proceed as my current NEXUS card will expire in 3 months.

Answer: The process for renewing NEXUS directly can be complicated and time consuming. Your NEXUS renewal application may be denied if it is submitted incorrectly. You can renew NEXUS without assistance here. The government process for renewing NEXUS has changed since you last applied, and many applicants find the process more complex and time consuming. Easy Border Cards can file your NEXUS card application for you quickly and easily. Just select ‘NEXUS Renewal’ on the application form and add in your PASSID in the space provided.

Follow the link below to renew your NEXUS membership

NEXUS Card Renewal Application

 

Here’s a few important points to note about NEXUS renewal:

  • You can renew NEXUS card up to 1 year in advance of NEXUS membership expiring;
  • You need to provide your existing NEXUS account membership number (PASSID) from your original GOES NEXUS application, or your GOES global online enrollment number;
  • The NEXUS renewal process is easier if your details have not changed since you last applied.  You may not be called to interview, which saves you more time;
  • If your details are not the same, it can take between 10-12 weeks (sometimes longer) to reach the Conditional Approval stage where you must schedule your compulsory NEXUS renewal interview;
  • NEXUS includes TSA Precheck and Global Entry when you renew;

 


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Can I Apply For FAST Card With A Misdemeanor?

Question: I pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor in 2010. It was expunged from my record in 2017. Will this be held against me in trying to obtain a FAST card?

Answer: It is impossible to say with 100% certainty that you will be accepted for FAST card as this program has strict acceptance criteria and every applicant must undergo a compulsory background and security check. However, there is a good chance that you will be admitted to the FAST card program because the misdemeanor was expunged from your record. You should take all documentation relating to the misdemeanor to your interview. The U.S. doesn’t deny entry to people that have a ‘Driving Under the Influence’ (DUI) conviction. Although, if there are multiple convictions for this and/or other misdemeanors, you could be denied entry. Canada may not allow persons with DUI (driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol) convictions to enter their country. A Canadian immigration officer will decide when your application is submitted.

Generally, any convictions for drug possession can result in a denial of entry. If the conviction was long ago, you may have to contact the U.S. Embassy, Office of Consular Affairs in your country to obtain a waiver. Other misdemeanors may result in denial if they were recent.

A crime involving moral turpitude (CIMT) may be grounds to deny entry to the U.S.

You can apply for FAST card with Easy Border Card Services by clicking the link below. We make the FAST card process fast and easy:

Apply For FAST Card

 

You can apply by yourself here

You might not qualify for the FAST card program if any of the following are applicable:

  • You provide false or incomplete information on the FAST card application;
  • You have been convicted of any criminal offense or have pending criminal charges to include outstanding warrants;
  • You have been found in violation of any Customs, Immigration, or Agriculture regulations or laws in any country;
  • You are the subject of an investigation by any Federal, state, or local law enforcement agency;
  • You are inadmissible to the United States under Immigration regulation, including applicants with approved waivers of inadmissibility or parole documentation; or
  • You cannot satisfy CBP of your low-risk status or meet other program requirements.

 

 


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Can I Apply For SENTRI With A Misdemeanor?

Question: I pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor in 2010. It was expunged from my record in 2017. Will this be held against me in trying to obtain a SENTRI card?

Answer: It is impossible to say with 100% certainty that you will be accepted for SENTRI as this program has strict acceptance criteria and every applicant must undergo a compulsory background and security check. However, there is a good chance that you will be admitted to the SENTRI program because the misdemeanor was expunged from your record. You should take all documentation relating to the misdemeanor to your interview. The U.S. doesn’t deny entry to people that have a ‘Driving Under the Influence’ (DUI) conviction. Although, if there are multiple convictions for this and/or other misdemeanors, you could be denied entry.

Generally, any convictions for drug possession can result in a denial of entry. If the conviction was long ago, you may have to contact the U.S. Embassy, Office of Consular Affairs in your country to obtain a waiver. Other misdemeanors may result in denial if they were recent.

A crime involving moral turpitude (CIMT) may be grounds to deny entry to the U.S.

You can apply for SENTRI with Easy Border Card Services by clicking the link below. We make the SENTRI process fast and easy:

Apply For SENTRI

 

You can apply by yourself here

You might not qualify for the SENTRI program if any of the following are applicable:

  • You provide false or incomplete information on the SENTRI application;
  • You have been convicted of any criminal offense or have pending criminal charges to include outstanding warrants;
  • You have been found in violation of any Customs, Immigration, or Agriculture regulations or laws in any country;
  • You are the subject of an investigation by any Federal, state, or local law enforcement agency;
  • You are inadmissible to the United States under Immigration regulation, including applicants with approved waivers of inadmissibility or parole documentation; or
  • You cannot satisfy CBP of your low-risk status or meet other program requirements.

 

 


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Can I Apply For NEXUS With A Misdemeanor?

Question: I pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor in 2010. It was expunged from my record in 2017. Will this be held against me in trying to obtain a NEXUS card?

Answer: It is impossible to say with 100% certainty that you will be accepted for NEXUS as this program has strict acceptance criteria and every applicant must undergo a compulsory background and security check. However, there is a good chance that you will be admitted to the NEXUS program because the misdemeanor was expunged from your record. You should take all documentation relating to the misdemeanor to your interview. The U.S. doesn’t deny entry to people that have a “Driving Under the Influence” (DUI) conviction. Although, if there are multiple convictions for this and/or other misdemeanors, you could be denied entry. Canada may not allow persons with DUI (driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol) convictions to enter their country. A Canadian immigration officer will decide when your application is submitted.

Generally, any convictions for drug possession can result in a denial of entry. If the conviction was long ago, you may have to contact the U.S. Embassy, Office of Consular Affairs in your country to obtain a waiver. Other misdemeanors may result in denial if they were recent.

A crime involving moral turpitude (CIMT) may be grounds to deny entry to the U.S.

You can apply for NEXUS with Easy Border Card Services by clicking the link below. We make the NEXUS process fast and easy:

Apply For NEXUS

 

You can apply by yourself here

You might not qualify for the NEXUS program if any of the following are applicable:

  • You provide false or incomplete information on the NEXUS application;
  • You have been convicted of any criminal offense or have pending criminal charges to include outstanding warrants;
  • You have been found in violation of any Customs, Immigration, or Agriculture regulations or laws in any country;
  • You are the subject of an investigation by any Federal, state, or local law enforcement agency;
  • You are inadmissible to the United States under Immigration regulation, including applicants with approved waivers of inadmissibility or parole documentation; or
  • You cannot satisfy CBP of your low-risk status or meet other program requirements.

 

 


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Can I Apply For Global Entry With A Misdemeanor?

Question: I pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor in 2010. It was expunged from my record in 2017. Will this be held against me in trying to obtain Global Entry?

Answer: It is impossible to say with 100% certainty that you will be accepted for Global Entry as this program has strict acceptance criteria and every applicant must undergo a compulsory background and security check. However, there is a good chance that you will be admitted to the Global Entry program because the misdemeanor was expunged from your record. You should take all documentation relating to the misdemeanor to your interview.

You can apply for Global Entry with Easy Border Card Services by clicking the link below. We make the Global Entry process fast and easy:

Apply For Global Entry

 

You can apply by yourself here

You might not qualify for the Global Entry program if any of the following are applicable:

  • You provide false or incomplete information on the Global Entry application;
  • You have been convicted of any criminal offense or have pending criminal charges to include outstanding warrants;
  • You have been found in violation of any Customs, Immigration, or Agriculture regulations or laws in any country;
  • You are the subject of an investigation by any Federal, state, or local law enforcement agency;
  • You are inadmissible to the United States under Immigration regulation, including applicants with approved waivers of inadmissibility or parole documentation; or
  • You cannot satisfy CBP of your low-risk status or meet other program requirements.

 

 


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