GLOBAL ENTRY ELIGIBILITY
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Citizens of the following countries are eligible to apply for Global Entry:
Germany – applicants must first join the German EasyPASS Program
Netherlands – applicants must first join the Dutch FLUX program
Republic of Korea – applicants must first join the SES program
United Kingdom – applicants must first apply for an access code via the UK government
Permanent residents of the United States are also eligible providing they have lived in the USA for three consecutive years before applying for Global Entry membership.
Canadian citizens and permanent residents may use the Global Entry lines by joining the NEXUS program.
All applicants must also be legally admissible to the United States, must have complied with immigration and customs regulations during previous travel, and must also have a clean criminal history. Additionally, if the applicant is under 18, both parents must provide their written consent.
We offer paid assistance with your Global Entry application form – you decide whether to use us or go to the government directly. You can apply directly with the government free of charge here but you still have to pay the program fees. It may take hours and if you make a mistake your application can be denied.
HOW TO APPLY FOR A GLOBAL ENTRY CARD
There are just two steps you need to take in order to apply for Global Entry card with us:
- Step 1: Click on “Download Application” button to download the Global Entry application form. Fill in the details, save the form and send it via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax: 1-800-544-8311
- Step 2: Click on the “Proceed to Payment” button to pay the service fee of $140 USD through the PayPal system. We’ll contact you within 24-48 hours with additional instructions.
The Global Entry pass program is open to applicants of all ages who are citizens or who have legal permanent residence in the USA. You must have a clean criminal record and be free of any customs, immigration, or agriculture violations in the USA in order to apply.