Global Entry, U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) new clearance system for international air passengers, is now open at Detroit Metropolitan International Airport.
Global Entry allows pre-screened, approved, registered travelers (including U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents of the United States and citizens of certain other countries) to use automated kiosks to receive expedited processing upon arrival at Detroit Metropolitan International Airport.
Global Entry participation is voluntary. Participants must possess a machine-readable U.S. passport or permanent resident card, pay a non-refundable $100 application fee, submit an online application, and complete an interview at a CBP enrollment center.
“Detroit is a major international gateway, especially for flights from Asia and Europe, as well as a hub airport for Delta, the world’s largest airline,” said airport authority CEO Lester Robinson. “We treasure our international passengers and this added convenience provided by [CBP] is one more customer service we can highlight when marketing our airport and our region.”
Global Entry is now available at Miami, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago, Sea-Tac, Dallas, Newark, San Francisco, Boston, Orlando, Honolulu, Las Vegas, Orlando-Sanford, Philadelphia, San Juan, and Fort Lauderdale, as well as Detroit.
Additional information on the Global Entry program (including enrollment application) can be found here.