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Dual citizen, 2 passports, different surnames, global entry

Dual citizen, 2 passports, different surnames, global entry

  1. Anonymous

    Hi All, have any of you with 2 passports in different names applied for Global Entry and been successful?

    I legally changed my surname in the US, which is my country of birth, but not in my other country; I have looked into the process and it is a hassle. Your answers/advice are much appreciated. Apologies if this has been asked in the past. Thank you.

  2. Gaurav

    I think you’d just provide your US passport details when you apply, shouldn’t be an issue as far as I remember.

  3. Daniel B

    @Mariell and [USER=79]@Gaurav[/USER]. Exactly. The US authorities only care about your US passport. They might ask you at the interview about the other passport (like they did in our family’s case). Be prepared to show it to them, but they will not use it for anything.

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