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Global Entry for non-US Dual Citizens

Global Entry for non-US Dual Citizens

  1. TravellerMei

    Hi there, has anyone applied for Global Entry with an eligible foreign passport (i.e. UK) but is legally living in and travelling around the US on another passport (i.e. Australia which is not eligible for global entry). I’m wondering if you can qualify on one passport but travel with the other or perhaps just travel in the US with both passports and not be questioned?!
    My work visa is only available to Australians, not UK, so it may be rare but I am hoping I am not the only one in this situation?? I can’t find any information online about this particular set of circumstances so perhaps I’m the only one silly enough to try?!

  2. Gaurav

    I think the CBP site just lists the nationalities that are eligible. The reasons for ineligibility do not list dual citizenship. If you have UK citizenship I would apply. As long your KTN is on your profile you should be OK. If you are entering the US I’d try to make sure to use your UK passport.

  3. David W

    Yeah, register with your UK passport and when you travel in and out of the US, carry both passports. Upon entering the US, use your UK passport for Global Entry. If any USCBP officials stop you, just present your AU passport that shows your work visa.

    I havent heard of anyone in your particular situation but I doubt you’re alone.

  4. TravellerMei

    Thanks so much guys, really helpful! I was concerned about flashing 2 passports around but hopefully all good. Cheers!

  5. Donna

    I know of others in similar situations who have Global Entry. I believe they are all permanent residents of the USA so I don’t know if it covers those here on a work visa.

  6. TravellerMei

    Ah yes I might be a slight anomaly. I suppose they can only say no right? Do you think that if I am rejected for something like this it would give me a black mark? Hopefully not!

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