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UK Citizens to be allowed to apply for US Global Entry

UK Citizens to be allowed to apply for US Global Entry

  1. LondonTraveller

    No other info at the moment other than I got an email inviting me to attend a press conference next Tuesday at the annual World Travel Market in London.

    “The U.S. Embassy London invites you to the official U.S.-UK government announcement opening Global Entry to UK citizens on Tuesday, November 3rd. This announcement at [URL=’’]World Travel Market[/URL] will outline how UK citizens can enrol to skip the passport and customs queues at U.S. airports.

    Remarks will be given by:

    [URL=’’][B]Ambassador Matthew Barzun[/B][/URL], U.S. Ambassador to the UK

    [URL=’’][B]Sir Charles Montgomery[/B][/URL], Director-General, UK Border Force

    [URL=’’][B]Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske[/B][/URL], Commissioner, U.S. Customs and Border Protection”

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