US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) brought Denver online to the Global Entry Program on March 19. Now anyone registered with US Global Entry that arrives at DIA (Denver International Airport) from a foreign country can use the Global Entry Kiosks instead of waiting in line to speak with a US customs officer. We’ve been Global Entry members for over 3 years and it’s a huge timesaver, especially when you have a closely timed domestic flight. It also saves the hassle of having to fill out the US Customs Entry form on your flight before you arrive. Registration for the Global Entry Program is easy. Simply start online here. Once you pay the fee of $100 (Good for five years) and pass the first round of security checks, you’ll be asked to come to a Global Entry airport for an in-person interview. Interviews can be scheduled in Denver starting April 2. Also, if you’re a Platinum or 1K member of United’s Mileage Plus program, you can get the fee waived. See United’s website for more details.
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Last modified: December 30, 2013