Hong Kong-based Qualifying Americans Can Use Global Entry Kiosks

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

In a recent notice of CBP (US Customs and Border Protection), there were nearly 500 Americans who submitted online applications for Global Entry. Interviews were scheduled in Hong Kong during the month of October 2015. The US Citizens who were based in Hong Kong need not travel to the United States for the interview because CBP officers go to Hong Kong to conduct interviews.

US Citizens based in Hong Kong, who may be eligible for the Global Entry Program must be a member of the US trusted traveler program. This program offers cardholder’s access to APEC lanes at all U.S. international airports with expedited entry into foreign economies across the Asia-Pacific region.

The advantage of being a Global Entry User is that your exit will be expedited through the available Global Entry Kiosks (see images below) at participating international airports after arrival.

Global Entry

Credit: cbp.gov

“We appreciate the support of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, which provided facilities for interviews. Business travelers were able to apply for the APEC Business Travel Card along with their Global Entry enrollment, an added benefit for those traveling frequently among APEC members economies.” – said CBP Attaché Therese Randazzo. (source: Global Entry Hong Kong)

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