Do I get TSA PreCheck with Global Entry?

Do I get TSA PreCheck with Global Entry?

Do I get TSA PreCheck with Global Entry?

Global Entry provides expedited U.S. customs screening for international air travelers when entering the United States. Global Entry members also receive TSA PreCheck® benefits as part of their membership. For more information on all of the DHS Trusted Traveler Programs use the DHS interactive Trusted Traveler Tool.

How do I use my Global Entry card to book a flight?

While it might not be clear at first, you'll be happy to know that your TSA PreCheck or Global Entry number is, in fact, your Known Traveler Number. Simply enter your Known Traveler Number in the appropriate field when booking your flight. This can also be done later — even at the check-in desk at the airport. BE

Can I use my Global Entry card to get into Mexico?

The Global Entry card is a valid form of ID when entering the U.S. via land. It can also be used at airport security. However, it is only issued to members who are citizens of the United States or Mexico.

Does Global Entry need to be on boarding pass?

No. To receive TSA PreCheck®, you must include your Known Traveler Number (your CBP PASSID for Global Entry, NEXUS, or SENTRI members) in the appropriate field of your airline reservation, and the TSA PreCheck® indicator must be displayed on the boarding pass to access the lanes.

Why do I need a global entry card to travel to Canada?

  • Another reason to carry your Global Entry card is if you’re traveling to and within Canada. Canada doesn’t have TSA PreCheck, however, they have a similar trusted traveler program that grants Global Entry cardholders direct access to many airport security screening checkpoints across the country.

Can a global entry card be used as a Real ID?

  • However, many travel rewards cards credit cardholders for the application fee so be sure to take advantage of that perk if you haven’t already. Global Entry routes travelers through expedited screening for international travel and includes TSA PreCheck for domestic flights. You can also use your passport or passport card as a Real ID.

Is there TSA PreCheck for Global Entry card in Canada?

  • Canada doesn’t have TSA PreCheck, however, they have a similar trusted traveler program that grants Global Entry cardholders direct access to many airport security screening checkpoints across the country. Next time you’re traveling in Canada, look for the Trusted Traveller line sign.

What do I need to apply for Global Entry?

  • To qualify for Global Entry you must pass a criminal history and meet resident status requirements before applying. You also need a current driver’s license (or state I.D.) and passport – your Global Entry card will be linked to it. So, make sure these documents are up to date.

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