TSA39s PreCheck program gets lowrisk travelers out of the slow airport security lanes but if you want to speed through customs consider the Global Entry NEXUS or SENTRI programs run by US Customs and Border Protection

TSA's PreCheck program gets low-risk travelers out of the slow airport security lanes, but if you want to speed through customs, consider the Global Entry, NEXUS, or SENTRI programs run by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

4 Trusted Traveler Programs: What’s the Difference?

Which trusted traveler program is right for you?

As I inched my way through the 45-minute line to clear customs at Miami International Airport on a recent Sunday afternoon, the sign for Global Entry was a torment. The queue for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s trusted traveler program that speeds low-risk U.S. citizens through customs when they return back to the country was ridiculously short in comparison to mine. And all the details on the Global Entry program were still fresh in my mind: I had just heard Kenneth Sava, direct

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