Global Entry Program Continues to Grow

Here's how to make your attendees' return to the United States quicker and simpler.

Want to skip customs?

Well, not skip it exactly. But once you’re accepted into the Global Entry Program, you can walk right past that passport control line, scan your passport at a kiosk, and be on your way. Started in June 2008 at the Houston, JFK, and Dulles international airports, the program now has 42,000 registrants and is available at the top 20 international airports in the United States.

Charles Massey, founder and CEO, Synaxis Meetings & Events in West Hollywood,

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