Category Archives: DHS Kiosk

At airports, program members proceed to Global Entry kiosks, present their machine-readable passport or U.S. permanent resident card, place their fingerprints on the scanner for fingerprint verification and complete a customs declaration. The kiosk issues the traveler a transaction receipt, complete with the passenger’s passport photo, and directs the traveler to a CBP agent and then on to baggage claim and the exit.
Travelers must be pre-approved for the Global Entry program. Called the Trusted Traveler program, all applicants must undergo a rigorous background check, followed by an in-person interview before they are permitted to enroll. The cost is $100.00 for a five-year pass.
Global Entry Kiosks
Dulles International Airport was one of the first airports to test the kiosks; it is the jumping-off point for dozens of international flights.  Like highways, airports have rush hours.

Global Entry Kiosks & DHS Kiosk – A Discouraging State of Affairs – what has happened to the ?

DHS Kiosk Report – A Discouraging State of Affairs – what has happened to the Global Entry Kiosks aka DHS Kiosk? I have previously written about the impressive Global Entry kiosks, more than 500 having been deployed by the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP). These units, built by Kiosk Information Systems with software developed by the US… Read More »