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The Global Entry Interview

the global entry interviewOnce Global Entry pass applicants are conditionally approved, they will be able to schedule their interview. The Global Entry interview will take about 30 minutes although questions might vary between different enrollment centers. It is important to answer them truthfully and honestly.

The documents you actually need to present at the Global Entry interview are described in your conditional approval letter. You can find it once you log into your profile. If you cannot locate or print it, please contact us and we will email it to you. Generally, supporting documents include the following:

To prove your citizenship:

  • Passport
  • Birth certificate
  • Citizenship card
  • Permanent resident card
  • Visa

If you are including a vehicle:

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Vehicle registration papers

Proof of your address:

  • A utility bill
  • Ownership deeds
  • Mortgage statement

If you are applying with your children under 18:

  • Proof of custody

Most people who are invited to schedule an interview are finally approved for a Global Entry pass, but this is not guaranteed. If you are approved, you can start using the Global Entry kiosks immediately. You will not be issued a physical pass.

Please refer to our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy before purchasing our Global Entry pass service.