Worldwide Entry is a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) program that permits facilitated leeway for pre-endorsed, okay voyagers upon appearance in the United States. Individuals enter the United States through programmed stands at select air terminals. At air terminals, program individuals continue to Global Entry booths, present their machine-lucid visa or U.S. changeless inhabitant card, place their fingerprints on the scanner for unique finger impression confirmation and complete a traditions statement. The booth gives the voyager an exchange receipt and guides the explorer to the baggage carousel and the exit. Explorers must be pre-endorsed for the Global Entry program. All candidates experience a thorough record verification and in-person meet before enlistment.
Passengers are also required to present legal identification as a form of security measure. The Real ID Act was passed in which states that passengers above the age of 18 years old have to present a Real ID in order to be processed through security for boarding.