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CBP Launches Global Entry Enrollment on Departure

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CBP Launches Global Entry Enrollment on Departure

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority have started offering interviews to conditionally approved Global Entry applicants departing the United States from Washington Dulles International Airport.

“Enrollment on Arrival” is already available at several major airports for travelers arriving from international flights. But, IAD becomes the nation’s first airport to offer Global Entry “Enrollment on Departure.” Enrollment on Departure is not available for travelers departing Dulles airport on domestic flights.

CBP’s Enrollment on Departure is located inside the B concourse at gate B41 in Dulles airport. CBP officers will staff this office from 12 p.m. through 8 p.m. each day.

Conditionally approved applicants should arrive earlier to Dulles airport to allow enough time to complete this interview process before their international flight departs. You might also need some extra time if you plan on lounge hopping.

In addition to the travel document, such as passport, the conditionally approved applicant will need a physical document providing evidence of residency, for example a driver’s license, mortgage statement, rental payment statement, utility bill, or other document that shows a current address. This is not required for minors.

Interested applicants will also need to possess an airline ticket proving their international flight.

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