It seems logical to assume that you should renew your Global Entry Card two or three months before it expires. In fact, you may need to start the renewal process as early as six months before your Global Entry Pass's expiration date, depending on your destination.
Renewing Your Global Entry Card is identical with the initial application process. However, since Custom Border Protection system had been updated on October 2017 many who has to renew their Global Entry Card would find no similarities with the previous version of the CBP website.
There is one more layer of security added to the CBP system that keeps all applicants personal information more secure. That layer of security is Login.gov and you will be prompt to make an account and verify it with your phone. Afterwards, you can login into the CBP system and continue with your application.
The renewing process is simple and straightforward just follow the steps - apply here.
Last modified:January 16th, 2019
Passport (Machine-Readable) or US I-551 Lawful Permanent Resident Card (Machine-Readable)
Submit the initial application online.
Schedule & attend your in-person interview.
Note: Every member of your traveling party will need their own membership in order to use the Global Entry kiosks.
US Citizens and US Lawful Permanent Residents along with select other nationalities are eligible to apply.
Expedited vehicle/pedestrian entrance into US from Canada and Mexico. All members of your vehicle must have an active membership in a Trusted Traveler Program (Global Entry, NEXUS, or SENTRI) in order to use the expedited vehicle crossing lanes. When travelling into the US from Mexico, your vehicle must also be pre-registered with CBP.
|Government Application Fee *payable through applicant's card||$100.00 per person*|
|GTT Service * payable through PayPal||$99.00 per person*|
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