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Seatac International Airport Global Entry EC

Global Entry Interview Appointments Tips

These tips will help you find an appointment for Global Entry at locations through out the United States and overseas.

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Right now there may be a few Global Entry appointments available. You can try to secure them on your own at the Trusted Traveler Website.

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Step 1: Create a Trusted Traveler Programs (TTP) account
The first step is to create a Trusted Traveler Programs (TTP) account at the Trusted Traveler Website
Step 2: Log in to your TTP account and complete the application
The second step is to complete your application for Global Entry on the Trusted Traveler website. Once approved you will then be ready to book your interview appointment.
Step 3: Schedule an interview at a Global Entry Enrollment Center
After accepting your completed application, CBP will conduct a review. If your application is conditionally approved, your TTP account will instruct you to schedule an interview at a Global Entry Enrollment Center. Each applicant must schedule a separate interview.
Step 4: Find an earlier appointment or snag last minute cancellations at enrollment centers booked for 1 year
Often Seatac International Airport Global Entry EC will have "No appointments Available" on the Trusted Travel program website, or you will find appointment interviews that are months out. With TTPAppointments.com we automatically find last-minute cancellations and new appointment interview openings for you and alert you by text and email. While everyone else is struggling to find an appointment, you will be able to get alerts sometimes daily on new appointment availability.
Seatac International Airport Global Entry EC
17801 International Blvd, SeaTac, WA 98158

SeaTac, WA

Directions: Located on street level at the very south end of the airport, near the International Arrivals baggage claim area, and near the transit bus stops. Continue walking south on the paved sidewalk and you will see the U.S. Customs and Border Protection office on the right. Enter through the double doors to the Global Entry Enrollment Center.

Notes: A valid travel document such as a Passport, Permanent Resident Card, or Visa is required at the time of your appointment. (If you have multiple citizenships, you must be in possession of all Passports). U.S. Passport Cards will not suffice as an alternative to the Passport Booklet. Legal Consent is mandatory for minor applicants from all parents or legal guardians. Visa holders need all relevant immigration documents to include your most recent I-94 number.

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