Global Entry Is About to Get More Expensive


U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is proposing a fee increase for the Global Entry program, which it intends to raise from the current $100 for a five-year membership to $120, stating that "the current fees are no longer sufficient to recover CBP's costs to administer the programs." Minors under the age of 18, who currently pay the same price as adults for Global Entry, would be exempt from this fee if their parent or legal guardian has applied. Meanwhile, NEXUS would increase from $50 to $120. These price changes would impact all new applicants, and existing members upon renewal.


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