If you are approved entry, are you also automatically
If you are approved for Global entry, are you also automatically approved for tsa precheck?
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ANSWER: Sort of. Being enrolled in Global Entry, you get a PASS ID, which is also a Known Traveler Number (KTN). You put that in your reservation, making you eligible for TSA PreCheck. So technically, you are not enrolled in TSA PreCheck itself, but you get the same benefits.
NOTE: TSA PreCheck is never guaranteed, even if your KTN included in the reservation.
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The answer is YES
When you register your global entry number with your airline make sure to put your Trusted Traveler Number in both the Global Entry field and the Pre Check field.
If you are a Global Entry member or eligible NEXUS or SENTRI member, enter your membership number (PASS ID) in the “Known Traveler Number” field when booking reservations, or enter it into your frequent flyer profile with the airline. The membership number enables Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Secure Flight System to verify that you are a legitimate CBP Trusted Traveler and eligible to participate in .
Global Entry members skip the lines at Customs and Border Protection and instead use touch-screen kiosks in the arrivals area of airports. Global Entry members are automatically eligible to the TSA PreCheck program at no additional fee.
But you have to register your number with any airline that you travel with. https://www.cbp.gov/travel/trusted-traveler-programs/global-entry/tsa-precheck Please let me know if you have further questions.
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