Global Entry News: Colombians and Singaporeans Eligible, and a Pop-up London Enrollment Center

Global Entry news over the summer that I have not previously posted:

1. Colombians can now apply for Global Entry. Colombia this week is celebrating the cease-fire with FARC.

2. Singaporeans can now apply for Global Entry.

These two additions join citizens of Mexico, the Netherlands, Panama, the Republic of Korea, Germany, and the United Kingdom as eligible to apply. Canadians use NEXUS.

US citizen Global Entry members can enroll in Singapore’s enhanced-Immigration Automated Clearance System (eAICS). The key requirement is that an applicant must have visited Singapore at least 3 times in the prior 12 months. See details and application here. There is no fee.

3. On September 26, 2016 the US Embassy in London will open a pop-up Global Entry Enrollment Center for 60 days. This was announced a month ago so it is likely all slots are gone. If the pattern follows US enrollment centers, keep checking for last minute openings due to cancellations. The UK process somehow first involves applying and paying a fee to the UK government, then the normal US application.

Global Entry London Popup

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  • Nathan

    Thanks! Great for our Colombian compañeros.

  • Josh

    I visit Singapore a handful of times a year. This is great news. Thanks!

  • @Josh – if you don’t mind, please report back on the sign-up process. Given it is Singapore I figure it is as efficient as it looks.