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I was on a student visa (F1) when I got GlobalEntry, and I asked what happens when I move back and use ESTA. The CBP person told me that both ESTA and GlobalEntry are both CBP programs, so they share information CBP will know about my new ESTA, and I don't need to do anything for GlobalEntry. Considering this, I think it's safe to assume they would know ...


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I made a (maybe) more serious omission on my NEXUS application, in that I'm legally a Mexican resident with a nominal second residential address there but I failed to include that address in the 5 year list. At the interview the CBP officer asked about residence in other countries (I don't know whether that's a standard question or he knew something) and, ...


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This came up on Flyertalk and this helpful answer was provided: At your interview, they will give you the chance to update or amend any application information before your fingerprints are submitted for final program approval. So don't worry. (Also, it is very likely they'd be much more interested in a Syria or a North Korea visit than Germany ...



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