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When entering the US with Global Entry, one may receive a strike if the immigration/customs step doesn't go smoothly. How can one see how many strikes one's Global Entry card has received?

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    Do you have a reference to "getting a strike" on your GE card? My understanding was that CBP can make notes when they talk to you (whether you use GE or not) and those notes may or may not affect future interactions with CBP. By "strike" it makes it sound like there's a number you can get away with before something happens? It does actually sound familiar to me but I'm unsure where from
    – Midavalo
    Oct 28 '21 at 4:36
  • BTW I didn't realise you'd put 3 links there until I tried to go back and forth and ended up at a different Q&A
    – Midavalo
    Oct 28 '21 at 4:40
  • So you had a few negative interaction with CBP. Do you have data that these resulted in a permanent record somewhere? Did you check your TTA account online? Did any of the officers made a verbal reference to a previous "strike" ? In my experience CBP likes to bark a lot but that's typically the end of it.
    – Hilmar
    Oct 28 '21 at 7:11
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    So what make you think that something like "strikes" exist in the first place ?
    – Hilmar
    Oct 28 '21 at 9:31
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    @Hilmar told so by CBP agents. Oct 28 '21 at 9:34

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