I’m a UK-resident UK citizen, I’ve just been conditionally approved for Global Entry and I have a trip to New York in a couple of weeks.
There are no appointments available nearby while I’m there, but there’s an Enrollment on Arrival lane at the terminal I’ll be landing at.
My concern is the wording of the Enrollment on Arrival site:
To complete the interview via EoA, you must be in possession of the following documents:
A valid passport. If you travel using more than one passport, please bring them all to the interview so that the information can be added to your file. This provides you with the ability to use multiple passports at the Global Entry kiosk.
Documents providing evidence of residency. Examples are: driver's license (if the address is current), mortgage statement, rental payment statement, utility bill, etc. This is not required for minors.
A permanent resident card (if applicable).
Emphasis added - the implication seems to be that it’s only open to (US) residents. Or does this just mean I should bring proof of my UK address?
Have any non-residents successfully navigated EoA? What did they ask for?