In this image, there's small print below "ESTA" (left green sign), "Non-US citizens" (right green sign) and "Non-US citizens" (Grey sign).
Does any one know what it actually says?
Also, what is Express Connection (orange sign)?
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I did remember to take some pictures, but the flash was turned off and lighting was not great. So. Here is the left side of the sign.
In the middle is Global Entry.
All three on the categories on the left say "AUTOMATED PASSPORT CONTROL" at the bottom and have a person-at-a-kiosk symbol at left. From the left,
1. U.S. Citizens & Canadian Citizens 2. ESTA VISA WAIVER COUNTRIES Lawful Permanent Residents 3. Non - U.S. Citizens TRAVELING ON A B1-B2 VISA OR A BORDER CROSSING CARD 4. GLOBAL ENTRY TRUSTED TRAVELER NETWORK
Here is the photo of the right side.
5. Express Connection 6. Non - U.S. Citizens TRAVELING ON A VISA 7. Crew, APEC Diplomats Special Assistance
Side note: I never had to turn in my customs card. The final guy, who I would have expected to take it, just wanted my kiosk receipt. The receipt has your photo that was taken then, no hats nor glasses.
Courtesy Comment from @Calchas:
Express Connections is if you are in a hurry to catch a connecting flight because your inbound flight was running late. You will (or should) be given an orange card as you alight the aircraft allowing you to push to the front of the Immigration and Customs queue.