PRECLEARANCE:

ARUBA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, FREEPORT

 

Beginning in 2015, the United States intends to enter into negotiations in order to expand air preclearance operations to new locations. Through preclearance, the same immigration, customs, and agriculture inspections of international air passengers performed on arrival in the United States can be completed before departure at foreign airports instead. Currently, preclearance operations take place at 15 foreign airports in six different countries, benefitting air passengers, airports, and air carriers, in the United States and abroad. 

 

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is the U.S. government agency responsible for securing U.S. borders and facilitating international trade and travel. Within DHS, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will administer a process to evaluate and prioritize an initial set of potential preclearance locations to begin formal preclearance negotiations in 2015.

PRECLEARANCE STEWARDS

 

Bermuda

Kieran Francis (Chief Steward)

 

Nassau

Adam Williamson (Chief Steward)

Mark Hill

Ruben Anaya

 

Freeport

Vicky Bryan

 

Aruba

Mario Valdes Vazquez

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