#Mobile Passport

Expedite your entry process into the U.S.!

The Mobile Passport App by Airside Mobile lets you skip the line at US airports for Custom and Border Protection (CBP). Just fill out your profile and answer CBP’s questions – then go straight to the “Mobile Passport Control” express lane at the airport!

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Download the App

Download mobile passport app for iPhone & iPad! Download mobile passport app for iPhone & iPad!

How it works


Step 1:
Set up your Profile

Enter your profile information as it appears on your valid, official passport. You can set up profiles for your entire family. Your information will be encrypted and shared only with CBP.

Step 2:
Answer a few questions

Answer CBP’s four brief questions about your trip. Then carefully review ALL of your information for the trip.

Step 3:
Submit To CBP

Once you land, connect to wireless or wi-fi and submit your data to CBP. Remember: when you submit, you are confirming under penalty of law that your information is correct. Within a few seconds, you will receive a CBP receipt with an encrypted barcode. Your receipt will be valid for 4 hours.

Step 4:
Skip The Line & save time!

Follow the MOBILE PASSPORT CONTROL signs and skip the lines! Show your passport to the CBP officer and scan the barcode on the CBP receipt. And that’s it!

OUR DEBUT:

ATLANTA
HARTSFIELD-JACKSON
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Airports where the mobile passport app is working, the first airport is Atlanta.
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Your Features

  • Skip the queue and use the Mobile
    Passport Control express lane
  • Set up your profile and re-use for future trips
  • No need to hunt for a pen or a paper form
  • Strong privacy protection
  • FREE

Our Partners

Partners of mobile passport: U.S. Customs and Border Protection

FAQ

Mobile Passport Control enables travelers to submit their passport and customs declaration information via their smartphone instead of the traditional paper form. The “Mobile Passport” app is free to download and free to use. The app is sponsored by the Airports Council International-North America and authorized by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
Wi-Fi or a cellular network are required to submit information and receive a receipt. You may fill out their profiles without being connected.
Yes. However, the Mobile Passport App speeds up the process and allows you to use a special, faster lane.
US citizens with a valid US passport and Canadian citizens with both a valid Canadian passport and B1 or B2 visa status may use the Mobile Passport App. You must have an Apple iPhone or other iOS device that can connect to the internet. A Google Android version of the app will be available in the fall of 2014.
The Mobile Passport App is highly secure, using best practices for privacy along with state-of-the-art technology to protect your data.
The data that you submit is transmitted securely to CBP for review, just as it would be if you were using an Automated Passport Control kiosk. The app itself gives you the convenient option of storing your passport information on your smartphone (as a Profile) or deleting it after your trip.
Once the traveler downloads the app from the app store, the Mobile Passport App asks travelers to set up a profile with their passport data. If family members are traveling together, additional profiles can be set up. When a traveler is preparing to enter the U.S., the traveler completes the “New Trip” section of the app: selecting arrival airport and airline, taking a “selfie” photo, and answering standard CBP customs declaration questions. Upon arrival, the traveler uses the app to submit this information along with the profile data to CBP. After reviewing the submission, CBP may send a digital, secure bar-coded receipt to the traveler’s smartphone via the app. This receipt will expire in four (4) hours. The traveler then proceeds through the arrivals area, following the Mobile Passport Control signs until prompted by CBP to place their digital bar-coded receipt on the barcode scanner and presenting their passport to a CBP officer. Unless further inspection is necessary, the passenger then exits the arrivals area.
No. You must present your valid, US or Canadian passport to the CBP officer upon arrival.
The Apple iPhone (i.e., iOS) version of the Mobile Passport App will be available to the traveling public in mid-summer, 2014. The Google Android version will be available in fall, 2014.
The app will be available for download in Apple’s iTunes App Store in mid-summer and in Google’s Play App Store in the fall. Learn more about the Mobile Passport App here: www.mobilepassport.us
Airports Council International-North America worked closely with U.S. Customs and Border Protection to design and implement a secure, fast, and traveler-friendly process for Mobile Passport Control. The Mobile Passport App was sponsored by ACI-NA and developed by Airside Mobile, Inc., a proven innovator in applying mobile technology to airport processes. (www.airsidemobile.com)

Contact us

  • Contact us if you have questions, feature request or to share your experience with our App! Looking forward to hear from you!
  • flightcrew@airsidemobile.com

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