Mobile Passport Control

Mobile Passport Control

By US Customs and Border Protection

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  • Category Travel
  • Release Date 2021-05-11
  • Current Version 2.7.0
  • File Size 61.00 MB
  • Links Google Play

Description

Mobile Passport Control (MPC) is an official application created by U.S. Customs and Border Protection that streamlines your CBP processing experience at select U.S. entry locations. Simply fill out your traveler profile, answer CBP inspection-related questions, and proceed straight to the “Mobile Passport Control” lane at the airport or seaport. MPC is a voluntary program which can be used by U.S. Citizens, Canadian Citizen Visitors, Lawful Permanent Residents, and Visa Waiver Program Visitors at any of the supported airport and seaport locations found on our website: https://www.cbp.gov/travel/us-citizens/mobile-passport-control MPC provides a more efficient, secure in-person inspection process for the CBP Officer and the traveler, and shortens overall entry wait times. MPC can be used in 6 simple steps: 1. Create a traveler profile using biographic information from your passport; You can create a profile for all eligible members in a family group. Your profiles will be securely stored on your device completely free to be used for future travel. 2. Select your method of travel, select your port of entry and terminal (if applicable), answer CBP inspection-related questions, certify the truthfulness and accuracy of your answers, and, upon arriving at your selected port of entry, tap the “Submit Now” button. 3. Capture a clear and unobstructed photo of each traveler (including yourself) that you added to your submission. 4. Once your submission is processed, CBP will send a virtual receipt back to your device. 5. Proceed to the MPC designated lane upon arrival and be prepared to present your passport and other relevant travel documents. Please note: MPC does not replace your passport; your passport will need to be presented to the CBP Officer. 6. The CBP Officer will complete the inspection. If further information is required, the CBP Officer will let you know.

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