Control is now available for Americans and Canadians who are arriving into the
U.S. at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
program, passengers provide declarations information via the Mobile Passport
app on a smartphone or tablet, rather than on paper.
download the app from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. The app is
free to use and does not collect any new information from travelers, said the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
DFW is the seventh airport at which CBP offers Mobile Passport Control. The others
are Atlanta, Chicago O’Hare, Miami, San Francisco, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood
and Seattle. The program will be expanded to 20 airports by the end of
the year, the agency said.
download the Mobile Passport app, they must create a profile with their
passport information. Then on each trip they submit the relevant information to
receive an electronic receipt. They can then clear customs by taking their
passport and digital receipt to an agent.