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How Business Travelers Got Caught Up In Immigration Politics, What Could Be Next And Why GBTA Took A Position Some Didn’t Expect

Lawsuits filed Monday by the New York State Attorney General and New York Civil Liberties Union accused the federal government of multiple violations of the…

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GBTA Supports But U.S. Travel And ASTA Oppose Trump Administration Move To Exclude New York Residents From Trusted Traveler Programs

The Global Business Travel Association expressed support for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s decision to suspend enrollments and renewals in Global Entry and related…

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Op Ed: Eben Peck On How The FAA Bill Impacts Business Travel

Reauthorizing the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is never easy. Many times in the past, Congress punted and settled for an extension. This year, a new…

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Trump Policies Apparently Impacting Nexus, Global Entry Eligibility

Attorneys are observing an uptick in canceled Global Entry memberships, and they suspect it is related to President Donald Trump’s policies on immigration and border…

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Using PreCheck And Global Entry May Be A No-Brainer, Deciding Who Pays Isn’t

Travel managers looking to find a common practice among their peers on whether to reimburse for expedited airport processing are out of luck. Like many things, it’s a…

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