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UK Registered Traveller program

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I received an email today from the US Customs and Border Protection telling me about this UK program since I have global entry.

"Membership in Registered Traveller include the following benefits:
· Access to ePassport gates at airports across the country
· Use of the UK / European Union queue at airports across the country
· A dedicated Registered Traveller lane at Gatwick Airport
· Not needing to complete a landing card on arrival to the UK
· No credibility interview with a Border Force officer."

Anyone heard of this/use it?

I don't go to the UK often enough to make it worth the 70 pound fee.

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