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US looking into preclearance at European airports

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The Guardian newspaper (UK) is reporting that the US has approached five European countries about the possibility of installing CBP preclearance facilities. It would be like the system that already exists in Ireland and Canada where fliers to the US pass through US passport control before boarding their flights. That would give them essentially domestic arrivals when they get to America.

The five countries are the UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, and Sweden. The Guardian reports that, so far, the UK is the only one to express interest in the idea.

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/sep/11/uk-us-security-checks-passengers

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