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Anyone Tried US CBP's Mobile Passport Program at ATL?

[Dear Moderator, my intent is to inform people about this US CBP program. There is no fee involved, it's just cool and faster than going through regular customs.]

Hi Everyone,

Did anybody see the press release from US CBP about the Mobile Passport Control app that went live at ATL this week?

The concept is that US and Canadians can use the MPC program to skip the regular line and use the express lane. No interview, no fee. You still have to show your passport, but it's much faster.

I'd like to know if anyone has tried it yet and if so, how it went.

I'm apparently not allowed to post any links here, so just search on US CBP mobile app.

Thanks!

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