TSA Global Entry Appeal Lawyers
According to the TSA, approximately 3-5% of the roughly 30,000 applicants that apply for Global Entry status every month will be denied. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) in most cases will issue a written reason for the denial, but this is not always the case. In some cases, the applicant will have to pursue various avenues in an attempt to find out the reason for the denial. The most common reasons applicants will be denied, however, will be due to past arrests or convictions for criminal offenses or for administrative customs violations. In short, even minor criminal convictions or customs violations, regardless of their age, could result in a preliminary denial of Global Entry membership.
If your Global Entry application has been rejected, you should promptly consult with an experienced Global Entry appeal lawyer. If necessary, the Global Entry appeal lawyers at Katherine O’Brien Law will investigate why your application was rejected. We will then request paperwork relating to the underlying offense and gather personal and professional paperwork relating to your character and the reasons why you would like Global Entry membership.
We will then submit an appeal on your behalf discussing the reasons for the denial, demonstrating your rehabilitation, explaining your need for Global Entry, and providing evidence demonstrating that you are not a security risk to the security of the United States. If you are interested in appealing your Global Entry denial or revocation, contact the Global Entry attorneys at Katherine O’Brien Law today at 856-832-2482.