RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil and the United States have taken the first step towards Brazil's involvement in the Global Entry Program for Low-risk Travelers run by the US Customs and Border Protection Agency, announced yesterday, November 25th, the ministries of Economy and Foreign Affairs and the Civil Cabinet.
The program aims to allow simplified and automated immigration for pre-approved citizens.
According to the ministries, the two governments signed a joint agreement containing the program's general parameters and agreed to conduct a test for a small group of participants in the Senior Executives Forum (up to . . .