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Travel Outside The United States: Preparations To Make


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Preparations for travel outside the country include the following subjects (click on the link to learn about each subject)::


  • To avoid lengthy delays at customs on your return to the United States: Preapproved travelers can pass through U.S. Customs by swiping their passports at a kiosk, posing for a photo, scanning their fingerprints and answering some basic questions on a touch screen. To learn more about the Global Entry Program, including application, cost and participating airports, see: offsite link
  • Sign up with the U.S. government in case there is an emergency abroad while you are there so you'll learn about it without delay. You can signup at offsite link
  • There are several apps to help adjust faster to jet lag. They analyze your trip's time zones and offer ways to alter your sleep cycle. See: Entrain, JetLag rooster and JetLag Genie.

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