CBP One 2.27 APK is a mobile application that provides access to a variety of CBP services. The app directs each type of user to the appropriate services based on a series of guided questions.
CBP One will provide increased accessibility and transparency to some of CBP's most commonly used services as part of its comprehensive effort to improve the security of our nation's borders.
Currently, CBP One is available for land travelers to submit their traveler information in advance prior to their border crossing into the United States, air travelers to request an inspection of biological and agriculture products upon their air arrival into the U.S., brokers/carriers/forwarders to make appointments for the inspection of perishable cargo, travelers to apply for and view their I-94s and permission-based use for International Organizations (IOs) to verify the status of individuals in CBP Programs. We will be launching additional services in the coming year. Eventually, CBP One will be available to aircraft operators, bus operators, seaplane pilots, commercial truck drivers, and commercial vessel operators.
About CBP One 2.27 APK
CBP One has started rolling out its features, including an inspection appointment request feature for brokers/carriers/forwarders and I-94 entry for travelers. For perishable cargo entering the United States, brokers/carriers/forwarders can request an inspection appointment. The CBP agriculture specialist oversees the scheduling of inspection times and communicates with the requestor via an interactive chat feature if additional information is needed. At the time of their air arrival into the U.S., travelers can request an inspection of agriculture and biological products using the Inspection Appointment Request Feature. The latest traveler feature allows users to submit their traveler information in advance of crossing the border.
Travelers can apply for a provisional I-94 before arriving at a land border crossing by using the I-94 Entry feature. If travelers apply for their I-94 ahead of time, they will be able to expedite their entry into the country. Additionally, travelers can access their current I-94 submission quickly to view critical information, such as how long they can stay in the U.S., and use it for proof of visitor status.
The International Organizations feature is available only to organizations that have been authorized by the State Department as authorized users of CBP One to verify the status of individuals in the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP). Under MPP, certain foreigners entering or seeking admission to the United States from Mexico without proper documentation are returned to Mexico to await their immigration proceedings outside the United States. In January 2021, the United States suspended new enrollments in MPP. The process of processing MPP enrollees who have ongoing cases began at ports of entry in February 2021. As part of ensuring safety and operational success, certain international organizations have partnered with the United States Government to verify MPP enrollment via CBP One prior to arrival at the U.S. Port of Entry.
The CBP ROAM application allows you to report your arrival for small pleasure boats. Reporting arrivals for pleasure boats will be moved to CBP One in early 2022, and the CBP ROAM application will no longer be available.
Platform packed with features
CBP One provides a user-friendly interface and access to several CBP services. Once you have answered questions about the services you seek, you can review your completed applications. Furthermore, this app enables you to contact U.S. Customs and Border Protection customer service representatives who can answer questions about a specific application or service.
A pin code feature is also included in the app's security settings, which ensures your personal information is well-protected. Using this customizable system, travelers can create electronic receipts that can be used as proof of entry or exit by U.S. or Mexican border officers at any point along the international boundary line.
Additionally, the platform guides customers through every step of the application or service-processing process. Taking a selfie within the app is the first step. The app's expanded photo feature, which enlarges and enhances images, rejects photos of people with darker skin tones. In the event that selfies are repeatedly rejected, applicants may delay submitting the necessary information.
It's easier than ever
The CBP One system simplifies the process of traveling, shipping, and trading. In an emergency, you can access important contact information and critical trip information more safely. Additionally, travelers can view their shipments in real time and speed up their deliveries through the app. The app's photo function, however, has proven problematic for some applicants, who have complained about the inability to use it.