TAMUNING, Guam — The A.B. Won Pat International Airport, Guam, held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Oct. 5 for eight Automated Passport Control units which are now in use in the U.S. Customs and Border Protection immigration hall. The more than $600,000 investment allows expedited entry for U.S., Canadian and eligible Visa Waiver Program international travelers by providing an automated process through CBP’s primary inspection area, which allows four times more travelers to be processed per border officer, according to a Oct. 5 release from the airport. First-time users of the Electronic System for Travel . . .
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