Privacy Policy

The Home Office and Border Force comply with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018.

The information you gave in the Register to Apply for US Global Entry service will be held and processed by the Home Office, 2 Marsham Street, London SW1P 4DF. The Home Office is the controller of this information, even if third parties process it for us.

We have a data protection officer who makes sure your information is used, shared and saved correctly. You can email them at if you have any questions.

Using your information

The Home Office collects, processes and shares personal information so we can carry out our legal duties, including immigration control at, or before, the border. We’ll only process your information so we can carry out our legal duties.

The information you provided in this application will be used to:

  • make a decision on your application
  • help prevent and detect crime
  • help improve the service and train Home Office staff
  • tell you about changes to this service - you do not need to give your consent to receive emails from us

Sharing your information

The Home Office may share the information you provided with other organisations, for example:

  • fraud prevention agencies
  • UK, US or other overseas government departments or law enforcement agencies
  • people who can verify information in your application

The information you provide may be shared with other people to:

  • help process your application
  • check the information you provide is correct
  • help prevent and detect crime, for example fraud or money laundering

You can read more about how the Home Office may use your personal information (opens in new tab), including what we use it for, lawful reasons for using it and who we may share it with.

You can read more about how information held by fraud prevention agencies may be used (opens in new tab).

Storing your information

We’ll only keep the information you gave us for as long as is needed to provide this service or to fulfil our functions and our records management policy. You can read more about how long Border Force might keep your information (opens in new tab).

Your rights over your information

You have rights over your information. This means you: