Global Entry is a U.S. program that allows pre-approved air passengers to cross the border and not have any additional procedures or queues when arriving in the United States.
In order to pass the Global Entry, passengers are asked to provide a machine-readable passport or permanent residence card at special kiosks, together with placing fingerprints on the scanner for verification. After finishing a customs declaration, travelers receive a transaction receipt from the booth and are free to leave the baggage claim area.
Security measures for arrivals are standard and very similar to the procedures at other airports. Every passenger has to pass through the specific control process, which is determined by the TSA.
Travelers are obligated to cooperate with TSA officers in order for the security procedures to pass smoothly.