The Global Registration Center at LAX, designed to ease passengers for travelers after an international flight, has closed their offices indefinitely to free Customs and Border Protection workers to work with " the humanitarian and security crisis on our southwestern border, "says an agency representative. 19659008] Customs and Border Protection officials said they closed the LAX operation on June 23, but the closure has apparently surprised many travelers since then. Stephanie Smith in West Hollywood said she received an email confirmation confirmation July 1, then came to the July 19 agreement and found the doors locked.
"I would like to have my $ 100 back and / or an agreement to get my Global Entry application approved and terminated," she said in an email to The Times.
Stephanie Malin, Customs and Border Protection Spokesman, said in an email that travelers "should have been notified if an appointment was canceled." Malin said she checked the LAX situation.
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