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Domestic Arrivals:

When arriving on a domestic flight or from Canada or the Bahamas, you will need to walk down your concourse to the main terminal. You will be on 2nd level and must take the elevator or escalator to 1st level to baggage claim. Ground transportation  is immediately available outside the terminal on 1st level.Ticket counters and departures gates are on upper 2nd level. Use Skyride on the 3rd level to connect between terminals, parking garages and MIA Mover Station.

International Arrivals and Federal Inspections 

Except for passengers arriving from Canada or the Bahamas, international arriving passengers will proceed to U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s passport control.   After clearing passport control, passengers will proceed to collect baggage and clear U.S. Customs. The Interline Lobby is directly outside U.S. Customs, where passengers may re-check baggage if having a connecting flight.

 There are two U.S. Immigrations and Customs areas:

- Exit at level 3
- Exit at level 1

International Arrivals at Customs “D” -

After exiting U.S. Customs, you will be on 1st level of the North Terminal D. Here passengers will find ground transportation. To connect to other airlines, take the elevator to 2nd level. View  U.S. Customs areas.  Use Skyride on the 3rd level to connect between terminals, parking garages and MIA Mover Station to Rental Car Center, Rail and Bus services.

International Arrivals at Customs “J” -   
After exiting U.S. Customs, passengers will be on 3rd level of the South Terminal J. To find  ground transportation, take the elevator to 1st level. To find other airlines take the elevator to 2nd level. Parking garages can be accessed thru the second Level of the terminal. View  U.S. Customs areas. Use Skyride on the 3rd level to connect between terminals, parking garages and MIA Mover Station to Rental Car Center, Rail and Bus services.

Completing Federal Inspection Forms
If you have questions about completing your Federal Inspection Forms, assistance in several languages is available.

Information about Flight Connections 

Global Entry Program

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Global Entry Program

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Miami International Airport (MIA) now offers Global Entry - a new program managed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) which allows pre-approved, low-risk travelers expedited clearance upon arrival into the United States.

Participants will enter the United States by utilizing automated kiosks located in the Passport Control area. The average time for Global Entry processing is 40 seconds. The program targets those who leave the country at least four times per year, mainly airline personnel and business travelers. Those participating in the program benefit from being better equipped to make tight connecting flights. For step-by-step instructions on how to use the kiosks in each Global Entry airport, click here.


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This program is available to U.S. citizens and legal, permanent residents and there is a $100 fee for a five-year registration. Apply online, or visit www.globalentry.gov for more information.

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TSA Pre✓™ is an expedited screening initiative that is expanding to airports across the country. Implementing a key component of the agency’s intelligence-driven, risk-based approach to security, TSA Pre✓™ enhances aviation security by placing more focus on pre-screening individuals who volunteer to participate to expedite the travel experience.

TSA is partnering with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) as well as U.S. air carriers as part of this initiative. Certain frequent flyers from Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, US Airways and certain members of CBP's Trusted Traveler programs, including Global Entry, SENTRI, and NEXUS who are U.S. citizens are eligible to participate.

TSA Pre✓™ is currently available for eligible passengers flying on participating airlines at these 16 airports.

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TSA plans to continue expanding the TSA Pre✓™ concept to include additional airlines, as well as airports that participate in CBP’s Global Entry program, once operationally ready. Read more.

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