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Irish Government signs deal with US to expand US immigration pre-clearance in Irish airports

Irish Government signs deal with US to expand US immigration pre-clearance in Irish airports

Bonds Strengthen as Deal to Expand US Immigration Pre-Clearance at Dublin and Shannon Airports is Signed.

Irish and American governments met in Washington to sign amended US immigration pre-clearance deal.

In the midst of a time when political relations and free travel are under such scrutiny, the recent signing of an expanded US immigration pre-clearance deal is a pleasant development.

The signing of the deal, which plans to increase pre-clearance services, at Dublin and Shannon airports took place in the capital of the United States, just a few months ago.

Daniel Mulhall, Ireland’s Ambassador to the United States and Todd Owen, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Executive Assistant Commissioner put pen to paper and the amended agreement intends to streamline and expand the services.