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New FAST Cards Required By Dec. 1

WASHINGTON, D.C. - First generation FAST cards will no longer be accepted at the border as of Dec. 1, US Customs and Border Protection is warning.


WASHINGTON, D.C. –First generation FAST cards will no longer be accepted at the border as of Dec. 1, US Customs and Border Protection is warning.

The agency has been issuing new FAST cards since March 16, 2009. The new cards have enhanced security features that allow Canadian cross-border drivers to comply with Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative document requirements.

Members must activate their new FAST card within 30 days of receiving it by visiting https://

goes-app.cbp.dhs.gov. Old cards should be destroyed.

If you haven’t yet received your new FAST card, contact the Global Online Enrollment System (link above) or call 866-530-4172.


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