Now Get a Faster Entry to US from Miami with All-New SITA App

Mobile passport control and access are finally possible and the first airport to allow that is Miami. Through all new Sita app, Miami International Airport (MIA) is allowing faster entry to the US, with a great experience. Now apply for US passport from Miami with the use of the MIA official Airport App, submit details to the US Customs and Border Protection, and receive a simple barcode on the phone to steer clear the issues in line. This is one of the most convenient services, developed by Sita (Global Air Transport It Provider). The product is certified by US CBP for Mobile Passport Control to ease of US passport application and speeds up the entry process. Continue reading

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