Original Date AnnouncedFebruary 5, 2020
DHS suspends enrollment in Global Entry and other Trusted Traveler programs (TTPs) for residents of New York state in response to state's enactment of Driver's License Access & Privacy Act limiting NY DMV info-sharing with DHS.
[ID #835]DHS Suspends New York Access to Trusted Traveler Programs
Effective DateFebruary 5, 2020
Subsequent Trump-Era and Court Action(s)
February 7, 2020
NYT - New York to Sue Trump Administration Over Global Entry Freeze
NY AG announces plans to sue Trump Administration over policy preventing New York residents from accessing TTPs.View Document
February 27, 2020
NYCLU to Sue DHS for Illegal Suspension of Global Entry Program for New Yorkers
The New York Civil Liberties Union announced its intention to file a class-action lawsuit against DHS for its retaliatory suspension of enrollment and re-enrollment into the Global Entry program in New York.View Document
July 23, 2020
NYT - Homeland Security Dept. Admits Making False Statements in Fight With N.Y.
On July 23, 2020, DHS restored New York residents' access to TTPs and acknowledged in a court filing that the agency made false statements in support of the original ban.Go to article on nytimes.com
**Litigation is listed for informational purposes and is not comprehensive. For the current status of legal challenges, check other sources.**