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Everyday Travel Made Easy

Enjoy smoother security for five years with TSA PreCheck®—now available through CLEAR, no appointment necessary.

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Pre-enroll or renew today in minutes.

Finish at the Airport

A CLEAR Ambassador will help you complete your TSA PreCheck® application at the airport near you1—no appointment needed.

1Currently available at a select number of airports.

Enjoy the Journey

If approved, keep your shoes, belts, and light jackets on—and laptops and 3-1-1 liquids stay in your bag—at 200+ airports nationwide.

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for 5 years

No need to remove shoes, belts, 3-1-1 liquids, laptops, or light jackets

Available with 90+ airlines at 200+ airports nationwide

Kids 17 and under join you free when booked on the same reservation and when indicated on the child's boarding pass

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for 5 years

when you renew online

Or $77.95 for 5 years when you complete your renewal in-person.

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Bundle with CLEAR Plus

For the fastest way to your gate at the best value.

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Get both services for one low price: Save 35% off your first year¹ of CLEAR Plus² when you bundle with TSA PreCheck®.

Get the bundle

1Offer only available to new CLEAR Plus Members. After the first year, CLEAR Plus Membership renews at $189 annually.
2This service is not associated with the TSA PreCheck® Application Program. CLEAR Plus is currently only available to U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents 18 and older with a valid government-issued photo I.D.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to make an appointment to enroll in TSA PreCheck® through CLEAR?

Nope! Save time by pre-enrolling online and complete your registration at the nearest participating CLEAR location. No appointment is necessary. Don’t forget to bring all required documentation. Our friendly ambassadors will be there to help you every step of the way.

What documents are required to enroll for TSA PreCheck®?

For TSA PreCheck®, you must provide an original or certified copy* of the following documentation to meet identity and citizenship requirements - see below:

List A - ONE document is acceptable from the following forms of identification:

  • Unexpired U.S. Passport (book or card) - demonstrates U.S. Citizenship
  • Unexpired Enhanced Tribal Card (ETC) - demonstrates U.S. Citizenship
  • Unexpired Free and Secure Trade (FAST) Card - designates U.S. Citizenship if indicated on the FAST card
  • Unexpired U.S. Enhanced Driver's License (EDL) or Unexpired Enhanced Identification Card (EID) - designates U.S. Citizenship if indicated on the EDL or EIC
  • Permanent Resident Card (I-551) often referred to as a “Green Card” - demonstrates Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) status
  • Unexpired Foreign Passport AND immigrant visa with I-551 annotation of "Upon Endorsement Serves as Temporary I-551 Evidencing Permanent Residence of 1 Year" - demonstrates LPR status
  • Unexpired Re-entry Permit (I-327) - demonstrates LPR status

A passport cannot be used as a List A document if it is expired**. If it has expired within the past 12 months, it can be used, but only as a proof of citizenship (List B).

List B - At least two documents are required if you do not have a document from List A to present. The documents must include 1.) A valid photo ID, and 2.) A document that meets citizenship requirements (i.e., one document from each column below). Please note, the name on both required documents must match.

Valid Photo ID

  • Unexpired driver's license issued by a State or outlying possession of the U.S.
  • Unexpired temporary driver's license plus expired driver's license (constitutes one document)
  • Unexpired photo ID card issued by the Federal government or by a State or outlying possession of the U.S. This must include a federal agency, State or State agency seal or logo (such as a State university ID). Permits are not considered valid identity documents (such as gun permits).
  • Unexpired U.S. military ID card
  • Unexpired U.S. retired military ID card
  • Unexpired U.S. military dependent’s card
  • Native American tribal document with photo
  • Unexpired Department of Homeland Security (DHS)/ Transportation Security Administration (TSA)- Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)
  • Unexpired Merchant Mariner Credential (MMC)

Valid Proof of Citizenship

  • U.S. Birth Certificate***
  • U.S. Certificate of Citizenship (N-560 or N-561)
  • U.S. Certificate of Naturalization (N-550 or N-570)
  • U.S. Citizen Identification Card (I-179 or I-197)
  • Consular Report of Birth Abroad (FS-240)
  • Certification of Report of Birth Abroad (DS-1350 or FS-545)
  • Expired U.S. passport within 12 months of expiration**

*An original or certified copy of a document must be issued by a Federal, State, Tribal, county, municipal authority, or outlying possession bearing an official seal. Short form or abstract birth certificates and notarized copies of documents are not acceptable.

**A passport cannot be used as a List A document if it is expired. If it has expired within the past 12 months, it can be used, but only as a proof of citizenship (List B). Additionally, an expired U.S. passport may not be presented by itself. It must be presented with at least one other List B document.

***TSA will accept only the following birth records:

  • A long-form U.S. state/territory-issued certified/sealed Birth Certificate; or
  • A U.S. state/territory-issued certified/sealed Birth Abstract that meets the requirements of a Birth Certificate (Please note that Birth Registration/Certificate of Birth Registration records are not acceptable); or
  • A birth certification card that meets the requirements of a Birth Certificate or abstract (see below) (Birth Registration or Notification cards are not acceptable)

Document Requirements for Birth Certificates/Birth Certification Cards/Certified Abstracts of Birth

  • Issued by the city, county, or state of birth
  • Lists applicant's full name, date of birth, and place of birth
  • List parent(s) full names.
    • A full name consists of a first and last name; middle name is not required. "Unknown" entries for one or both parents on a valid birth certificate are acceptable, as long as the parent names fields are present. Additionally, a blank space or asterisks (****) in the space where a mother's and/or father's name would be listed will be deemed acceptable, since there is no standard input across agencies to indicate that one or both parents are unknown.
  • Has the signature of the city, county, or state official or registrar.
  • Has the date filed with registrar's office.
  • Has the seal of issuing authority (seals may appear, but are not required to be printed, as an embossed or raised overt security feature).

TSA will NOT accept Birth "Registration" or "Notification" Cards, or Birth Registration/Certificate of Birth Registration records. Cases in which the sole proof of U.S. birth/citizenship is a birth registration record are Invalid Enrollments.

Unacceptable U.S. Birth Documents

  • Document illegible due to wear/tear or damaged
  • Private hospital-issued document
  • Any birth document titled with the word "Registration" or "Notification"
  • Foreign Birth document that is not an acceptable State Department record of birth abroad
  • State-issued document stating applicant was born in a foreign country
  • Puerto Rican Birth Certificates issued before July 1, 2010
  • "No Record Certification of Birth" document
  • Notarized copies of documents and digital identity documents are not acceptable

I originally enrolled in TSA PreCheck® with another company. Can I renew with CLEAR?

Yes! Anyone with an existing TSA PreCheck® membership can renew through CLEAR. You may begin the renewal process as early as 6 months prior to expiration.

What is the difference between CLEAR Plus and TSA PreCheck®? Do I need both?

CLEAR Plus allows for a quick identity verification experience at the airport. Step right up to a CLEAR pod and verify you are you with your eyes or fingerprints.

TSA PreCheck® is a U.S. government program that identifies travelers deemed low-risk by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Once approved to participate in the program, it allows travelers to pass through expedited security screening at U.S. airports nationwide with no need to remove shoes, laptops, 3-1-1 liquids, belts or light jackets. This allows travelers to enjoy a more convenient and efficient experience at airport security.Many of our members find that these two services complement each other — providing the quickest, surest route through the airport.

Do any credit card companies offer discounts for TSA PreCheck®?

The following credit cards listed here, cover the TSA PreCheck® application fee as a member benefit. Check to see if your credit card participates.