All arriving passengers must go through some procedures that involve passport control and pick-up baggage, customs and border protection checking, and clearance.
At Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, passengers of all flights, domestic or international, on their arrival in the United States must be checked by TSA security. Security procedures include the screening of the passengers under a body scanner machine, checking the carry-on baggage, and all the other belongings. Each object should be placed in a separate bin for X-ray screening. Passengers should place electronic devices more substantial than a cell phone, metal-made items, liquids, and similar items.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
Passengers at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport have some additional checking procedures.
Border Protection service, shortly CBP, takes the responsibility to check all newly arrival passengers and ensure the safety of them. CBP Security agents monitor the valid identification documents, I.D., etc. In addition to this procedure, they usually ask some further questions regarding the reason for passengers' arrival in the United States, the place of their stay, address, duration of the rest, etc. Travelers who plan to visit the United States must ensure that Visa is not enough to be accepted to enter the States.
After checking processes, passengers should claim their baggage and go ahead to meeting points or in the exit area.