Homeland Security: Travellers must provide fingerprints and photo
DHS reminds international travellers about security measures
Published 13 May 2010 in News
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security reminded international travellers that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) plement new US-VISIT procedures that require additional non U.S. citizens to provide digital fingerprints and a photograph upon entry to the United States.
The Final Rule is available for viewing at Homeland Security website.
CBP will continue to closely monitor processing times, commonly referred to as wait times, at all ports of entry. CBP will review staffing levels to ensure the best possible alignment of resources in order to protect the nation while facilitating legitimate trade and travel. The safety and security of our nation is the agency’s highest priority.
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