US-VISIT Expanded


If you’re a green card holder, you will want to read this.

The Department of Homeland Security has approved new regulations expanding the scope of the US-VISIT program. Effective January 18, 2009, all permanent residents entering or exiting from an air or seaport in the U.S. will now be subject to providing 10 fingerprint scans, photographs and other biometric identifiers.

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