Column: Immigration bill designed to boost travel to U.S.

08/12/2013 | Travel Weekly

The Senate approved immigration reform legislation that includes provisions designed to boost travel by international visitors to the U.S., writes columnist Roger Dow. "The bill includes major provisions to improve the security and efficiency of the U.S. visitor entry and air travel experience, such as increased staffing at customs and border checkpoints and requirements to speed visitor processing times," he writes.

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