U.S. changes requirements for incoming foreigners

10/17/2008 | Australian (tiered subscription model), The

The Department of Homeland Security says travelers from Australia, New Zealand, Western Europe, Japan and other countries will have to go online to request authorization to enter the U.S. starting in January. Travelers from the nations in the Visa Waiver Program currently fill out the paperwork on their way to America or opt to apply online. "Over 200,000 travelers have sought electronic travel authorization in the weeks since the site went live, and 99.6% of them have been approved -- the vast majority in under one minute," said Stewart Baker, assistant secretary for policy at DHS.

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