DHS wants to require airlines to collect exit information

10/19/2007 | Federal Computer Week

DHS wants airlines to collect biometric data on foreigners when they check in at the airport before they fly out of the U.S. DHS has been criticized by lawmakers who say the agency is moving too slowly on developing a process for the exit portion of US-VISIT. The agency is expected to issue details of the exit program in a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking by January 2008.

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