U.S. VISIT Program Could Have Major Downstream Implications

Hessman, James D.
July 2003
Sea Power;Jul2003, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p9
Focuses on the Department of Homeland Security Office's United States Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology (U.S. VISIT), a program that aims to improve the flow of travelers entering or exiting the U.S. Operation of U.S. VISIT at international air and sea ports; Creation of identification system; Protection of the privacy rights of visitors.


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