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"U.S. Inquiry Traces Foreigners With Visas"
"Texas: Jordanian [overstayed visa] Sentenced in
Officers at Hidalgo/Reynosa International Bridge Intercept
Mexican Passport Stamped with Counterfeit U.S. Admissions
"Two Suspects Entered U.S. After Killing in Dubai"
"Meet Mikey, 8: U.S. Has Him on Watch List"
"[Senator] Grassley calls for more visa screeners"
Targeting travel is at least as powerful a weapon against
terrorists as targeting their money. The United States
should combine terrorist travel intelligence, operations,
and law enforcement in a strategy to intercept terrorists,
find terrorist travel facilitators, and constrain terrorist
Improved use of "no-fly" and "automatic selectee" lists
should not be delayed while the argument about a successor
to CAPPS continues. This screening function should be
performed by the TSA, and it should utilize the larger set
of watch-lists maintained by the federal government. Air
carriers should be required to supply the information needed
to test and implement this new system."
The Department of Homeland Security, properly supported by
the Congress, should complete, as quickly as possible, a
biometric entry-exit screening system, including a single
system for speeding qualified travelers. It should be
integrated with the system that provides benefits to
foreigners seeking to stay in the United States. Linking
biometric passports to good data systems and decision making
is a fundamental goal. No one can hide his or her debt by
acquiring a credit card with a slightly different name. Yet
today, a terrorist can defeat the link to electronic records
by tossing away an old passport and slightly altering the
name in the new one."
The U.S. government cannot meet its own obligations to the
American people to prevent the entry of terrorists without a
major effort to collaborate with other governments. We
should do more to exchange terrorist information with
trusted allies, and raise U.S. and global border security
standards for travel and border crossing over the medium and
long term through extensive international cooperation."
Secure identification should begin in the United States. The
federal government should set standards for the issuance of
birth certificates and sources of identification, such as
drivers licenses. Fraud in identification documents is no
longer just a problem of theft. At many entry points to
vulnerable facilities, including gates for boarding
aircraft, sources of identification are the last opportunity
to ensure that people are who they say they are and to check
whether they are terrorists."
“Terrorism: Automated Lookout Systems and Border Security Options and Issues”, CRS Report for Congress (RL31019), June 18, 2001
“BORDER SECURITY: Visa Process Should Be Strengthened as an Antiterrorism Tool”, GAO Report (GAO-03-132NI), October 2002
A smart-card is created and issued to the visitor prior to U.S. entry at a U.S. embassy or consulate.
Pertinent visa information, including biometrics are embedded in the smart-card.
Cryptographic technology is used with the smart-card to maintain privacy, as well as to reduce fraud and other misuse.
The smart-card is used as the visitor’s official identification document (ID) whilst in the country, as well as to enter and leave the country.
The solution integrates with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) systems to validate periodically a long-term visitor’s (e.g. a student, or H1B visa holder, etc.) authorized stay within the country’s borders.
At specified intervals the long-term visitor registers with eVisa ATM kiosks. eVisa ATMs are placed at various secure locations within the country.
The eVisa ATM kiosks are securely integrated with the ICE database.
Other possible uses include a Fast-Track system for frequent international travelers and business travelers.
This technology provides a solution, using available
technology to answer many of the challenges facing
Homeland Security today - abroad and at home.
The ceBerg solution prevents undesirables from entering the
USA even before they board a US-bound flight.
ceBerg's solution answers the US Congress' challenge :
and answers many of the 9/11 Commission Report's recommendations including:
"Italy: 17 Algerians arrested in terrorism probe"
"Websites sell fake Aussie
passports [Australia, US Visa Waiver Program]"
"Stolen hospital records sold to identity thieves"
Qaeda Says Behind Yemen Attack: Yemeni Official'"
Strike Upscale Area of Yemen City'"
charges Jamaican with bomb parts in luggage"
Military] Commander Warns of al-Qaida Threat to US"
"US to evacuate [embassy] staff from Serbia"
Chief Cites Qaeda Threat to U.S."
are the [100 missing foreign] workers?"
says threat against airlines remains high"
Bomb Blast that Struck US Embassy Vehicle in Lebanon Kills 4"
Diplomat, Sudanese Man Shot, Killed in Khartoum"
"Passport Checks Disappear on
East European Borders"
"Immigration official guilty in alien fraud"
"Students Warned of Problems
in US Visa Renewal During Winter Break"
"A Call for Tougher Laws
Against Fake ID Makers"
"'Unwelcoming' US sees sharp fall in
visitors [17%, $94 billion] since 9/11"
"US immigration 'worst in the
"White House: Al Qaeda trying to boost efforts in US"
"Personal data collection protects privacy, says U.S.
Homeland security chief"
"Terror suspect mistakenly let go in N.J."
"9/11 video 'martyr' lived in S. Fla., was a Marlins
"U.S. airports warned of
possible attack 'dry runs'"
"Officials Raid Illegal-Document
"Keeping out more than terrorists"
"Report Finds U.S. Failing on
Overstays of Visas"
U.S. Calls Release of JetBlue Data Improper”
Criminal Aliens At Large A ‘Crisis’”
U.S. Wants to Place Its Own Inspectors at Airports Abroad”
Told Visa Demand Will Surge as Nations Miss Security
U.S. Embassy Official Took Bribes for Saudi Visas”
“ 9/11 Hijackers Used Doctored’ Passports”
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