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  • CBP Liaison Committee Provides Update on the Addition of US Arrival to US-VISIT (12/13/2004)
    AILA's CBP Liaison Committee provides this update on the addition of US Arrival to the US-VISIT program.
    AILA Doc. No. 04121368.
  • US-VISIT Entry Procedures Implemented at San Ysidro and Otay Mesa Land Ports of Entry(89 KB - 12/13/2004)
    US-VISIT began, on December 9, biometric entry procedures at land ports of entry at San Ysidro and Otay Mesa, CA. DHS plans to implement US-VISIT at six other land ports this week. Visitors entering through these ports who require a Form I-94 or I-94W will be processed through US-VISIT at the secondary inspection area. AILA Doc. No. 04121370.
    AILA Doc. No. 04121370.
  • Update on ADIT (I-551) Stamps (10/18/2004)
    CBP confirms that it will continue with its existing policy of honoring ADIT (I-551) stamps for reentry. Further, on-going discussions within USCIS regarding issuance of ADIT (I-551) stamps continue; additional information is anticipated in the next couple of days.
    AILA Doc. No. 04101868.
  • Land Ports of Entry to Start Testing US-VISIT in Mid-November(464 KB - 10/15/2004)
    DHS will begin testing US-VISIT entry procedures in secondary inspection areas in mid-November in anticipation of the 12/31/04 implementation of US-VISIT at the 50 busiest land ports. Initial testing will begin in Douglas, Arizona; Port Huron, Michigan; and Laredo, Texas.
    AILA Doc. No. 04101562.
  • DHS to Expand Length of Stay under BCC (8/10/2004)
    DHS Undersecretary Hutchinson announced on 8/10/04 that DHS will allow holders of border crossing cards and laser visas to remain in the U.S., in the border vicinity, for up to 30 days, rather than the 72 hours currently allowed.
    AILA Doc. No. 04081063.
  • DHS to Initiate Expedited Removal Beyond Ports of Entry (8/10/2004)
    DHS Undersecretary Hutchinson announced on 8/10/04 that the use of expedited removal, the process by which individuals are removed from the U.S. without hearing, will be expanded to points within 100 miles along the northern and southern borders. The program is not intended for Mexicans or Canadians, but such nationals could be subjected to it.
    AILA Doc. No. 04081061.
  • Contact Information for CBP Pre-Clearance Officials at HQ (3/25/2004)
    CBP has provided AILA's CBP Liaison Committee with contact information for the headquarters management team overseeing pre-clearance (formerly known as pre-flight inspection) operations.
    AILA Doc. No. 04032514.
  • AILA Practice Advisory on the US-VISIT Program (1/8/2004)
    The Border Security Issues Committee has prepared a Practice Advisory on the implementation of the first phase of US VISIT that took place on 1/5/04.
    AILA Doc. No. 04010841.
  • Ports Equipped with US VISIT Entry Capability as of January 5, 2004 (1/7/2004)
    A list of airports and seaports where US VISIT, DHS' s new entry-exit system, is operational.
    AILA Doc. No. 04010710.
  • CBP Liaison Minutes (11/13/03) (12/31/2003)
    Discussions with DHS' Customs and Border Protection office included such topics as US VISIT, NSEERS, frequent travelers, training, paroles, erroneous I-94s, NAFTA, and corrections of databases.
    AILA Doc. No. 03123110.
  • List of Port of Entry Contacts for Northern Border(78 KB - 8/22/2003)
    Directory of contact and NAFTA filing information for ports of entry from Canada. Courtesy of AILA's Canadian Chapter. (AILA Doc. No. 03082241)
    AILA Doc. No. 03082241.
  • Expedited Removal Checklist(166 KB - 6/13/2003)
    Checklist used at some ports of entry when placing an applicant for admission in expedited removal. (AILA Doc. 03061340)
    AILA Doc. No. 03061340.
  • Border POE Information (12/1/1999)
    Contact information with respect to 19 ports of entry from Canada and Mexico has been provided to AILA.
    AILA Doc. No. 99120174.
 
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