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AILA Doc. No. 20111832 | Dated November 19, 2020 | File Size: 455 KDownload the Document
CBP notice of proposed rulemaking which would allow DHS to begin a comprehensive biometric entry-exit system by permitting collection of biometrics from non-citizens departing from airports, land ports, seaports, or any other authorized point of departure. The proposed rule would also provide for the use of facial recognition technology by providing that all non-citizens may be required to be photographed upon entry and/or departure. Comments are due 12/21/20. (85 FR 74162, 11/19/20)
DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
8 CFR Parts 215 and 235
[Docket No. USCBP–2020–0062]
Collection of Biometric Data From Aliens Upon Entry to and Departure From the United States
AGENCY: U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security.
ACTION: Notice of proposed rulemaking.
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