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US: Biometrics visitor exit tracking

Long-planned visa exit system inches forward (FCW)

The Department of Homeland Security will soon put the finishing touches on a plan for a biometric identification system intended to help track visa overstays.

Jim Crumpacker, director of DHS’ Departmental GAO-IG Liaison Office, told the Government Accountability Office that Customs and Border Protection’s Office of Field Operations and DHS’ Science and Technology Directorate will come up with goals aimed at creating and implementing a biometric air exit identification system for use at U.S. airports by Jan. 31, 2014.

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