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New Developments Bring Biometric Entry-Exit System Closer to Reality

Hunter Hallman / Blog May 3, 2017

DHS’s plan to roll out further testing of biometric exit data and commitment to better tracking of overstays are vital steps toward results desperately needed at our ports of entry.

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Immigration Policy More Complicated than Campaign Slogans

Immigration / News September 3, 2015

Theresa Cardinal Brown, director of immigration policy at BPC, joined Tim Farley on Sirius Radio to discuss immigration’s role in the 2016 presidential campaign.

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Tracking People Tougher Than Tracking Packages

Immigration / Press Release August 31, 2015

Tracking the arrival and departure of all foreign nationals entering the U.S. presents steep challenges, says Theresa Cardinal Brown, director of immigration policy at BPC.

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Entry-Exit System: Progress, Challenges, and Outlook

Immigration / Research May 6, 2014

The state of America’s entry-exit capability is a core issue in the ongoing immigration debate. This analysis shows that exit records, and particularly biometric exit records, offer mixed value for enforcement objectives.

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Entry-Exit Visa Tracking

Matt Graham / Research July 26, 2013

Pew Research Center estimated that in 2006, 40 to 50 percent of unauthorized immigrants currently residing in the U.S. had entered the country legally but overstayed their visa.

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