Sneaky snowbirds could have financial wings clipped by new security program

Sneaky snowbirds could have financial wings clipped by new security program
National. Passengers use the Automated Passport Control (APC) kiosks at Pearson airport on Dec. 4, 2013. GREATER … Snowbirds beware: The federal government will use its planned border exit-tracking system to avoid paying hundreds of millions of …
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Studying Abroad: A Passport to International Education
Launched by the U.S. government, these are aimed at international students from particular geographic locations (i.e. Latin America, the Middle East, and North Africa) on the basis of an agreement between the American government and the government of a …
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Voices: A middle ground in the immigration debate
But the 47-year-old said the fact that her only form of identification is her Uruguayan passport has made her life difficult in so many ways. She can't use a public library. She can't get past the security desk … USA TODAY. Voices: Empty words about …
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