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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Could Samsung Create a OnePlus One?

Could Samsung Create a OnePlus One?
The OnePlus One is one year old, and it's finally available to anyone who wants one. The OnePlus One is a cult smartphone that won our Reader's Choice award this year for having an amazing combination of price and performance. At $ 299, it held its own …
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Up to 4 Million Federal Employee Records Hacked
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) on Thursday warned of a breach that affected up to 4 million current and former federal employees. "Within the last year, OPM has undertaken an aggressive effort to update its cybersecurity posture, adding …
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CityMaps: Could This New App Be More Useful Than Google Maps?

CityMaps: Could This New App Be More Useful Than Google Maps?
Fresh off an investment of $ 6 million, the recently redesigned CityMaps app may soon replace Google Maps—at least when it comes to travel planning—with intuitive features that make it as easy to create personalized maps as it is to discover new shops …
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Editor's Letter: The Beauty of the Last-Minute Trip
Editor-in-chief Pilar Guzman on why spontaneous trips can lead to the greatest memories. It seems that any time my sister and I try to plan a trip together too far in advance, one of us always ends up having to cancel. Which is why, when a work trip to …
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Have faith in the melting-pot
Arnulfo Olazaran Valladares, a carpenter waiting to renew a passport at Antioch's consulate on wheels, has lived in Nashville since 1995. His eldest son is studying medicine in eastern Tennessee, thanks to a scholarship. Another son is an American …
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Airside Mobile Passport Control App Could Speed Up CBP Screening

Airside Mobile Passport Control App Could Speed Up CBP Screening
San Jose, Calif. — The Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) and Airside Mobile today debuted Mobile Passport Control (MPC), a new smartphone app developed in partnership with United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) that is …
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10 ways a government shutdown would affect your daily life
If the Democrats and Republicans don't stop bickering and agree to how the U.S. should pay its bills, the federal government will shut down, come October 1. And at a time when the economy's finally showing signs of life, that could be … If you don't …
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DNA could be vital for passport application

DNA could be vital for passport application
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London confirmed this week that Nim'an Bowden, who claims his father was former Dartmouth man Brian Bowden, had been advised on making a British passport application. The FCO added it could not speak about …
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Snowden tells rights groups he wants Russia asylum
Snowden has been holed up at the airport's transit zone since arriving on a flight from Hong Kong on June 23 before his US passport was revoked. Human Rights Watch representative Tanya Lokshina told reporters agency that Snowden said "he wants to stay …
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