INSPASS


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INSPASSImmigration and Naturalization Service Passenger Accelerated Service System (US Immigration and Naturalization Service)
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59) Citizens of the United States, Canada, Bermuda, and participants in the Visa Waiver Program who travel to the United States on business three or more times a year, or are diplomats, representatives of international organizations, or airline crew members from VWP countries are eligible to enroll in INSPASS.
Department of Justice evaluated the initial INSPASS system, which cost about $3 million.
INSPASS applicants must enter the United States on certain nonimmigrant visas (49) or under the Visa Waiver Program.
The Smart Border Accord negotiated between Canada and the United States contains useful elements: hightech identity cards for permanent residents, using biometric identifiers, and preclearance programs for frequent travelers--known as INSPASS at airports and CANPASS, dedicated commuter lanes--at land borders.
After their application is accepted, a three-dimensional image of the hand's size and shape is recorded onto the INSPASS card.
Bean, the San Francisco International Airport, Hidden Valley Dairy Ranch, the University of Georgia and the Immigration and Naturalization's INSPASS program for frequent international travelers.