Immigration law & policy in the U.S. U.S. federal agency documents, decisions, and appeals.
At head of title: Union calendar no. 495. "January 2, 2003"--Transmittal letter. "July 2002"--Cover.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 126-129).
Formatted Contents Note
1. The borders and ports of entry. The northern border The southern border The growth in cross-border trade The coasts and non-land ports of entry 2. Threats at our borders and ports of entry. Smuggling of contraband Illegal immigration and the entry of criminals 3. Federal law enforcement at the borders and ports of entry. The U.S. Customs Service The Immigration and Naturalization Service The U.S. Coast Guard Cross-boarder cooperation on law enforcement issues 4. New proposals for border and port of entry law enforcement. Combining border law enforcement agencies Increasing the number of customs inspectors, INS inspectors, border patrol agents and coast guard personnel Upgrading and integrating border law enforcement Shifting cargo inspections away from the ports of entry to the ports of origin Expanding "fastpass" systems for those who frequently cross the borders.
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