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Malaysia, Bangladesh to Fingerprint 500,000 workers

The government of Malaysia and Bangladesh are working together to fingerprint the estimated 500,000 Bangladeshis working in Malaysia.  This is part of a wider initiative to fingerprint the two million illegal immigrants in Malaysia.  Most of these illegal immigrants come […]

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Should Newborn Children be Fingerprinted?

Carlina White was abducted from the hospital where she was born when she was less than three weeks old. She was raised by her kidnapper under a different identity, and as she got older she became suspicious that the kidnapper […]

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South Korea Requests Fingerprints From Long-Term Foreign Residents

To strengthen immigration control, South Korea will start fingerprinting long-term residents in the country.  For foreigners entering the countries, anyone aged 17 or older and who are staying for 91 consecutive days or longer must provide all 10 of their […]

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What to Expect from the Global Entry Personal Interview

As more people enroll in the Global Entry program for easier international travel, many wonder what the personal interview process is like. You schedule your personal interview after filling out the Global Entry application online and answering a series of […]

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Mississippi Childcare Assistance Program to Require Fingerprinting

As part of the new eChildcare System, childcare providers in Mississippi are being required to get fingerprints of parents and/or their household designees. Parents will also have to provide two valid forms of identification and their social security number. Low-income parents […]

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