US, Mexico to launch frequent flyer program to move through Immigration

November 30, 2010 § Leave a comment

The US and Mexico are planning a pilot program that would allow trustworthy frequent flyers easier passage through Immigration and Customs. Interior Secretary Francisco Blake says the program will allow passengers who meet security requirements and often fly to the U.S. to pass faster through immigrations line at airports. Blake and US Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano met in Mexico City on Tuesday and signed an agreement of intent to launch the program. Blake didn’t provide details on the security requirements or how it will be implemented. But he said the 84,000 Mexicans who belong to a program allowing them to drive through the border in special lanes will probably qualify for the new initiative. (AP)

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