The Intelligence Bill passed in December contains several provisions that affect travel and meetings: A section directing the Secretary of State to implement a registered-travelers program. Intended to prevent terrorists from crossing U.S. borders, this could also help previously screened travelers to enter the United States. A directive to the Director of Homeland Security and the Secretary of State to increase from five to 25 the number of pre-inspection stations in airports abroad. These ...

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