U.S to Fingerprint Visitors Entering From Canada
U.S. border agents are going high-tech at the Canadian border. By the end of December, visitors from Canada will face fingerprinting. Also in use will be "motion-detecting sensors and land- and air-based surveillance of deserted stretches."
This is not a first.
Fingerprinting has already started at Mexican border crossings in Arizona, Texas and California. All land border crossings will be included in the program by the end of 2005.
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